Accidentally in Love with the Biker by Teri Anne Stanley

Accidentally in Love with the Biker by Teri Anne Stanley
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

Their love is a long shot…

Aspiring writer Kellie Dalton needs a man, and fast. When she’s rear-ended by a sexy-as-sin biker on the way to a Vegas romance readers convention, she sees her chance. If he’ll pose as her fake boyfriend long enough to impress a bestselling author, Kellie has a shot at saving the bookstore for underprivileged kids she runs back home.

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Quinn knows a girl like Kellie deserves someone with a secure future to help with her store, not a guy struggling to turn a profit on his chopper shop. But if his motorcycle designs win the big Vegas competition, he’ll have enough prize money to fund his dreams…and hers.

A long shot that’s destined to fail…unless it doesn’t.

I love the work of Teri Anne Stanley. This is my second book by this author and I’m actively on the hunt for more. The writing is crisp, the characters fun and the plot engrossing. I couldn’t put it down.

Kellie isn’t a complete prude, but I love how she grows through the story. She’s an every woman. Really. She likes her naughty romance, but isn’t convinced she’ll have one. She wants to write, but has doubts. Who doesn’t have some self-doubts? She’s relatable and I loved her. Then there’s Quinn. He went along with things rather well. Almost too well. He didn’t fit what I expected for a biker, but it was good. If you want to read about bikers, but aren’t ready for a MC type story, then this is a good introduction. He’s more than meets the eye and it’s good. Plus, the chemistry is fantastic.

If you’re looking for a fun romance with naughty things, a convention gone somewhat out of control and a great time, then this might be the book for you.

Crave by Tracy Wolff

Crave by Tracy Wolff
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal
Length: Full (400 pgs)
Age Recommendation: 16+
Rated: 4.5 stars
Review by Lupine

My whole world changed when I stepped inside the academy. Nothing is right about this place or the other students in it. Here I am, a mere mortal among gods…or monsters. I still can’t decide which of these warring factions I belong to, if I belong at all. I only know the one thing that unites them is their hatred of me.

Then there’s Jaxon Vega. A vampire with deadly secrets who hasn’t felt anything for a hundred years. But there’s something about him that calls to me, something broken in him that somehow fits with what’s broken in me.
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Because Jaxon walled himself off for a reason. And now someone wants to wake a sleeping monster, and I’m wondering if I was brought here intentionally—as the bait.

I am not typically a person who jumps at the opportunity to read a YA vampire book of any kind (I’m a young adult who never liked Twilight). However, after being offered the opportunity to read an up and coming twist on the subject, I couldn’t resist. It was written in first person, present tense which isn’t my favorite POV, but honestly that was easy to overlook once I got hooked on the story.

Crave is written beautifully, with lines that will leave you virtually breathing in the cold Alaskan air and wishing you were there right along with the characters. I appreciated Grace’s wit and dark sense of humor with every turn of the page.

The sexual tension between Grace and Jaxon was a little quick to be introduced (I prefer a slow burn), but the relationship between the two will certainly have you on the edge of your seat wondering what will happen next… and be warned: it’s hot. I admit to referring to Jaxon as my new book boyfriend more than once. The supporting characters are developed and written in such a way I can see each of their faces painted in my head. Each chapter introduced a new adventure with Grace and her entourage as well as offering very clever and fun chapter headings (for example, “No I Really Don’t Want to Build a Snowman” or “Shining Armor is So Last Century”).

I loved the original ideas and the twists on the ordinary vampire cliché. I never thought I’d say this about a vampire romance, but Crave is absolutely worth the read.

The Two-Date Rule by Tawna Fenske

The Two-Date Rule by Tawna Fenske
Publisher: Entangled Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Lengt (320 pgs)
Heat Level: Hot
Rating: 4.5 stars
Review by: Honeysuckle

Willa Frank has one simple rule: never go on a date with anyone more than twice. Now that her business is providing the stability she’s always needed, she can’t afford distractions. Her two-date rule will protect her just fine…until she meets smokejumper Grady Billman.

