Narrated by Richard Armitage and Grace Grant — a breathtaking new romance from #1 New York Times best-selling author Lauren Blakely that will sweep you away!
A British accent is my weakness...
Good thing I can avoid that kind of temptation in my new job in Paris. And when my company hooks me up with my own personal translator, I should be on the fast track for success. Except, he's charming, witty, and, oh yeah, he just so happens to be British, which means everything he says melts me.
Don't mix business with pleasure. I do my best to resist him as he brings the city to life for me. Soon, I can navigate the streets, discuss perfume with my co-workers, and barter at the outdoor market. But I also learn how to tell the sexy man by my side how much I want him to kiss me under the streetlamps.
Except there's a catch — I can't have him.
One more assignment before I take off on my big adventure...
And it's a good farewell gig too since my newest client is a fetching American who loves to explore the cafes and cobbled streets while I teach her the language of love. We fall into a fast and flirty friendship, doing our best to resist each other. But you know what they say about best intentions. Soon we're spending our nights together too, and I don't want to let her go. The trouble is, my wanderlust is calling to me, and before we know it, I'll be traveling the globe to fulfill a promise I made long ago.
What could possibly go wrong with falling in love in Paris? Nothing...unless one of you is leaving.
*Includes a special bonus interview with the author!*
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Love Richard Armitage!!!
I bought this audiobook because of Richard Armitage. I love his voice, his accent, his pitch... everything!!!!
It thoroughly pleased me to imagine Thorin Oakenshield sounding so sexy and manly.
Honestly, the story was not to my liking... found it too corny and cheesy. I admire strong female characters, so, I was very disappointed with female lead.
She falls into the idiotic american category. I mostly skipped Joy’s narration and just focused on Griffin’s.
I hope Richard will continue to do more audible books.
Shallow me, bought the audiobook for Richard Armitage. Storyline not usually to my taste...but continued listening until I couldn't take the femaie character anymore, her dialogue nor her voicing (Mature voice saying/doing immature things)...she's not matched well with Armitage's voice. I guess this wasn't my genre, so for those who this type of novel is suited to them, power to ya.
4 Wanderlust Stars!
It’s been awhile since I listened to an audiobook, and I will say it does take awhile to get into it since I am a huge fan of reading. But with Lauren Blakely’s Wanderlust, I will just say the narrators did a fabulous job in portraying the characters. How could anyone not fall in love with these characters and of course the city of love, Paris. Did I mention a British for a hero? Yup, sexy accent for the win.
Overall, this book was an absolute gem. It was sweet, heartfelt, swoony, and sexy. Lauren Blakely makes you want to pack your bags and travel to Paris. I know for sure, I want to go back to Paris and retrace the steps of Joy and Griffin.