The prince of Park Avenue finally meets his match in a feisty Manhattan princess.
I’ve made every one of my billions of dollars myself — I’m calculating, astute and the best at what I do. It takes drive and dedication to build what I have. And it leaves no time for love or girlfriends or relationships.
But don’t get me wrong, I’m not a monk.
I understand the attention and focus it takes to seduce a beautiful woman. They’re the same skills I use to close business deals. But one night is where it begins and ends. I’m not the guy who sends flowers. I’m not the guy who calls the next day.
Or so I thought before an impatient, smart-talking, beyond beautiful heiress bursts into my world.
When Grace Astor rolls her eyes at me — I want to hold her against me and show her what she’s been missing.
When she makes a joke at my expense — I want to silence her sassy mouth with my tongue.
And when she leaves straight after we fuck with barely a goodbye — it makes me want to pin her down and remind her of the three orgasms she just had.
She might be a princess but I’m going to show her who rules in this Park Avenue bedroom.
About the Author
USA Today bestselling author, Louise Bay writes sexy, contemporary romance novels – the kind she likes to read. Her books include the novels Hopeful, The Empire State Series, Parisian Nights, Promised Nights, Indigo Nights and King of Wall Street.
Ruined by bonk-busters and sexy mini-series of the eighties Louise loves all things sexy and romantic. There’s not enough of it in real life so she disappears into the fictional worlds in books and films.
Louise loves the rain, the West Wing, London, days when she doesn’t have to wear make-up, being on her own, being with friends, elephants and champagne.
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Genre: Contemporary Romance
Title: Park Avenue Prince
Author: Louise Bay
Publisher: Louise Bay
Source: Social Butterfly PR
This was a really sweet read. I’ve read a few of Bay’s books already, and I’ve got to say that I love the way she lays out a romantic scene. The people have real problems, they’re complicated, but so vague and general in their actions. Take Sam, a very private man who doesn’t know if he’s invested in anything half the time, let alone interested in something long enough to pick it up. I thought it so interesting to see him not care about anything and actually have a near blank POV that at the same time, showed how he secretly felt deeply but just refused to focus on it. Grace was a major fixer, someone who always felt the need to help. I love that it showed how her nosiness was also shown in a better light, low-key depicting her as caring and good-hearted when she was trying to get under Sam’s skin.
Or maybe I’m just over-analyzing lol. Either way, I really liked the undertones I thought were there, and how it made something really complicated slowly untangle itself until the climax. The use of furniture was just perfect and it’s probably my favorite thing of the story, you’ll have to read it to get what’s got me smiling about it.
Definitely a recommended read if you love contemporary romance that slowly grows into something bigger. Nothing like two people that don’t exactly get along to make you smile.