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 f--k 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.
©2017 Louise Bay (P)2017 Louise Bay
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.... But Not Quite A Masterpiece!
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Louise delivers another well written plot that's dialogue driven, with no wasted words or unnecessary details! It's an instant love story, that's both sweet and steamy, but the relationship between the characters was a battle of push / pull. I enjoyed both the H/h. Poor Grace, in the past she chose the wrong men, but I felt her character was strong, independent, and well rounded.
Sam's character was more interesting, and reminded me of a Phoenix. He rose above his past, worked hard to build his empire, but was never far from his roots. His character was down to earth, and not the typical billionaire, he wasn't concerned with materialistic things. Due to his past, he had a hard time connecting, and developing relationships with both friends and lovers. However, the more time he spent around Grace, the more he understood his deep seeded need to keep people at a distance.
The ending did feel rushed but overall, I enjoyed the story, and narration. The narration really made this audio, York and Arndt never disappoint. I used my credit, and didn't regret it.
I am obsessed with audio books! My favorite genre is erotica and romance -- there's just not enough hours in the day to enjoy ...
I think Louise Bay just phoned this one in. This just felt like a book written following a formula. This was a nice enough romance with some heat but lacking the substance I've come to expect from Louise Bay. Fortunately, she enlisted two of the best narrators for romance audio. Andi and Sebastian make this story better than it really is.
Worth a reduced price but I don't think I would give a credit for it.
I enjoy Louise Bay's stories but this one was just seemed very amateur for her. I felt like my 16 year old niece could have written this particular story ( minus the sex scenes) and it would have been just as good.
A different story line
They give it great depth and enrichment
No because it wasn't that great in the first place.
it was OK there was not much drama only at the end good storyline good characters could have used a little bit more developing of the male character but overall a good read not the best and definitely not the worst
Audiobooks are my JAM!
This one was a bit hard to rate for me.
Although it had Great narration by Sebastian York & Andi Arndt!
(Those two are some of the best there are when it comes to narrators)
The story was a bit lacking with character development & chemistry for me.
While I liked it. I didn't feel the passion of the two main characters as much as I did in Max and Harper's story (King Of Wall Street)
All in all, I would recommend it to all those out there looking for a romance
with not too much angst, and excellent narration!
This was awesome!! A great story with interesting theme - loved it was about art....and just steamy enough.
How the book is called Park Avenue Prince and Sam is nothing like anyone from Park Avenue. It was refreshing.
Sam is so rich lives on Park Avenue in an empty apt with an old couch and a mattress with cups he took from his office, priceless. Also how Grace is called a Fixer, by Sam and her friend Harper. Because without a doubt we all have that one friend who thinks she can fix the guy she falls for.
They make an awesome team at narrating. I love Sebastian York's voice and always enjoy Andi Arndt's portrayal of all the different characters she plays.
In order to make a film about it they would have to rewrite the story and add more backstory to the characters.
The story was good not five stars but I give it four stars for two reasons. One because it is the typical story of boy meets girl, boy falls for girl something happens and now they have to make up. It kind of was blah same old story again. The second reason is I think the author should have dove more into the characters back story. Why Sam was so closed off, more of the story about him and Angie would have been nice in foster care, was there ever a falling out between Grace and her parents? Why was there so little about Sam's story? I just feel there wasn't really a lot of depth about the characters. But I did enjoy it I just feel the story missed some of the building blocks of the characters and the story would have been better if they were there.
Hi. My name is Erin. I love Audible because my eyes get very dry, but with Audible I can have someone else read the story to me.
The story is like a fairy-tale, and being narrated by a man and a woman really brought the story to life.
I loved this story. It was ultimate bliss. And the narration of Sebastian York and Andi Arndt was, as usual, Perfection. Andi Arndt's perfect diction and her ability to read both male and female parts with believability. And the same goes for Sebastian York. And that smoldering voice of his....delicious.
"A modern day fairytale"
Not a lot I can say really, apart from........I loved this book so much. I've not yet come across a Louise Bay book that I didn't like, I love her characters, her writing and her book covers, 'Park Avenue Prince' is no exception. Both Grace and Max are beautiful people inside and out, they surround themselves with good people. There's no bitching, no lies and no cheating. This book is pretty much a modern day fairytale, a true feel good read that had me hooked from the first chapter. With lots of romance (even though Sam would deny it), a little bit of sadness and some angst, it's my perfect kind of 'go to' story, just what I was in need of. Loved it, loved the narration, as always, Sebastian and Andi are perfect.
I smiled, I laughed and even cried. This was a wonderful journey and I really loved the inclusion of Harper and Max
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