When I discovered that Nami was born into royalty, I knew that she was right. Our worlds didn’t belong together. We needed to move on. The problem was, I didn’t know if I could.
Reed Stirling is trying hard to forget ever meeting the exotic princess who crossed his path in Europe, but as much as he’s trying, he can’t. As he heads back to Philadelphia, he knows he has a choice to make, a choice that is going to change the direction of his life forever.
All Nami Carr wanted was to experience a couple days like a normal person. She’d told herself that she could let Reed go and focus on her duty for her country. Now, she isn’t so sure.
This story was one that I didn’t know what it was going to be about going in to it. I decided to read this on because it was from M. S Parker. I’ve read some of her work in the past and have always enjoyed it. This one was no different.
You are pulled in to a story of guy that is trying to find his place in life after being under his parents influence all his life. He has made some pretty bad choices in life and is now facing them. He comes to meet someone that turns his world upside down and that he knows is worth so much more. After Reed and Nami spend a day of just being normal people together without that the influences of their parents, these two know there is something special between them that can’t be carried any further then their one normal day.
These two burns the pages up and leave you wanting so much more for them. Will there ever be a chance for them to be more than just a fun couple days of fun or will duty and life keep them from finding their true happiness.
This is an amazing hot read that I could not put down and I’m eagerly awaiting the next part of the story.
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Living in Southern California, she enjoys sitting by the pool with her laptop writing on her next spicy romance.
Growing up all she wanted to be was a dancer, actor or author. So far only the latter has come true but M. S. Parker hasn’t retired her dancing shoes just yet. She is still waiting for the call for her to appear on Dancing With The Stars.
When M. S. isn’t writing, she can usually be found reading- oops, scratch that! She is always writing.