Park Avenue Prince by Louise Bay
Release Date: February 13th
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Park Avenue Prince, an all-new contemporary romance by Louise Bay is now LIVE!!!
I received a copy of Park Avenue Prince from Louise Bay via Social Butterfly PR and I’m voluntarily leaving an honest and unbiased review.
I have read a few of Louise’s books and I have loved all of them so I jumped at the chance to review this one. The description of this story made me want to read it even more I knew I was going to fall hard for Sam and boy did I fall hard for him.
Sam is a man that has worked from having nothing, living in poor run down apartments to having money and living in Park Avenue. He never forgets where he came from and for me that made me fall for him even harder. He only ever spends his fortune if he feels he can make money from what he buys. That is until he meets Grace and his life begins to change and so does his perception on his life and his priorities in regards to spending his fortune. Grace is a gallery owner that grow up in Park Avenue with her parents but she escaped that lifestyle and lives the complete opposite now and works really hard for the money she makes. Her type on boyfriends are also different to what she grow around her type is musicians and artists the type that don’t commit and need fixing. That is until her and Sam meet and the instant attraction is undeniable.
I thoroughly enjoyed this wonderful story and seeing how the relationship between Sam and Grace unfolds and how they both have to work out some of their issues to let go of their fears to fully commit to each other was simply incredible. The sexual tension to start with had me on the edge of my seat with anticipation and then the romance had me swooning for Sam all over again then sexiness and the hot passionate and at times a dominance from Sam had me HOT and will have you hooked from the very start. You wont be disappointed at all with this book as it has a bit of everything you could ever want. Louise has done an amazing job with these characters especially Sam for me. I loved how she portrayed his darkness due to his past and how this has an effect on his present and most importantly his relationship with Grace.
This book for me has been my favourite Louise Bay book to date just loved how this book flowed, characters were relatable and the chemistry between Grace and Sam was simply undeniable.