Published by Flip City Media Inc. on January 4th 2018
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
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Keaton Bridge is one hundred percent bad boy.
Cassie doesn't need a boy and certainly not a bad one. Nope. She fights crime for a living, and everything about this guy screams trouble, from his charming British accent to his mysterious past.
And Cassie doesn't do trouble.
Keaton's got his own trouble. He's trying to go legit, and an FBI agent hanging around is the last thing that will help his credibility.
All it took was one night of passion to sear her into his skin. Now he can't imagine living happily ever after without her.
All they have to do is walk away.
But neither of them ever walks away from a challenge.
Prince Charming is CD Reiss’s latest dive into the world of digital espionage. At the center is an ambitious FBI agent and a shady hacker.
When romance ignites between two people on opposite sides of the law, it forces them to examine their moral compass and possibly compromise their ideals. It’s an exciting basis for love, mystery, and danger. This book has all three qualities and it is very enjoyable, but it has the potential to be even better.
This is mostly a case of too much too soon for me. Cassie and Keaton fall incredibly hard and fast for each other. I’m willing to jump aboard the Insta-Lust Train, but when you’ve only known someone for a few weeks and you start talking about abandoning your life-long dreams just so you can be together, the train takes a quick detour to Crazy Town. Even though I enjoyed their palpable attraction, their relationship felt unnecessarily rushed.
I wish there was even more emphasis on the element of suspense because the moments of mystery and danger are extremely entertaining. The ending of the book is quite exciting, filled with a fast-paced series of puzzles and peril. If you’re looking for an element of fun, Cassie’s feisty grandmother fits the bill nicely.
Despite the shortcomings, the quality of the writing shines bright. CD Reiss’s narratives are always dynamic and imaginative, and this story is no exception. The epilogue is lovely, and I think this book will please readers who enjoy a bit of intrigue with their romance.
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**ARC received in exchange for an honest review.**