After one date―one amazing, unforgettable date―Grady isn’t ready to call it quits, despite his own no-attachments policy, and he’s found a sneaky way around both their rules.

Throwing gutter balls with pitchers of beer? Not a real date. Everyone knows bowling doesn’t count.

Watching a band play at a local show? They just happen to have the same great taste in music. Definitely not a date.

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With every “non-date” Grady suggests, his reasoning gets more ridiculous, and Willa must admit she’s having fun playing along. But when their time together costs Willa two critical clients, it’s clear she needs to focus on the only thing that matters―her future. And really, he should do the same.

But what is she supposed to do with a future that looks gray without Grady in it?

Is it really a dating rule when you go out of your way to break it? This book had me looking forward to each new ‘non-date’ that Grady and Willa came up with to work around her self imposed ‘two date rule’. The author built the tension with each meeting and the chemistry was hot enough to warrant a fire hazard. Such a fun story!

Willa has a history that made such an impact on who she is today. It impacts every decision she makes for herself to not become her mother, to not go down the path of her father. To make a better life that she can call her own and be proud of. To a fault. Ms Fenske sprinkles in bits and pieces along the way and I could see Willa creating these rules (not just for dating) to protect herself. To have control of her life. But she needed to have that life plan shaken up a bit and one seriously sexy smokejumper was just the right slice of perfect to show her that plans can be changed.

I’m not sure what amused me more. The not so smooth attempts at justifying the ‘non-dates’ or the witty dialogue. It was all good and kept me turning pages. They just had to figure this out. Grady and Willa needed each other and I love love love finding stories where I want to get to know the characters so I can help them find their HEA. That’s not really an option so second best is reading an author who brings me right into the story. This is one of those books.

Willa’s relationship with her dad tugged on all the feels. She says more than once that he’s ‘complicated’ and I got that. I felt her anxiety when she remembered or spoke of her childhood. I knew Willa would have to come to terms with her past and I had no doubt there would be way more sparks between her and Grady before that was settled. I mentioned the feels this book stirs up. It was on both ends of the spectrum including wanting to throw something at her through my Kindle at one point.

Grady had work to do and I loved the advice his father gives him. And it was going to require patience and perseverance. He’s not perfect, he also had his own issues to work through. That’s why I loved them together. They had their own independent lives but they gravitated to each other. It was beautiful and I want more smokejumper stories now.

The Two-Date Rule ends on the perfect note. Tawna Fenske is a fantastic story teller and I’ll be watching for new stories to be released as well as checking out her book log.

The Awakening: Britton by Abby Niles

The Awakening: Britton by Abby Niles
Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Full Length (183 pgs)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Xeranthemum

I would lick that man up one side and down the other.

Half-shifter and lead SPAC agent, Val Calhoun, has listened to women gush over the Don Juan of the precinct for the last four years. Yeah, Detective Britton Townsend is hot and has stunning blue eyes, but that foul mouth he saves only for her? What a waste of good looks. And no way does Val want that mouth anywhere near hers.

When the shifter community is threatened, Val is assigned to the case…and fails. So the High Council turns to the rogue shifter they’d sentenced to twenty years as a human – that same obnoxiously sexy Detective Townsend. And sends the two arch-enemies deep into the North Carolina Mountains – together, and alone.

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Well, this one was sure different. I enjoyed the unique shifter rules created in this universe that Ms. Niles has created. I liked the different word use for theology references, the hint at uncontrollable passions and a happy-ever-after hard fought and won. I even enjoyed the prickly relationship that Val and Britton initially engaged in.

This novel was full of surprises not the least of which is the real reason why Britt treated Val the way he did. The concept behind it was absolutely fascinating and I respect the twist Ms. Niles threw in when he was exposed to the drugs too many times. That was a nice bit of suspenseful and emotional writing that drew me in and kept me on the edge of my seat.

I thought the external conflict plausible and reprehensible. Takes all kinds to make a world and sometimes the worst villains, even those that claim noble intentions, make for effective skirmishes between characters, personalities and situations. I was quite worried the worst would happen.

