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Sunday, July 17, 2016

Saints and Sinners Books Presents: Prince Hunter by Xavier Neal; #BlogTour, #OutNow, & #Review

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-This is the SECOND book is a series of STANDALONES-
Rating:  4.5 Stars
Told in the first person.

Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received this book for review from Saints and Sinners and the author.  I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review.  The opinions I have expressed are my own.  I am posting this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255:  "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising".

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The Castle is the most exclusive and illusive male strip club in the country. As dancers we're treasured like royalty and as clients, you're treated like it.
I'm the sweet, southern, brown eyed rope lover whose performance leaves women's hearts in knots.
Every man that walks out onto the stage is loved like a prince.

I'm Hunter and this is my story.

Hunter’s job is all about pleasing people.  His job also makes it hard to have a personal life.  It’s also so far apart from what the family business is.  Rory has a job where most don’t apply.  As you get to know her you’ll see that she’s very sassy and outspoken. 

This is a dirty, hot, and very sexy read.  It is certainly not a book for someone who thinks there is only one sexual position, isn’t adventurous, or doesn’t like reading about characters that are more adventurous than you.  If you’re the opposite, this just may give you some role-playing or fantasy ideas.

I found Rory’s choice of a profession interesting, which led me to wonder how the author came up with that choice for her.  This story shows that it’s not what you do that makes you attracted to someone and also not to judge what they do either.  I think these two compliment each other.  Rory gets Hunter out of his comfort zone and he knows just what she needs sexually even though she is something of a free spirit.  They have a way of creating a lot of heat when they are together and that must be why my screen kept getting hot.

One thing I loved was that they both had issues and that makes these characters seem more human.  If both characters were “perfect”, I think it would have changed the tone of the story.  I also don’t think that I would have enjoyed the story as much if they weren’t without their foibles.  One thing that may surprise you is who has a commitment issue but then again, as you get to know them it may not be. Another thing I loved was that at times it appeared that they are talking directly to the reader.  It’s a way of getting the reader involved in the story – as if you are there.

By the time I got to the end, I was asking myself when am I going to get a copy of Prince Arik.  What’s nice is that because this is a standalone I didn’t have to read Arik’s story first in order to enjoy this one.  It also made me realize that I have another author to add to my ever-growing list of authors to keep an eye out for.  Maybe you liked a certain set of movies staring Channing Tatum, what a great compliment.  You can enjoy the movie and then follow up by reading this series.

Xavier Neal is an up and coming Author and Blogger. She lives in Texas where she spends her time getting lost in writing and reading. She loves Tex-mex, fandoms, and laughing. Feel free to spend her a message any time!


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