The last book in the fantastic trilogy couldn’t be more than epic.
The Prince is a bad boy playboy who doesn’t care for what others were thinking about him, he does whatever, and whoever he wants, women are just like food, different flour every day.
The only thing our Prince Carter is serious about and always compromise is work; his career is on top of everything, the number in his life.
Carter has a deal for of lifetime with a director he can lead him to great things, but the company he sings the contract is not so happy with his personal image, so he met Erin, out strong, independent, gorgeous, who he was thing to add to his list to conquest, silly man, he could not be more wrong.
Carter is so obnoxious I want to slap him, everything is for his pleasure only, and drives me crazy, but Erin is so elegant, educated, and makes so much fun seeing her immune to his crap, the fun banter between those two makes you drive deep in the book, spent hours non stop.
I love when Carter open up for Erin, cooking her dinner, was so sweet, it melted my heart.
Their love was not natural, completed opposite but was worth it.
Amazing trilogy and can’t wait to see what Natasha Madison is cooking next!
Reviewed on behalf of 3 Degrees of Fiction book blog. I really have no words to not only describe this book but how great of an author Natasha Madison actually is. Every single book I have ever read of Natasha's surpasses the last one. She is that good. Usually I am not a fan of celebrity romances. That may be because I don't particularly like celebrities in general. But Natasha brings a normalcy to these characters that makes you realise that deep down they are just everyday people with extremely high profile jobs. That their lives are like living in a fishbowl and deep down they just want to be loved for themselves not the money they make, or how high their popularity really is. Carter - he really thought he was living his best life. That it couldn't get any better than what it is right now. That was until Erin was thrust into it. Sparks literally flew from day one. But if they gave into it, what would happen if it crashed and burned? I was thrown for a loop when the part came up about Erin's dad. I did not see that coming at all. But overall what I enjoyed most was seeing Carter become the man he was destined to be. I really cannot recommend this book enough.
I absolutely freaking love Carter and Erin! They were awesome together. My heart hurt for Carter, he was a sweetheart with a big heart, he deserved a HEA! I really enjoyed this read, I haven’t been so emotionally invested in a book for a while and this one made me tear up a few times. Worth so many more than 5 stars
So I’ve gotta say, the Hollywood player trope isn’t usually my favourite but this one completely hooked me from start to finish! I loved Carter’s evolution and loved how Erin was strong and didn’t put up with any of his antics. Loved the storyline and the chemistry between Carter and Erin. A must read.