Pearl Trilogy by Arianne Richmonde

Synopsis:

The book that Pearl Series fans have been asking for: the flip side of the tale. The story according to Alexandre Chevalier.

At only twenty-five, Alexandre Chevalier is a billionaire. His social media site, HookedUp, is more popular than Twitter, more global than Facebook. With his drop-dead gorgeous looks, alluring charm and wealth, he has women falling at his feet, desperate for his attention.
But his heart is set on only one woman: Pearl Robinson.
Alexandre’s dark and dysfunctional past makes him crave stability and a normal relationship, but he soon finds out that Pearl is a bird with a broken wing. Why, he isn’t sure.

Pearl, follows Arianne Richmonde’s bestselling books in The Pearl Trilogy: Shades of Pearl, Shadows of Pearl and Shimmers of Pearl; the tumultuous and heart-rending love story between forty-year-old documentary producer, Pearl Robinson, and French Internet billionaire, Alexandre Chevalier, fifteen years her junior.

Pearl is written from Alexandre’s point of view from the moment they first meet on a rainy summer’s day in a coffee shop in New York City.

In any relationship details are hidden; things are left unsaid.
Not all conversations are remembered in the same way.
And not all actions are disclosed—especially to the one you love most.

This book (Part 1 of 2) is approximately 53,000 words long, just over 200 printed pages.   Part 2 is scheduled for release in October. 

Because of Alexandre Chevalier’s prowess in the bedroom, this novel contains erotic content and strong language.
Intended for readers aged 18 and over.

Review:
I absolutely fall in love with Pearl Trilogy. The characters are so interesting that you never know what happen next.  Pearl is a woman who has lived a pretty typical life with a career and she finds herself older and wiser yet alone. This is not her fate though when she meets the very young but very successful and intelligent Frenchman Alexandre. He is up there in the sex appeal of Christian, Gideon and Gabriel for sure. Pearl is instantly intimidated by his youth and her insecurities make her doubt that his feelings for her are real but he breaks her down. They go through a lot of up heave due to misunderstandings, insecurities and family and ex drama, but as always love conquers all. This series really shows you that sometimes real love needs to be fought for and the journey is just your path to greatness.

Author Bio:
Arianne Richmonde is an American writer and artist who was raised in both the US and Europe. She is the author of Forty Shades of Pearl, Shadows of Pearl and Shimmers of Pearl, all full-length novels in The Pearl Trilogy. She has also written Glass- an erotic short story. She lives with her husband in France.

Goodreads Book Link: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18163331-pearl-alexandre-s-story 
The Pearl Trilogy:

Playlist:

HERE IS THE LINK TO THE PLAYLIST FOR PEARL WHICH GOES DIRECTLY TO ARIANNE’S WEBSITE. BTW Alanis Morrisette song is now not in the novel. 

http://ariannerichmonde.com/music/pearl-sound-track/ 

20 Fun Facts:
1.) When I was a child I was jealous of my dog because he didn't have to go to school.

2.) I have lived in New York, Los Angeles and London.

3.) I speak fluent Spanish and French.

4.) My favorite type of vacation is lying on the beach with a good book and a glass of cold white wine and swimming every now and then in warm, crystal-clear water.

5.) I backpacked around India with my father.

6.) A vice of mine is lying about in bed in the mornings with my dogs, cats and husband!

7.) I'm a chocolate addict, especially dark chocolate.

8.) I've had two cat fights in my life and both times were with boys!

9.) I love reading children's books, especially ones with beautiful artwork.

10.) My favorite film is The Godfather.

11.) I kissed a girl and I liked it.

12.) I could almost live on Guacamole.

13.) One day I would like to direct a movie.

14.) I hate cleaning and I never iron.

15.) I've ridden an elephant (in India and in Cambodia) and a camel (in Egypt).

16.) I'd be happy to live in a tree house.

17.) I'm useless at math.

18.) I live in the middle of a vineyard in France.

19.) My husband cooks for me (because I'm a lazy cook and would end up eating cereal!)

20.) I used to be an actress.



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