My Goodness. Lisa did it again. She wrote a book that left me addicted and craving more and delivered an ending that, like all her novels, left me ready to send her begging emails for the next book.
I have been a huge fan of this author for many years. If you have read any of Lisa's other novels you will LOVE this reis, it is twist as addicting her previous series and brings back characters that we LOVE.
If you are new to Lisa Renee Jones, welcome to your new addiction, this is a series that you won't be able to put down and after you finish you will want to binge all Lisa's previous reads.
Back to our Bastard and his Princess. GOODNESS ME. I will take One Eric please served with a side of YES and a heaping serving of seconds. Please and Thank you.
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ERIC MITCHELL'S STORY
I'm the bastard child, son to the mistress, my father's backup heir to the Mitchell empire. He sent me to Harvard. I left and became a Navy SEAL, but I'm back now, and I finished school on my own dime. I'm now the right hand man to Grayson Bennett, the billionaire who runs the Bennett Empire. I'm now a few months from being a billionaire myself. I don't need my father's company or his love. My "brother" can have it. I will never go back there. I will never be the mistake my father made, the way he was the mistake my mother made.
And then she walks in the door, the princess I'd once wanted more than I'd wanted my father's love. She wants me to come back. She says my father needs to be saved. I don't want to save my father but I do want her. Deeply. Passionately. More than I want anything else.
But she's The Princess and I'm The Bastard. We don't fit. We don't belong together and yet she says he needs me, that she needs me. We're like sugar and spice, we don't mix, but I really crave a taste. Just one. What harm can just one taste do?
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THE PRINCESS (coming soon)
***The Bastard was originally titled Dirty Rich Bastard, but when I decided Eric needed two books to tell his story, I wanted to make sure it was clear these two books could be read independently of the Dirty Rich series.