3 starsContemporary RomancePanty Melter

Park Avenue Prince by Louise Bay

Park Avenue Prince Book Cover Park Avenue Prince
Louise Bay
Fiction, Contemporary Romance
February 13th 2017


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 f*ck 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.

A sexy, standalone, contemporary romance.

Maria’s Reveiw

➦First, le positives:

•A New York setting. I lurve those.

•A self made billionaire who was a foster kid for a hero.

•A heroine who comes from money but tries to make it on her own by opening an art gallery.

Art. Because who doesn’t love discussing a juxtaposition of light when it hits something on something. I’m not being sarcastic. Actually enjoyed that part. lol

➦Now, as far as the — wait, I don’t want to say negatives … it’s such a negative word. I shall hereby refer to them as MEHgatives. The biggest MEHgative for me is that there’s nothing wrong with this book, in fact, it follows a rather predictable contemporary romance formula.

➦It just felt like some things needed to be either explored more or taken to more extremes. A plot twist would have been nice. The hero needed to be more developed, in my opinion, I wanted more flashbacks to his past. May be then I would have bought the whole ending without rolling my eyes. There were some touching parts so definitely a solid read – hey, I finished it! – just not very memorable, I’m afraid.