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Milan’s notorious playboy, Prince Tittoni, seems to have everything—Lamborghinis, exotic women, palaces throughout Europe and business success. Ramping up his fabric company to go global with a new apparel brand, he ruthlessly stops supplying fabrics to the American client who inspired the collection. But once they meet, what’s he willing to give to get her in his bed?
Upper East Side designer Lex Easton has already endured her fair share of hard knocks. She’ll be damned if she’ll let an Italian stud muffin knock her down. So what if she named her favorite vibrator after him? With Fashion Week approaching, she’ll do whatever it takes to secure the fabrics she needs to make her clothing line an international success—even sleep with her rival.
Lex’s Louboutins are dug in deep to win this war. All’s fair in love and fashion!
Inside Scoop: Though the hero and heroine remain monogamous, their Prada-wearing friends indulge in a ménage a trois and other fashionable sexual fun and games.
(I recived this book from NetGalley in exchange of a honest review)
I have some things I want to share with you about this book.
I liked it, it was okay. Not wow, but it kept the rhythm and the story entertaining. This is a quickly read, a fast paced book that as I said before, entertains you but doesn’t mark you (at least, not for me).
It has two POVS,and that was great because you could know and be in the mind of both characters.
I liked the story,again,I didn’t fell in love with it but, while I read it, I wanted to continue it.
It’s entertaining, funny and with a lot of hot/sex scenes, so if you don’t like these kinds of scenes a lot I’m sorry but this might not be the book for you. But, maybe you like them and maybe you should give this book an opportunity.
One of the things I didn’t like so much about this book is that the characters fell in love very quickly. The other thing I didn’t like was that for me, it had a sudden end. The characters were in a scene and I was into it,enjoying it and there were them: ‘The End’; and I wanted more, it felt like the story had and didn’t have a conclusion at the same time.
Something I really liked about this book was the ‘fashion’ theme. All the enterprises, tricks in business, it was great to read it.
Lex, I liked her. She owns her company, knows and loves what she does. She helps as much as she can and she will fight for what she wants.
Massimo,the Prince. I liked him. He was self-confident,had his own business and he had to learn lots of things but he wanted to improve.
Both characters had pasts,trouble but they found each other.
The friends of both characters were a little crazy but funny and loyal, all of them good friends.
This book isn’t something you have never seen but its an easy,fast paced read. It might give you a good,entertaining time. I enjoyed it. As I said before, it has some scenes might be for 17/18 years or more.
About the author:
New York Times bestselling author Avery Aster pens The Manhattanites, a contemporary erotic romance series of full-length, stand-alone novels, and the naughty new adult prequel companion series The Undergrad Years.
As a resident of New York City and a graduate from New York University, Avery gives readers an inside look at the city’s glitzy nightlife, socialite sexcapades and tall tales of the über-rich and ultra-famous.
The Manhattanites is for fans who miss TV shows like Sex & The City or watch Girls (HBO), Revenge (ABC), and The Bold & the Beautiful (CBS). Avery’s characters are over the top. They have cray-cray fun, speak their minds and always get what they want. Each novel may be read as a stand alone.*
*Took from website.