Park Avenue Prince by Louise Bay

While this technically is a standalone, it still follows one of the characters from King of Wall Street. Let’s get started.



I’ve made every one of my billions of dollars myself—I’m calculating, astute and the best at what I do. It takes drive and dedication to build what I have. And it leaves no time for love or girlfriends or relationships.

But don’t get me wrong, I’m not a monk.

I understand the attention and focus it takes to seduce a beautiful woman. They’re the same skills I use to close business deals. But one night is where it begins and ends. I’m not the guy who sends flowers. I’m not the guy who calls the next day.

Or so I thought before an impatient, smart-talking, beyond beautiful heiress bursts into my world.

When Grace Astor rolls her eyes at me—I want to hold her against me and show her what she’s been missing.

When she makes a joke at my expense—I want to silence her sassy mouth with my tongue.

And when she leaves straight after we f*ck with barely a goodbye—it makes me want to pin her down and remind her of the three orgasms she just had.

She might be a princess but I’m going to show her who rules in this Park Avenue bedroom.

A sexy, standalone, contemporary romance.

-via Goodreads


While King of Wall Street was absolutely hilarious, this one was about following your dreams. After all, that’s what we should all do and not worry about finding romance.

Yes, this is a romance novel, but what I love about these stories is that most of the time it’s unexpected for the characters, not so much for us.

This novel follows both Grace, Harper’s best friend, and Sam. Both obviously have issues and are called out on them by several of the characters, including one another. There were so many heart-to-heart moments, it was all really very sweet.

But nothing makes me happier than characters overcoming their issues because they want to, not because their partner made them, those types of relationships don’t really work out anyway.

Sam has experienced some tragedy in his life, but he accepts it after what seems like forever because he realizes that that was no way to live his life. These books that Lousie Bay has written are definitely a work of art, and I freaking love it.

Really this all started because of art, it was fitting that it ended in such a way. You know how they say art and literature reflect what is happening in society? Well it’s definitely true. Between single fathers, someone being orphaned at a young age, and marriage after kids, we see a lot of our society in these books.

And there’s going to be another standalone… um YAY!!!!!!!!!! We get to see more of these characters. A post on that book will probably be up tomorrow. Hope you enjoy

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