Release Date: March 7th, 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance
I’ve been many things.
I’ve been a son and a stepbrother. An Army captain and a Vice President.
But only with Him am I a prince. His little prince.
Only with Maxen and Greer does my world make sense, only between them can I find peace from the demons that haunt me. But men like me aren’t made to be happy. We don’t deserve it. And I should have known a love as sharp as ours could cut both ways.
My name is Embry Moore and I serve at the pleasure of the President of the United States…for now.
This is the story of an American Prince.
In an instant, he was on me, straddling my thighs, one hand yanking my head back so I had to look up into his face. “Don’t play games with me,” Ash warned in a low voice. “Not tonight. Not after what you did. You don’t even want to know the things I’m thinking about right now.”
I could barely breathe. Pain sang out from my shoulder and hunger sang out from my thickening cock. I was at the mercy of a monster—in the hands of an angry god, as they say—and I’d never felt more alive. It was like kissing his boot, like that first moment I’d been shot at in the trees—the whole world came to life, the forest thrumming and the leaves rustling and my blood and heart all part of this incredible symphony of magic and music that was playing all the time, if only I had the ears to listen. Being with Ash was like my battle high, the fragility of life so apparent, the thrill of surviving it so exhilarating. Surviving him.
“Take it,” I said, my fantasies from all those years ago coming back and making me stir underneath him.
“What?” he asked quietly.
“Take what you’re owed. Take what you deserve for saving my life.”
His lips parted, his eyes hooded, and he pulled my head back even more, exposing my throat. “And what exactly do you owe me?” he asked. “What exactly do I deserve?”
I met his eyes, which were almost black in the dark. “Whatever you want.”
“What I want will have you flat on the ground with tears in your eyes. You think you want to give that to me?”
“No.” I swallowed. “I want you to take it from me.”
He went still.
“Let me thank you,” I begged. “Let me make you feel better. Use me. Use me how you need.”
“Oh, that’s what you want, is it?” he breathed. He leaned in, his thighs on my throbbing erection, and I felt his own, an iron bulge pressing into my stomach. It was massive. He’d tear me apart with it. “You won’t let me have you any other time, not with kisses or love letters, but when you’re bleeding and I’m furious, that’s when you’ll open yourself to me? That’s when I get to have this?”
How could I make him understand? That it had to be like this? That I had to be conquered, not wooed?
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I want to drop the biggest F bomb having reached the conclusion to American Prince. Sweet Jesus. I didn’t think that this romance could get any more crazy or addictive but Sierra Simone has ratcheted up the drama a million times over.
Wondering how that is possible?? Three words. Ash. Greer. Embry. Holy crap. These three left me feeing emotionally raw and honestly, I’m not sure I am able to give a clear explanation of the mess that these three now find themselves in without giving away any spoilers.
So American Prince is told from Embry’s perspective and the timeline goes back and forth from the past to the present. It was an poignant and emotional journey. It gave me a better understanding and insight into his mind as well as his heart. This man loves fiercely and is completely loyal of the people who he has given his love to. There are no boundaries to what he will do to protect them.
The second book in the series drives home the bond between the three characters. It is deep and never ending. Their passionate relationship is filled with friendship, generosity, a bit of jealousy and more love than you could want in a thousand life times. However, I think as real as their feelings for one another are, this relationship is just problematic.
There are so many secrets buried in their world. Just waiting to come to light and wreak havoc on their lives. It causes them to make bad choices – not to be hurtful but because they feel like they are their only options. At times it feels extreme and kinda crazy but it’s so freaking entertaining.
This book (and the series) just freaking rocks. American Prince is an AMAZING read. If you’re not reading these books, stop what you’re doing and get started.