French Twist

French Twist Following her white hot debut novel Tropical Getaway Roxanne St Claire captures the passion and intrigue of France in a dazzling romantic suspense adventure Janine Coulter has just gotten her big ch

  • Title: French Twist
  • Author: Roxanne St. Claire
  • ISBN: 9780743498593
  • Page: 269
  • Format: ebook
  • Following her white hot debut novel, Tropical Getaway, Roxanne St Claire captures the passion and intrigue of France in a dazzling romantic suspense adventure Janine Coulter has just gotten her big chance to prove herself, managing a prestigious exhibit at the Palace of Versailles and Luc Tremont, the security specialist, is clearly trouble He s making decisions witFollowing her white hot debut novel, Tropical Getaway, Roxanne St Claire captures the passion and intrigue of France in a dazzling romantic suspense adventure Janine Coulter has just gotten her big chance to prove herself, managing a prestigious exhibit at the Palace of Versailles and Luc Tremont, the security specialist, is clearly trouble He s making decisions without her, under cutting her authority He s also too smooth, too virile, too dangerously handsome, toowellFrench And Janine has the uneasy suspicion he s not all that he seems Luc resolutely ignores the powerful sizzle of attraction he feels when he meets Janine the quintessential California girl with her blond hair, blue eyes, and legs that seem to go on forever But when thieves steal priceless treasures from the exhibit, and Luc and Janine give chase across the lush Burgundy countryside, their forced intimacy ignites the passion both have tried to ignore Luc wonders what will happen when Janine learns his true identity but with dangerous men pursuing them, they may not live to find out.

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    About “Roxanne St. Claire

    • Roxanne St. Claire

      I don t know about you, but when I check out an author s bio, it s usually because I ve read a book I liked and wondered about the person behind it Let s skip the formal bio and I ll give you the inside scoop on who Roxanne St Claire really is First of all, call me Rocki Everyone does Evidently, when my mother brought me home from the hospital I seemed too scrawny and small to pull off Roxanne she d read Cyrano de Bergerac while pregnant or I would have been Judy so they called me Rocki.I grew up in Pittsburgh, PA, the youngest of five overachievers, every one , and fell in love with words and stories the summer I read Gone With The Wind That year, for my twelfth birthday, my parents gave me a typewriter with italic font it was the coolest thing and from that day on, I ve had my fingers on a keyboard, pounding out love stories for fun My AP English teacher taught me the two most important lessons an aspiring author ever needs 1 verbs are the key to life and 2 a writer should get a real job After attending UCLA and graduating with a degree in communications, I tried acting and television broadcasting Oh, they aren t real jobs I learned that the hard way I changed my last name from Zink to St Claire because a news producer told me Roxanne Zink had too many harsh consonants for a TV personality apparently Katie Couric didn t get the memo I got some fun gigs, and even met Tom Hanks when I did a guest appearance on Bosom Buddies I liked on camera work, but wasn t too crazy about starvation, so I moved to Boston and got that real job In fact, I placed my foot on the bottom rung of the corporate ladder and didn t look down until I d climbed all the way up to the level of Senior Vice President at the world s largest public relations firm On the way up, I met the man of my dreams in an elevator Two years later in the same elevator he asked me to marry him and I wisely said yes.I stayed in PR, moved to Miami, had a few babies, lost my home in a hurricane, built another one a few hours north and all along, I kept writing my stories for fun One night, I read a particularly fabulous romance novel that changed my life for good That night, I decided I wanted to make someone else feel as whole and happy as that author made me feel Everyone asks It was Nobody s Baby But Mine by Susan Elizabeth Phillips With two small children and one big real job, writing my first novel wasn t easy, but I did finish a manuscript that managed to get the attention of a literary agent She told me to do one thing and one thing fast write another book The first one is usually a learner book, honestly That second manuscript sold to Simon Schuster s Pocket Books and was released in 2003 as Tropical Getaway Since then, I ve written almost thirty , in multiple genres, and long ago replaced the corporate ladder with the rollercoaster of publishing as a full time novelist Finally, writing is my real job.Today, I live in a small beach community in Florida with my husband and two dogs Our kids are off to college and law school, which means my nest is empty I spend my time writing, working with the kids at my church, enjoying my husband s gourmet cooking, and hanging with my many writer friends Of course, I love to read I m still crazy about words and stories and hope to write at least a hundred books in my lifetime And, yes, verbs are the key to life My favorites Love Work Believe.xoxoRocki



    971 thoughts on “French Twist

    • Oh. My. God. Ms. St. Claire has done it again. And even better than Tropical Getaway if you ask me. Because the heroine was actually someone I could like from the first page, and the hero was tall, dark, and handsome (no blond Viking this time)Add to that explosive chemistry (still between the hero and heroine), a double-theft, a murderous villain, a dash across the French countryside, betrayal from withing, smokin' sex, and the mystery revolving around the hero, his true identity, and his dark [...]