I also liked the strength of Val’s feelings for Britton once they blossomed. She really is a heroine because of her actions, her decisions and the way she stood up for Britt and not only defended him like a good police partner should, but as a woman with deeply held beliefs and morals. I was proud of her.

Britton was quite heroic too. He had to make a hard decision and it just about killed him. I felt so bad for him and because the writing was done so well, my feelings were all twisted up in sadness for what Britt was going through. It wasn’t quite a tear jerker but close; it was close.

The one person I wanted to pound some sense into, and who frustrated me the greatest was that super starched up, arrogant, by the rules leader, Mr. “Law is the Law”, Harwood. Grrrrrr, he totally steamed me with his attitude. Ms. Niles created a great character that I would enjoy seeing cut down to size. Val had a better way, an effective way to get through to the stick in the mud leader of the High Council. I don’t think I could have held it together as well as she did.

The Awakening: Britton is a really well written story that kept my interest, engaged my emotions and delivered a passionate and sexy happy ever after conclusion. This is the third book in The Awakening series, and I never read the first two so I can confidently recommend this novel to new readers too as this is a solid standalone read. I enjoyed myself immensely and had a great time. The Awakening: Britton is a must read for paranormal romance readers who are looking for a great romance and a winning story with moments of sheer nail-biting emotional suspense. It’s a worthy read.

Beauty and the Boss by Diane Alberts

Beauty and the Boss by Diane Alberts
Publisher: Entangled Indulgence
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (172 pgs)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Xeranthemum

Beauty is about to tame her beast…

Researcher Maggie Donovan has no luck with men, and it doesn’t help that she can’t keep her eyes off of her sexy boss – the one everyone else in the office calls The Beast. Relationships in the office are forbidden. So no one is more surprised than Maggie when she pretends to be his fiancée to save him during a difficult situation. Not only has she put her job on the line, but the future of the company.

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But if he doesn’t let her go, they’ll lose everything…

Color me floored when the hero is told to ‘make himself at home’ and he tidies up the heroine’s couch pillows and her shoes, not because he had OCD, but because he felt it was the right thing to do for someone he respected. I don’t know about you but I thought that was really sweet and yet the hero, Benjamin, is far from being sweet, or humorous or even emotional. His cold personality is why he’s called the ‘Beast’, and why he’s an excellent tormented hero. I enjoyed discovering his emotional layers.

Maggie is the perfect foil. She’s everything Benjamin is not. She’s down to earth, doesn’t put on airs, truly cares about people and her emotions are there for anyone to read. She defended Benjamin and took his side when no one had ever done so before. It left Benjamin reeling – is she for real? His finding out is what romance stories are all about. I enjoyed watching his reaction to her and how his feelings change over time.

The hero’s nemesis is completely unreasonable and vicious. Definitely the villain was 100% unlikable. It doesn’t matter to me what the ultimate reason was for such harsh treatment, the author created a despicable character that I loathed and I in no way can condone their actions.

I appreciated the sensual buildup of the physical side of their relationship until the point of ‘the knee’. It was quite hot but kind of amusing too, especially the dialogue that came later. I really liked how the author placed those love scenes, how they were written and what she chose to show me. It was very fun reading.

Beauty and the Boss has an emotional richness and a vibrant romance that’s sure to please. The main characters are engaging and fun to watch as they fall in love. I enjoyed Maggie’s family’s cameo appearance and the sweet and happy scene that stemmed from it. There’s so much to like and enjoy, I am happy recommending Beauty and the Boss to fellow romance readers. It’s a treat.

Playing For Her Heart by Megan Erickson

Playing For Her Heart by Megan Erickson
The Gamers Book 2
Publisher: Entangled Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (148 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Honeysuckle

A sexy category romance from Entangled’s Brazen imprint…

She wanted fantasy. He’s about to make it a reality…

Grant Osprey just had the hottest sex of his life. Sure, they were both in costume, and yes, it was anonymous, but he never expected her to bolt in the middle of the night without so much as a good bye, let alone exchanging numbers. Or names. All he’s left with are her panties and some seriously X-rated memories…until he meets his business partner’s little sister.

