The Princess and the Prix – Nell Stark

The Princess and the Prix – Nell StarkFollowing on from The Princess Affair Nell Stark continues her theme of European Royals discovering their sexuality and finding romance in unusual places. It isn’t precisely a sequel, but those who loved Kerry and Sasha wont be disappointed.

Here we meet Princess Alix of Monaco, the brainy one who hasn’t had time to find herself, and Thalia, rebel racecar driver with a chip on her shoulder. They have nothing in common and the sparks soon fly. But of course it wouldn’t be a lesbian romance without all sorts of sparks flying. Both women need to grow up – in very different ways – and it is a fun read to watch them develop.

Ms Stark’s books are always well written and this one is particularly well researched, giving a huge amount of inside knowledge about formula one, without ever feeling heavy handed. I am sure most readers will be unaware quite how physically tough it is.

It’s a fun read, light and easy going. Definitely a nice way to spend an evening in front of the fire. I always enjoy Nell Stark’s books and this one is no exception.

(publisher review copy received)

Product info:

  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • First published 2015
  • Publisher: Bold Strokes Books (November 16, 2015)
  • ASIN: B017862E4I
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