    • I just love Paris and almost any book with the Eiffel Tower on the front, I'll read. If the book is my favorite genre, romantic-suspense, it's guaranteed. My love of all things French and French history in particular makes this book a treasure. Lots of moving pieces, characters who aren't who they are supposed to be and hard to deduce motives and just some of the elements that make this book a joy to read.Janine Coulter got the job of curator of a new exhibit at the Palace of Versailles after Dr [...]


    • Mix together suspense, romance, smoking hot chemistry and the incomparable award winning author Roxanne St. Claire and you're guaranteed a "thrill ride" that will keep you guessing to the very end, enough "twists" to make you buckle up, and so much heat you'd better have the fans set on high! Having just read French Twist for a second time, I can tell you without hesitation it was just as much fun the second time as the first! St. Claire takes us into the lush wine country of Burgundy and art hi [...]


    • I had a hard time getting into this book, but once I did I couldn't and didn't want to put it down. It had a great love story, with a twist.lol


    • Okay then an American art-expert managing her first major art exhibit (around Madame Pompadour) meets a French 'security expert' in the Palace of Versailles. What's not to love?Add on a set of fake vases, that the security expert is an ex-thief (shades of certain other books I've read and enjoyed), a mysterious death or two and they go to a vineyard a French vineyard to drink exquisite wine in a cellar. I'm sure I'm not the only one to slip into fantasies about it.This reminded me of a classic C [...]


    • Liked some of her other books better. Jeanine is managing an art exhibit and Luc is assigned as security to the exhibit. However, Luc is an ex-thief who now needs to capture a thief after Jeanine's art exhibit. When the art is stolen Jeanine leaves with Luc to help locate the precious vases. The part of this story that is weak is when Luc goes back to his old friend's house who he finds out was murdered. His friend's wife acts suspicious but Jeanine never says anything to Luc and Luc never notic [...]


    • an amazing adventure in paris.a travel of mind and soul inside the palace of versailes and the whole culture legasy uniqueness and fantasy of france.a true story of untold love and passion without limits secrets and fear.when nik risk everything he has-his life his identity his freedom-janine is still there taking risks of her own to prevent the loss of two things she love.a different book for those romantic adventurous people out there


    • The best book by St. Claire I've ever read. It was a captivating story filled with intrigue, suspense, crime, and romance set in France. The book was captivating and the romance parts were riveting; it was a book I couldn't put down until I finished reading it. I recommend it for those who like romantic suspense. 4/5 stars.


    • Not an art history fan, so aside from the two leads, I didn't really care for the other characters. Like great, art thievery. I'm really excited to care about art history. /end sarcasm/ Pretty sure it'd be more interesting if you like art history and France, but I'm too neutral for both things. And I've been skimming past sex scenes lately, soooo =/


    • Great chemistry between the characterswasn't too much/just right. It was an interesting story. Really liked how the story began and followed thru with the idea. I have always liked her writting style. I liked the story. It didn't rock my world but I did like it.


    • I devoured this book. A new favorite. I have an affinity for heists, spies, thieves, slightly-antihero heroes, France, and French accents. This book gave me all of it. And apparently now I also have a thing for men that braid hair. This was perfect escapism for me!


    • What a suspenseful storyline. There were so many twists and turns, such a fun book! Roxanne St. Claire's Romantic Suspense is the very best there is.



    • It's almost guaranteed that I love anything written by Roxanne St. Claire. I have yet to find a book of hers I haven't enjoyed



    • This was a wonderful book in the sense that it had action, romance, lies, theives and of course the bad guy who is really a good guy hero. Simple read didn't take much and a nice filler!



    • I read this one on my way home from Paris. It was good. Romance, art theft, murder. French Twist was a quick, okay read.



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