- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 254.0 KB
- Print Length: 120 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated (7 Nov. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MQWWVZ7
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 12 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #41,580 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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If you loved King of Code (KoC), then you will love this book. It takes you back to the hacker world and again it has this super seductive female empowering undertone. Personally, I love this aspect of the story. A kickarse heroine always gets me going, and Raven was just it for me. She is feisty and sassy and strong. It really makes her standout from a sea of heroines. As with KoC this book does have some technical language, personally I liked it. I love that Ms Reiss doesn't talk down to her readers, she isn't that author that will dumb things down... again, I love this and it makes every single one of her plots sophisticated and grounded. I'm not saying that you have to be a tech genius to understand this story, you really don't, but it's nice to have something to pique your interest aside from the sex, chemistry and romance. Honestly, this plot is developed to perfection. Considering how short this story is, it reads like a full length novel. You don't feel like it's been rushed or like parts have been skipped. Every detail is there in HD.
For me both Roman and Raven were beautiful characters and I loved them from the off. They have this sexy and playful banter that is akin to intelligible foreplay. Everything about them is so well though out. Their connection, interactions and intelligence meld together to form this incredibly alluring and butterfly inducing chemistry that has you salivating. I seriously adored these two, like a lot A LOT.
This is definitely a must read. It was stunning and true to Christine's cunning writing, unpredictable. It had me completely enthralled from beginning to end. Prince Roman is probably one of my favourite CD Reiss books, King of Code is still up there for me. For a short story this book packs a helluva a lot of sass, smarts and sexy.
I totally enjoyed listening to King of Code on audio so the promise of a side story from that book made me a little giddy. I do so enjoy these bite sized stories offered in the 1,001 Nights collections. If you haven’t read either King of Code or the 1,001 Nights novella’s, you need to go take a look. There is a plethora of top notch authors that write these and are of the highest standard.
Whilst Taylor Harden makes an appearance in Prince Roman, he is not the focus of the story. No, CD Reiss brings us the assistant and her search for love in all the wrong places. Raven can’t help herself when it comes to messing around with men at work, an occupational hazard as she works in a predominantly man’s world. I love that the author centred this story around women’s employment rights, it seemed to suit the background of Raven Crosby perfectly. When she meets Roman Bianchi, it sends her into a tail spin and how she keeps her cool is perfect.
But, as we all know - you can’t keep a good man down and that’s exactly what Roman Bianchi is. A good man (and a little bit dirty), hungry for Partner position within his company yet not so hungry that he leaves Raven out to dry. Their story unfolds at a quick pace (as it’s a short) and it’s difficult to make these things work. CD Reiss makes every scene count, every sentence matter, every word earns its place in this cleverly crafted novella. I think my favourite scene is their first lunch (I won’t spoil) but it set up the rest of the story for me, a little glint of what was to come and right enough, their relationship snowballed from that point.
I thoroughly enjoyed this offering from an author I hold in high esteem. King of Code was a challenge that she executed with perfection - Prince Roman is a little icing on the cake. Because this book is so short, and I craved more I’d normally down star my rating, but I simply can’t. Prince Roman is sublime and fast paced and yes, not enough for me, but I can’t fault the writing nor the storyline, so I must give it the full star treatment.
Pick up this book, find some more 1,001 Nights novellas, they are a treat in themselves from your favourite authors. Recommended reading, especially if you like this author.
There is so much to love about Reiss' new novella, Prince Roman. Forbidden office romance? Check! A prince? Check! Engaging and compelling characters? Check! Steamy hot romance packed into a shorter page count? Huge Check!
Raven (who we met in King of Code) is determined to have no issues at her new job and the best way to make sure that happens is to avoid any fraternization with the opposite sex. This should be easy because there is a very strict, very firm, extremely clear no fraternization policy. What better way to keep any wayward urges in check? Then she lays eyes on Roman and temptation rears its ugly head. She's determined to remain strong, even as they two are tasked with working together to lay out the new work harassment policy. Raven is an instant temptation to Roman. He's used to getting what he wants and he is determined to use this new position to further his work goals. Raven though proves too much of a temptation and he wants to have her as well. They sexual tension between both is off the charts (how does Reiss manage to pack so much tension into so few pages?) and once these two give into temptation, it's hot enough to cause kindles to self-combust.
This novella had a little of everything and it manages to be smart, funny and sexy all at the same time. I enjoyed it and my only complaint is that I could have read many more pages of Raven and Roman's story! I have yet to meet a CD Reiss story that was not a home run and this certainly doesn't change that record.
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