Sunday, January 8, 2012

Tulip Princess by Liz Crowe

Lale Deniz was always prone to wildness. But when her family is ripped apart at the seams, she becomes more reckless than ever. Desperate to stop her self-destructive slide, her parents step in and send her to America to live with her brother, Emre. Just the chance, she thinks, to escape the tragedy suffusing her Istanbul home.

Andreas Michos, Greek former NFL star, the recently divorced athletic director at UNLV, floats through life seeking fulfillment. He has reason to doubt his own abilities as a natural Dom and has given up finding his perfect mate. Until he agrees to a 1Night Stand.

Set against a backdrop of ancient cultural clashes and Mediterranean family dynamics, Lale and Andreas meet in Las Vegas at the Castillo resort for their date. But it seems Madame Eve and destiny will both fail this time, unless Lale and Andreas are willing to relinquish enough control to discover what happiness can be found inside the soul of the other. Will stubbornness keep them from connecting, or can they let go long enough to heal?

Reviewer: Dolce Amore
This is the second of Ms. Liz Crowe’s books I’ve read and I must say that she has improved her writing style. She added more sentiment, making the characters a lot more credible and natural, while she kept the same sweet story I enjoyed before.

Lale Deniz was always a little bit wild and unruly, but after the death of her beloved brother, she becomes self-destructive. She feels that the only things can make her forget the empty space in her life after Tarkan’s death were taking drugs, getting drunk, and having sex.

She meets Andreas, who's Greek, and she finally finds her anchor. He is a dominant, a Dom, and he shows her how beautiful the world is when you have somebody to rely on.

I love the way Ms. Liz Crowe portrayed Lale, she did a wonderful job… making her so real. She can be a relative or a friend… these days it is easy to find someone like her all around us… suffering, thinking no one could ever understand her. I give it 4 stars.

Publisher: Decadent Publishing
Review Courtesy Of: ManicReaders


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