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Cosplay is Chloe’s only chance to leave her boring, socially awkward world behind. To forget that she’s failing at life and can’t be with anyone, let alone a single-father like Grant. But the raw hunger between them is undeniable. With him, she can be a misbehaving maid. A sexy call girl for hire. Each scene pushes Chloe beyond her strict boundaries, until Grant demands the one character she can’t play.


There was more to his cos-playing warrior princess than he knew and more importantly there was more to Chloe than she knew. She was exactly who Grant and Sydney needed in their lives. She just needed a little convincing.

I fell in love with Grant and his daughter Sydney in Playing For Her Heart. This is a dad who accepted the responsibility of raising his daughter as opposed to giving her up for adoption. He had the benefit of his parents to help but took the responsibility seriously. It might be one of the few things he takes seriously. Until he meets Chloe.

Chloe is the sister of a character I met in the first book, Ethan. They have a mutual back story that just tore at my heart. The way Chloe sees herself, or maybe the problem is she doesn’t see herself, drives her to live a very private life behind a keyboard and a computer screen. I loved that Grant is so out there, he won’t let her hide and once she admits to falling in love with both him and Sydney, all bets are off. It was so much fun to watch!

Where Grant is all fun and distraction in the corporate world, he’s totally intense and one track minded in the bedroom and Chloe loves every minute of it. It was an interesting dichotomy of a character. Like flipping a light switch from off to on. An “on” Grant was quite a scorching hot sight to see.

The only thing I felt like I missed out on in this book was some resolution for Ethan. The splinter in his relationship with his parents, while realistic, is painful to witness. It made me a little bit angry with his parents even though I get that they’re all grieving for the loss of a daughter/sister. I’m still holding out hope that Ms. Erickson plans to give him an HEA. He’s such a self-tortured character, he needs someone to him back into the light.

This was another good addition to this series overall. I loved watching Chloe move out of the shadows and accept the love Grant was offering. Their story was very satisfying and I look forward to reading Chad and Owen’s story next. I love finding a new author that speaks to me and has a ready made back log of books to dive into. Readers who look for a good heart-filled contemporary should give this one a try.

Changing His Game by Megan Erickson

Changing His Game by Megan Erickson
The Gamers Book 1
Publisher: Entangled Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (212 pages)
Other: M/F, spanking
Rating: 4.5 stars
Reviewed by Honeysuckle

He controls the game, but she’s rewriting all the rules…

Marley Lake is no stranger to awkwardness, but getting caught watching a dirty GIF by the company’s hot new IT guy exceeds even her standards. That is, until she realizes he’s as turned on by it as she is. But with a big promotion on the line, she refuses to let her current dry spell be her downfall. Maybe.

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But reality’s not as virtual as it seems, and when Austin’s identity jeopardizes Marley’s promotion, he has to change his game or risk losing the only woman with the cheat code to his heart.

One little slip and a fantasy becomes reality that becomes a love that neither thought they’d find. I think I stopped breathing a time or two while reading this one.

The setup had me laughing and cringing for Marley’s sake in the beginning. She’s such a cool character though, she takes it in stride and manages to snag a seriously intense relationship with Austin. These two are the epitome of opposite personalities attract but they have so much in common otherwise it simply works. And by works I mean, they crave what the other wants and has to offer. Truly two halves of whole. I loved watching them try so hard to focus on what seemed right when what they both knew they wanted was just a little bit wrong.

This book isn’t marketed as a BDSM type novel. It’s not in the sense of a club or protocol that goes along with that lifestyle but it has some very similar elements. Austin needs to be in charge, especially in the bedroom and Marley wants him to be. She’s in a high-stress position and wants the release of submission in the bedroom. Austin is very dark and broody but not in such a way that he simply comes off as arrogant. His back story and trust issues are meant to earn sympathy from the reader and it does that.

