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I'm a fan of Nicole Snow's biker series, so when I noticed she had a new contemporary romance released in audio, I had to give it a try and download it. Prince Silas Erik Berington lives up to his reputation as a playboy and has earned the titles Prince Hung, Prince Scandal and many more. He's arrogant, good looking, full of himself, and all the women around him want to fall into his bed hoping to be the next princess. Even with his character flaws, he realizes his bad reputation is putting the monarchy at risk.
Erin Warwick and her father travel across the Atlantic so her father can interview the Prince. During the interview, Mr. Warwick collapses in front of everyone, and Erin rushes on stage, trips and falls right into the Prince's arms. Catching Erin in his arms, they have a brief moment where they connect, but her father is soon rushed to the local hospital where he receives some grave news.
After the interview, the Prince starts to devise a plan to improve his image in the public's eye, and keep his "real" lifestyle out of the limelight, and what better way to improve your image and show stability than a marriage. Well, a fake marriage at least, and he knows the perfect person to propose to, Erin Warwick.
Erin's desperate to ensue her father receives the best care, and the Prince's offer is her best option, so she agrees to be his fake princess, and soon a contract is drawn up. Erin insist there's a "no sex" clause, but from the moment the Prince proposes the fake marriage, his desires for Erin grow, and he uses all his charms, dirty talk, and "gifts" to get Erin in his bed.
The narration by Isabelle Gordon and John Lane was great! John really delivered on Prince Silas's arrogant personality. I would definitely listen to either of these narrators again.
Prince With Benefits was a really good story, with lots of drama and steamy sex scenes. I'm glad I took a chance on this story, and will be on the lookout for future audiobooks by Nicole Snow.
7 of 9 people found this review helpful
Not worth the credit or money.
Make narrator’s voice was overly dramatic.
Story was choppy.
Too much sex talk over and over again.
I like a great sex scene, but this was vulgar and obnoxious.
I never write bad reviews but I didn’t even finish the book.
Thought I’d owe it to readers to skip this one.
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