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Publisher Description

When the daughter of an elite Italian family, fashion photographer Francesca Garancini, meets star soccer player Paolo Romaldo their chemistry is immediate and electric.  If the two aren't tearing off their clothes (Tom Ford and Valentino, naturally), they're jet-setting from Capri to St Kitts to Istanbul.  Amid their lifestyle of fast cars and high heels, can their relationship survive the distractions, dalliances, and differences that threaten to tear them apart?

The only thing to which Francesca has ever committed wholly is her career as a photographer.  But in Paolo, she finally finds someone she can't give up.  The two dodge paparazzi while taking in an opera at La Scala, share an intimate, champagne-fueled romp on Christmas Eve, and make a pizza delivery man more than a little uncomfortable.  On the surface, they're the perfect couple: beautiful, glamorous, and successful.  And then, on a trip to Turkey to shoot for a controversial magazine, Francesca meets Selim, married scion of a powerful Istanbulli family.  Selim is magnetic, and intent on seducing Francesca amidst the glittering lights of Topkapi Palace.

In the glamorous tradition of Judith Krantz's Scruples, Paparazzi explores an erotically-charged relationship between beautiful people in a sexy, international setting.

January 1
Christina Dennison
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Kathryn Marie S. ,

A Must-Read

Absolutely adored this book. Fast-paced, glamorous, and fun. I want to hang with Francesca. Or maybe I just want her life, her style, and her shoes. I loved seeing the world through Francesca’s eyes, and had a fun, escapist time with this book. Will definitely be getting the next two in the series.

.david.h. ,

Gimme gimme more!!!

What an exciting new read! I'm already half way in and I can't stop! I love it and I can't wait to see what's to come from the other installments!!

ylarev ,

I’m your biggest fan!

a fast, sexy read! two beautiful people burning up the pages. Francesca is a heroine who makes a lot of mistakes, but that makes her seem more real.

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