There’s mild spanking, blindfolding, and a little bit of role play. Marley gets off on Austin’s commanding nature as much as he does wielding the power to command her pleasure. He really likes to keep her on edge in semi-public places but he never embarrasses her. It was some very hot, HOT scenes.

This book is also full of some fun bromance between Austin and his best friend, Grant. It doesn’t go beyond picking at each other the way close guy friends do but it’s a lot of fun to watch. And a little hot. I’m looking forward to reading Grant’s story next. Also, Marley’s brother, Chad, adds a lot to this story. These siblings are close. They have some really great scenes together. Chad is open to whoever sparks his fancy and I was excited to see that his book is already out as well. That’s going to be a fun read, too. One other character I met that stirred my interest is Ethan. He has a really tragic backstory and I’m curious if Ms. Erickson plans to give him a HEA after all he’s been through. I hope to see more of him in Grant’s book.

Ms. Erickson has firmly earned a spot on my author watch list. Changing His Game was a really nice read and a good beginning to the series. An easy recommend.

Locked, Loaded and Lying by Sarah Andre

Locked, Loaded and Lying by Sarah Andre
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Suspense/Mystery
Length: Full Length (408 pgs)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Cholla

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Journalist Jordan Sinclair is out of options. To satisfy her blackmailer, she must get the inside scoop (and its cash reward) on Lock Roane. An attraction to the arrogant athlete was not part of the plan. Neither is trying to find out what really happened that night. Now Jordan risks everything – including her life – to help the man she’s falling for. A man who just might be a cold-blooded killer…

He only wants to prove his innocence while she’s looking for the story of a lifetime. While Lock Roane is content to hide out until the murder trial of his girlfriend Tiffany begins, Jordan Sinclair, a freelance journalist, has other ideas. She’s running out of time and in order to keep herself and her mother safe, she’s going to have to commit the ultimate betrayal. But can she do it or has Lock and Load already gotten too far under her skin?

I’m not going to lie – I really liked Lock from the beginning, even when he was being a bit of a jerk to his extremely drunk girlfriend. He has this vibe of ‘yes, I’m being a jerk, but it’s for your own good’. As you get to know him better, you come to understand, mostly through Jordan’s eyes, that the cocky, jerky exterior is his ‘Lock and Load’ persona, that of the world-famous skier. The one he needs to survive in that world. His strained relationship with his brother only enhances his softer side, the one he doesn’t want anyone to see.

Jordan I wasn’t as sure about in the beginning. She had her reasons for doing what she planned to do, but I kept expecting her to quit lying and come clean long before she did. If I were in her position, I probably would have stuck it out just as long as she did, but I still held out hope. In the end, she did the right thing, though, so she does have that going for her. Although she’s both troubled and in serious trouble, she really does care for both Lock and his brother, Leo.

Although the mystery of who really killed Tiffany was a little obvious, this isn’t the kind of book you read for the mystery. It’s the kind of book you read for the bonding, the friendship, and the budding love story. I especially enjoyed watching Lock and Leo repair their relationship that had been damaged for too many years. Well written and intense, Locked, Loaded and Lying is a story that kept me engaged until the very end.

Miss Winters Proposes by Frances Fowlkes

Miss Winters Proposes by Frances Fowlkes
Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
Genre: Historical
Length: Short Story (145 pgs)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Xeranthemum

An unseemly proposal…

Juliet Winters has come up with a wonderfully devious plan to avoid marrying her vile cur of a cousin. First, she’ll propose marriage to her handsome, reclusive neighbor, Lord Colwyn. Then, once she has both name and financial support, she’ll be able to pursue her true (if rather unladylike) passion — breeding dogs. But when Lord Colwyn rejects her proposal… Juliet must take matters into her own hands.

