Jules aka "World's most annoying laugher"
It's Christmas Eve, one of my last nights in Paris, and I get stuck in a tiny elevator with the insufferable, grumpy Welshman from downstairs. I'm wearing nothing but my skimpy PJs and totally inappropriate spike heels. Oh, and the light's gone out.
What could possibly go wrong?
Colin aka "Ebenezer McGrumpypants"
She's the neighbor from hell. Loud, brash, and American, with the body of a pin-up and the laugh of a wild hyena. My only wish is that she'll move out and be done with Paris forever. Fate, apparently, has other ideas because tonight of all nights, when the city's shut down and half the population's gone, who should I get stuck with in what has to be Paris's tiniest lift? You guessed it. Her.
Only, now that we've gotten up close and personal, everything's changed. Suddenly, the problem isn't getting rid of her anymore. It's finding a way to keep her...forever.
"I adored this book! It's charming, emotional, and so, so hot. I'm shocked Jules and Colin didn't set my e-reader on fire!" —Serena Bell, USA Today bestselling author of the Wilder Adventure series
"We'll Never Have Paris is spicy and sweet, just like the best Christmas cookies. I loved Jules and Colin separately, and together, they were incendiary. If you can't decamp to a Parisian apartment with a hot, grumpy neighbor tomorrow, this book is the next best thing." —Emma Barry, author of Chick Magnet