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Blog Tour with Review Exposure by Sylvie Parizeau

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Sylvie Parizeau
(Incandescent, #3)
Publication date: November 22nd 2017
Genres: New Adult, Romance

PHILIPPE-OLIVIER TISSEROT’s caffeine addiction is about to land him in uncharted territory and one hell of a ride. One that’s about to go viral.

Current status: Computer whiz to hacker to penpal.

Upgrade status: Lover.

Well, I’m still working on the lover part.

I’m just a computer geek studying at MIT. And now I’m in two places at once – the geek and the lover battling it out to get the girl.

The only problem is, my dream girl doesn’t know she knows me in either one of them.

Now I have to win her in both.

Please wait. Upgrade in progress.

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Review – 

In an Oyster Shell-  The story was good with some elements that were out of place and some lack of character development in supporting characters.

The Pearls – I am married to a Software Engineer so reading a love story featuring one was exciting for me. The author represented this character with accuracy. The concept was fun and the challenges that the couple faces made for a compelling story.

The settings where romantic a french part of Canada and Boston. It was romantic. Especially that the love interest lives in a small cabin that is portrayed as picturesque. They meet at a coffee shop and it’s super sweet. The descriptions make you feel like you are right there.

The romance was sweet and well developed. It grew over the story through letter writing mostly it was unique. The other romances that were developed in previous stories were reflected in this one. It was a romance fan’s dream story.

The Sand – Some of the supporting characters were a little flat. There was a paranormal element that was a little out of place. The end of the story the chapter titles infer that the story should have stopped sooner than it did.

It is not a clean romance.

3.5 Pearls

Author Bio:

A paralegal by day and incurable romantic by night, Sylvie is a cross-genre, and she takes Happily Ever After very seriously. The End just isn’t in her vocabulary.

An incorrigible daydreamer, she now feeds her obsession with epilogues by concocting stories in which heroes deal with the happy from the get-go. Ready, or not. And she confesses under oath to loving every minute of it.

Sylvie lives her own Happily Ever After in the beautiful mountains of Les Laurentides in Northern Quebec, alongside her whole set of characters.

In between treks in their backyard wilderness, you can find them hanging out at www.sylvieparizeau.com

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  • Giselle November 21, 2017, 3:57 am

    Thanks for hosting today! Great review this sounds like a well written, hot read!
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  • Sylvie Parizeau November 21, 2017, 9:38 am

    Merci beaucoup, Jessica for the sweet and lovely review (not to mention the creative way you rate books =). Love it. I appreciate the little sand thrown in there that hopefully I can transform into a pearl in the next book, who knows? In a closely interconnected standalone series, secondary characters who become main ones later on, or, who were ones, earlier on, are a bit of a challenge to tone down in order not to upstage, but still pique the interest until it’s their time to shine. :) I’ll be polishing that skill some more, thanks to you, for Theo’s story, By Design. Meanwhile, that P.O. and Aurèle touched you, warms my heart and makes my day! Is this the pearly lining on my shell? Yes. =)
    All my best, Sylvie.

    • Jessica November 24, 2017, 8:05 pm

      Thank you for the lovely comment. I am glad you like the review. I work my best to make sure the review is honest but encouraging. My critiques are always meant to better the author never berate! I’m looking forward to your next book!

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