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I enjoy unconventional heroines so I was pleased to meet Juliet and enjoyed watching how her unusual proposal bore fruit. Her intended betrothed is a reclusive bachelor who wants nothing to do with marriage or the complications that arise from being in a relationship. It’s his love for his dog that tips the scales and I couldn’t help but expect that a man who loves animals as much as he should be able to extend that capacity to love to his own species. Benjamin proved to be quite the challenge. He’s afraid. His fear makes for some incredibly poor decisions which contributed to the plot conflict.

This is a character driven romance told from both Juliet’s and Benjamin’s points of view. A reader gets to understand Juliet a whole lot better because she’s the stronger of the two as far as personality. She takes risks, she goes after what she wants, she speaks her mind and, once she falls in love, has the grace and dignity to deal with a recalcitrant husband. Benjamin, as sexy and wonderful as he is in his own way, has a huge chip on his shoulder from his past. Fortunately, absence really does make the heart grow fonder.

There is a thorn in Juliet’s side and it comes in the form of her cousin. In dealing with him is where Benjamin’s strengths in the story come forth. It’s one of the reasons why I liked him as a hero and it proved Juliet’s choosing of him was sound. Her cousin is a bounder, no doubts about it.

Anyone who loves dogs will have their hearts bruised just a little. It worked as a contributor to the plot conflict and it was very emotional. Because I’m sure it does happen in real life, it’s poignant and effective.

When Juliet and Benjamin explore their budding love in a physical manner, it’s quite beautiful. It’s the start of Benjamin’s healing but he doesn’t trust it. Thank goodness Juliet is a veritable font of patience, understanding and intelligence. She might be hurting but she’s not blinded to the truth. I have a great respect for her character.

The happy ever after is as sweet as I could wish. It ties up everything in a big romantic bow of satisfaction and happiness. Miss Winters Proposes is charming, sweet and a thoroughly likable read. If this is the traditional writing style of Ms. Fowlkes, then I’ll be looking for more. Some days, I crave a truly happy romance about two people who a reader can really cheer for and connect with. Juliet and Benjamin certainly were that for me in this novel so I’m a very happy reader.

The Penthouse Prince by Virginia Nelson

The Penthouse Prince by Virginia Nelson
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (189 Pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Sorrel

Single mom Jeanie Long was trying to save her butt at work by reporting her manager to the company owner. Instead, she finds herself greeted warmly by gorgeous company CEO Camden James…and introduced to his father as his fiancée. Now she’s been hired—complete with a hefty pay raise—to be the fake fiancée of the infamous “Penthouse Prince.”

Camden doesn’t believe in love. He believes in mutually beneficial business arrangements. With his real fiancée off cheating on him, Camden needs someone to help him prove to his father that he’s definitely ready to marry. Yet Jeanie’s combination of beauty and bluntness act like an aphrodisiac, and their “for the press” kisses look incredibly real. So real that Jeanie and Camden are either really convincing actors…or they’ve fallen for their own charade.

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When Camden James’ fiancee started an affair while abroad, he knew he had to find another fiancee and fast so he could introduce her to his father. Camden wants to own the company he rebuilt but the only way to get that is by getting married. When he sees Jeanie he makes a deal with her to be his fiancee and convince his father that they are in love with each other.  This fake relationship somehow turns into a real one that has the potential to hurt not only each other but also hurt Jeanie’s baby girl.

Though this has a sizzling erotic scenes, it could also be categorized as a family themed novel as well.

Camden doesn’t really believe in happily ever afters and love. While Jeanie knows that the chance of her finding her prince is nil. For Camden their fake relationship is the perfect setup until it isn’t enough for both of them.

Virginia Nelson has wrote a novel that not only has characters with flaws that is easy to believe in but she also has written a story with a main plot that kept me reading and a sub plot that kept me guessing. Even though the pretend fiancee part maybe a little difficult to believe in, the characters–both the main and the secondary characters–show a realistic side that I loved. There’s also a dash of suspense to this story that kept me on my toes.

This short novel has a lot going for it with deception, fake relationships, love, friendship, and a not so perfect family. Readers who want more than a simple trope that’s been done should give The Penthouse Prince a try.