M/F Contemporary Erotic Romance
Sydney Tyler is renting a barn conversion in Northern France, planning to spend the fortnight getting some words down on her novel. Unfortunately, construction work in the other half of the building puts an end to her peace and quiet. Genuinely upset that the builders are going to disturb her, the property’s handsome English owner, Harry Bay, offers to make it up to her. He’s a little flirtatious, and after spotting his wedding ring, Sydney keeps him at arm’s length. Sexy as he is, she has no intention of getting involved with a married man. But when Sydney learns the truth about Harry, will their mutual attraction spur them on to work through their emotional baggage and make this more than just a French affair?
Word count: 22,477
“And then, there is sex. Hot wild, abandoned monkey sex: shows this attraction between Harry and Sydney as a palpable need, not just a whim. Their connection is steamy and often verging on raw passion, with every detail being worthy of envy. Felthouse is fast becoming one of my favorite short erotic storytellers with her clever plot twists, locations and characters that are real and relatable. The only problem here – I wanted more of their story…a good problem to have.” 5 out of 5, The Jeep Diva
“…a sweet romance between two people wanting a new start after being hurt, but with lots of lovemaking, not just sex. A good book for a rainy afternoon or for lying on the beach, (not to mention, if you might be on your way to Paris in the springtime!).” 4.5 out of 5, Manic Readers
“I really enjoyed A French Affair and read it in one sitting. Ms Felthouse has a way of writing that is so perfectly real. If you like contemporary romance that is more than just sex – but has plenty of it – and has a story, and especially if you love France, then this might just be a book for you.” 4 out of 5, Long and Short Reviews
“I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The characters and the plot were both believable and likable …I was rooting for a HEA almost from the start… a great read for a lazy afternoon/evening in the garden with a glass of chilled wine.” 5 out of 5, The Twilight Zone