Sunday, July 24, 2016

New Review ~ The Prince and the Player by Tia Louise

The Prince and The Player

by Tia Louise

Released: May 17, 2016


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.

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This was a brilliant fairytale twist with an Oceans Eleven feel. Two sisters who happen to be con-artist thieves fall for a prince and a king; what could possible go wrong? It was fast paced filled with royalty, suspense and romance. Lies, deceit and mystery, oh my!

This was a great start to this series. With each page I turned I held my breath, never knowing what to expect. The story kept me engaged and on the edge of my seat. I devoured this up and still couldn’t get enough.

Rowan was strong and powerful but sweet and sexy. Cal was confident and cocky but protective and hot. These brothers were the epitome of sexy royalty. They knew what they wanted and stopped at nothing to get it. Zelda and Ava are the two sisters who have done what they had to survive. Even getting mixed up with the wrong man to con the royal brothers. But falling in love was never supposed to happen.

It’s a roller coaster ride that you won’t want to miss. Be prepared because the ending will leave you wanting for more. I can’t wait to see where Tia takes us on the conclusion of this fairytale story.


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