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Publisher's Summary

The king always gets his way. 

Women, business, pleasure: When I want it, I get it. I’m never denied. Including her. I will break her. I will show her who the king of this city really is. The feisty Princess of Manhattan will learn I am not a man that can be tempted. No matter how damn bad I want her in my bed.

New erotic stand-alone romance from New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Michelle A. Valentine (Rock the Heart, Phenomenal X, Wicked White, Demon at My Door).

©2016 Michelle A. Valentine Books, LLC (P)2018 Michelle A. Valentine Books, LLC

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Naughty King VS Fiesty Princess Of Manhattan!

Alexander King is a twat-waffle. Margo Buchanan is tenacious. In the beginning this romance felt a bit cliché, but got better as it went on. I did feel the tale was missing something as it lacked depth. Narator Audra Cook's performance of Margo Buchanan was spot on. I got the impression that Margo was a beautiful, canny and confident female. However, I found it difficult to listen to Alexander as I didn't enjoy the tone of his voice. It was not sexy at all, almost rough. I've listened to other female narators that do a great sexy confident male voice. I really couldn't connect with the character's as Alexander's voice annoyed me too much. Supporting character Yamada, a Japanese character who spoke & referred himself in the third person was a bit much & over the top. Again, his tone didn't reflect a Japanese voice over . I think if I read this rather than listening to it I may have enjoyed it more.

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Enemies to Lovers!

Alexander King always gets his way. As part of a deal to purchase Dan Buchanon's company, he employs Buchanon's daughter Margo. And what better job to give her but his assistant? Keep your enemies close! Both used to getting what they want, these two have a competitiveness creating sparks in the office. But is that the only place? Their constant banter is like foreplay, it's smart and sexy and keeps them both on their game. When they go to Vegas to meet King's friend, Yamada, Margo sees an opportunity to try and keep her dad's company. But will it work? That crazy city along with their crazy friend results in a partnership that changes their lives. From that point on, little by little the Naughty King and the Feisty Princess learn about loyalty, love and trust. Michelle A Valentine crafted this Manhattan fairytale with determination, spunk, compassion and humor! From the beginning, it's easy to see where the story will end, but the journey to get there is so much fun. I love the addition of Yamada, his character is larger than life, and when he is around, you know things are going to happen and he will make you laugh! While he is a crazy character, his intuitiveness is spot on and he makes things happen. With a few twists and unexpected turns this story is one that will make your heart race and fill with love.

Narrated by the wonderful Audra Cook, she brings each character to life. Well paced and full of the attitude and sass these characters have, Cook makes the listen enjoyable.

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Great Listen

Michelle A Valentine is a new author to me, while I have listened to enjoyed Audra Cook perform before. I was immediately pulled into this book from the very beginning. The premise of sabotage to gain satisfaction appealed to me. Like all good plans, they are meant to be broken. The characters in this book had great chemistry after they got over their jabs to the other one. I really enjoyed how Audra Cook was able to perform distinguished character voices. I will listen to more books by this author and narrator. This book is a standalone listen.