Today we have the sales blitz for THE DARCY BROTHERS BOX SET by Alix Nichols. I’m excited to share this fantastic contemporary romance set with you—grab your copy today!
Title: THE DARCY BROTHERS BOX SET
Author: Alix Nichols
Genre: Contemporary Romance
About The Darcy Brothers Box Set:A fake marriage, an office hook-up and a lost email... turn the lives of 3 French aristocrat siblings upside down in this sexy rom-com bundle.
Over 700 pages of family secrets, unexpected twists and breathtaking romance.
Follow stuck-up Sebastian, bad-boy Raphael and vengeful Noah as each meets his match where he least expects to, and falls madly in love!
BOOK 1: FIND YOU IN PARIS
What does it take to fall in love with your enemy? a) His private jet. b) His six-pack abs. c) His unsuspected charm.
WARNING: Just like in Pride and Prejudice that inspired this book, expect to find one rich and handsome Mr. Darcy and one feisty girl who can't stand him. Unlike Pride and Prejudice, this enemies-to-lovers romance also contains artful nude photos of said Mr. Darcy, a fake marriage, and nights of wild passion in Paris.
BOOK 2: RAPHAEL'S FLING
One bookish assistant. One cocky CEO. One Christmas party that changes everything...
GUARANTEED: Belly laughs, hot love scenes, a secret baby and a happy ending for this lust-to-love romance. You'll stay up late to finish this book!
BOOK 3: THE PERFECT CATCH
When brooding goalie Noah meets perky realtor Sophie, sparks fly hot and fast...
BEWARE: A dangerously endearing dog, meddling parents, eccentric neighbors, and a crumbling French chateau.
Guest Post: Alix and Mr DarcyMe and Mr. Darcy
Full disclosure: I’ve been in love with Mr. Darcy since I was twenty
And not in a casual yeah-he’s-cool kind of way.
I’m a devotee.
I’ve read Pride and Prejudice three times, including the wonderfully helpful annotated edition by David M. Shapard, which explains every period detail that can be explained. I also own a copy of every Pride and Prejudice TV series and movie ever made, and I have watched each of them at least twice. Six times in the case of the 1995 BBC mini-series, of which I own three copies. (What if one won’t play when I need it? What if the second won’t play either?)
Finally, I’m the creator of the Ultimate and Authoritative Darcy Hotness Chart. You can check it out here: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/386324474268007114/.
Before you do, can you guess who’s my Darcy #1?
Colin Firth from the BBC mini-series, of course! The Incomparable, the Forever Young, the One and Only.
In light of the above, it’s only natural that I wrote a romance inspired by Pride and Prejudice. It’s titled Find You in Paris, and its hero is called Mr. Darcy. Actually, his real name is Count Sebastian d’Arcy du Grand-Thouars de Saint-Maurice.
You see, all my contemporary romances are set in modern-day France. Hence, my Mr. Darcy is French. He resides in Paris (when he’s not in his ancestral château in Burgundy). He’s rich, tall, dark, and brooding – and oh-so-hot.
Just like the guy on the cover of the book.
The heroine, Diane Petit, is a cashier and amateur photographer. Diane is as independent, feisty, and witty as Elizabeth Bennet. And, she’s just as prejudiced against Sebastian as Jane Austen’s Lizzy is against Fitzwilliam Darcy.
Sebastian has two brothers, Raphael and Noah Darcy. Each of them got his own love story and a happily-ever-after.
The Darcy Brothers box set includes all three novels.
I hope you enjoy it!
About Alix Nichols:Alix Nichols is an unapologetic caffeine addict and a longtime fan of Mr. Darcy, especially in his Colin Firth incarnation.
She is a USA Today bestselling (April and June 2017) and Kindle Scout winning (December 2015) author of sexy romance novels that readers describe as yummylicious. According to Romantic Times, her books "will keep you hanging off the edge of your seat”. Kirkus Reviews claims they “deliver pure pleasure”.
At the age of six, Alix released her first romance. It featured highly creative spelling on a dozen pages stitched together and bound in velvet paper.
Decades later, she still writes. Her spelling has improved (somewhat), and her books have topped the Amazon charts around the world. She lives in France with her family and their almost-human dog.