- File Size: 654 KB
- Print Length: 285 pages
- Publisher: Ninja Newt Publishing, LLC (May 9, 2017)
- Publication Date: May 9, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N814ZSJ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,743 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Prince's Game (Mershano Empire Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I assure you it's not that kind of story. Far from it!
The author very quickly shows the reader that the main characters aren't into reality shows either. So how did they end up on one? I won't tell you that. I will tell you about Evan and Sarah.
The prince, is not really a prince. He is rich and is a CEO but Evan breaks the mold. I liked him right away, because he knew how to laugh and be at ease. What's better then a smart guy that does good banter with a head full of right-out-of-bed-messy hair and sexy black leather jacket. He's also a single guy just trying to keep his job, the job he's worked very hard at building up.
Sarah is a witty, sarcastic, and I loved she spoke her mind, but will that help when stuck in a joke that's gone to far. She too just wants to get back to her life and job. Sarah does what's required of her then is expecting to be sent home quickly, and will graciously go. But then the story would be to short.
Even in a difficult situation Evan finds the silverlining, Sarah is that lining. They make a deal that will be best for them both. A friendship grows and of course sexual tension. The fun question of who will break first. Lucky for us it doesn't take long. This book is hot, funny and romantic. The story is well written, has depth, emotions, and originality. I can not wait to see what Lexi has planned for book two in this series.
Abbey is the free spirit who thinks the world is her playground - she has never learned that there are consequences to every action
Sarah is the goal-oriented and more serious of the two - she has a plan and she has goals -she does not need a man to take care of her. Sure things are hectic right now, no spare time, no BF -
and that is how this whole mess got started!
Abbey has always felt Sarah needed to loosen up a little and live- so she auditions on a reality dating show as her sister Sarah- it's a harmless joke right?
I fell in love with Sarah and Evan from the opening scene! They have so much personality and they draw you in and keep you until the last page.
This is one of those reads that you honestly can not put down! The characters are so alive and the supporting cast <3- I can not wait to read their stories!!
I received and ARC at no cost from the author
Except, it isn't quite as straightforward as that. Because Evan doesn't want a wife, and he certainly doesn't want children, but unfortunately, there's a tiny problem. If Evan wants to keep his fortune, he doesn't have a choice.
Sarah Summers finds herself on the show thanks to a prank by her identical twin sister, Abby (who I would have absolutely killed if she'd done to me what she does to Sarah).
Evan and Sarah hit it off, and when Evan reveals to Sarah that if she refuses his proposal at the end of the show (which extracts him from his marital responsibilities), then he will fund her ambitions to start her own marketing firm.
I love to read a wide variety of genre's. Sometimes, I want the dark, gritty underworld that crime thrillers bring, sometimes I want to be swept away into a fantasy world, and sometimes, I want something exactly like this book. The Prince's Game is such an easy read. The pages simply fly by and before you know it, you've reached the end.
I adored Evan and Sarah. Yes the premise of finding your match on a game show is very 'The Batchelor', but the twist that Evan isn't there of his own volition gives this light romance a nice bit of conflict and tension.
Sarah is a brilliant character. Witty, charming, believable, I'd definitely go for a night on the town with her - it would be a night you wouldn't forget.
Evan is hot, sure, but he's also a really nice guy and I liked how the author showed that. She let us see his vulnerability and his inner turmoil at having to play out this stupid game, but he does it with grace, even though some of the contestants would challenge my nan's patience (and she was a very patient woman!)
There's also a secondary storyline threading through; that of Rachel (Sarah's best friend) and Will (Evan's cousin) which is the subject of the second book in the series and one I am very much looking forward to.
I would definitely recommend this book for a light easy read with likeable characters and a satisfactory ending.
With thanks to the author for an advance copy of The Prince's Game.