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.
After Nami is taken back to her country, Reed can’t get her out of his head – he as never felt this way about anyone – not even Piper it would seem. After being forced to head back home to Philadelphia to deal with his parents financial troubles, it is there that he decided to jack it all and head off in search for Nami.
He arrives on the island of Saja with nothing more than his suitcase and a hope that he can have Nami.
Nami has been pining for Reed ever since they met, but she is still intent on following through with her arranged marriage, and after encountering what her new husband will be like I can’t help but feel for her.
He is nothing like Reed and all he wants is to be King and he will do anything to get that, including hurting Nami.
Will Reed be able to save her? I have no idea what way this story will go and I can’t wait for book 3!!!
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M.S. Parker is a USA Today Bestselling author and the author of the Erotic Romance series, Club Privè and Chasing Perfection.
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.