My book reviews

The Prince and The Player by Tia Louise.

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Blurb…

Let the games begin…

Runaway Zelda Wilder will do whatever it takes to secure a better life for her and her sister Ava. Crown Prince Rowan Westringham Tate will do whatever it takes to preserve his small country.

When Zee is blackmailed into helping a vengeful statesman take down Rowan, she never expects she’ll be pulled into a web of lies and international intrigue–much less that she’ll find herself falling for Cal, Rowan’s “playboy” younger brother.

Ava’s no help, as she finds quiet walks in the moonlight discussing poetry and leadership with the brooding future king irresistible. Even more irresistible is kissing his luscious lips.

They’re in over their heads, and the more time passes, the more danger the sisters are in. Shots are fired, and it’s soon clear even a prince might not be able to rescue these players.

Cinderella meets Ocean’s Eleven in this ADULT CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE featuring secrets, lies, royal high jinks, scams and double-crosses; breathless, swooning lust, cocky princes, dominant alpha future-kings, and crafty courtiers, who are not always what they seem. Readers 18+ only, please!

 

My Review…

At the beginning, I wasn’t really into it because in my mind it had a different outcome. I was expecting the story to go one way and was disappointed when it went in the opposite direction, but I stuck to it and once the story finished, I wanted more. I’m not a big fan on cliff hangers but I guess that leaves readers on the edge of their seat waiting for the next book, just like me.

Cal and Zee conversation.

“It must be lovely to walk along the shore at sunrise.”“I wouldn’t know,” Cal laughs. “I’m more of a ‘walk along the shore at sunset’ type,”

Zee and Cal’s conversation.

“Hell, no. I’m just warming up. I plan on fucking you three point seven more times tonight.”“Point seven. You’re very precise in your measurements.”

Zee and Seth conversation.

“I went back to your room and looked around.”My eyes narrow at the thought of him snooping in our stuff. “See anything interesting?”
“Not much.”

The song that suits this song is ‘Home (feat Nico Santos) by Topic.

I rate this book 4 stars.

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