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Cassie doesn't need a boy and certainly not a bad one. Nope. She fights crime for a living, and everything about this guy screams trouble, from his charming British accent to his mysterious past. And Cassie doesn't do trouble.
Keaton's got his own trouble. He's trying to go legit, and an FBI agent hanging around is the last thing that will help his credibility.
All it took was one night of passion to sear her into his skin. Now he can't imagine living happily ever after without her.
All they have to do is walk away. But neither of them ever walks away from a challenge....
Contains mature themes.
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By CDBW on 02-18-18
3.5 Crazy Stars!!!
I've been listening on and off to this audiobook over the last couple of weeks now. It's not that I found it hard to get into, it's just that I've had other books grab my attention away from this story. I did find the narration more enjoyable than I did of King of Code. There were no annoying horns blowing or music.
Megan Tusing and Shane East did an excellent job narrating this story. Shane was perfectly cast for Keaton and had me swooning right along side Cassie. Megan made a perfect Cassie. They both did a great job giving voices to the other characters as well.
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By Stacey Atwin on 04-05-18
Shane and Megan really bring Keaton and Cassie to life!
Prince Charming by CD Reiss, well honestly who doesn’t love an English Gentleman? And Keaton is all that with a side of dirty, that just made me swoon all the harder. Throw in some dark web and under world activity with an ambitious FBI agent, who is determined to get her man (one way or another), and you’ve got gold!
I initially started out reading Prince Charming, and I had painted my own image of how both, Keaton and Cassie would sound and act. Then due to circumstances (life and adulating getting in the way…again!) I had to shelve there for another time. SACRILEGE, I know! But if I didn’t have to I wouldn’t have, believe me! So when the opportunity arose to pick them up again, I jumped on it. But this time round I opted for the audio version. Look Ma no hands! Who knew this option could be so freeing ( my hands) and liberating. I have a limited amount of time to cram as many books as possible in, so this was a great start. I managed to finish the second half in a matter of hours and still got things done. PERFECT!
I’ve always had a thing for accents, and the narrator’s accent and voice, just did things to me, as well as brought Keaton to life for me. So while I listened to the second half of the book, I found myself becoming more and more caught up in Keaton and Cassie’s world. The initial picture I had conjured up had the gaps filled in and I was left at the end of Keaton and Cassie’s story with a complete portrait of their life and their love.
This is just one of the many reasons CD Reiss has become one of my favourite authors. She gives you all the details to feel complete and whole when your done reading her books. Unless of course you’re reading one of her duets, then she’ll leave you dangling off that cliff with barely anything to grab onto, but thankfully not this time!
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