REVIEW: Misplaced Princess by Mari Carr & Lexxie Couper
Today, I share with you the first review to be published on my Creative Conversations blog (but more about that later).
I picked up a copy of Misplaced Princess by Mari Carr and Lexxie Couper last week thinking I’d give it a quick read and Amazon review and move on (like most, I’m elbows-deep in end-of-year commitments, deadlines and Christmas planning).
What happened was something else.
Carr and Couper somehow, without warning (or apology) stripped away what has been a long and unfriendly portrayal of Aussie men. Gone was the thoughtless, beer- and broads- mentality that has for so long plagued Australian men in MSM and in it’s place were the characteristics of true Australian men—thoughtful, chivalrous, compassionate, and intuitive.
Mari Carr & Lexxie Couper have absolutely nailed the strong Aussie male persona and, well, how could you go wrong with an alpha Aussie stockman…
The chemistry between Hunter and Annie was palpable and well-sustained throughout the entire story, Hunter’s attention to her needs (and unspoken wants) was refreshing, the sex was absolutely sizzling and the backdrop of an Aussie station was the icing on the cake.
All I can say is, it’s about time Australian men were seen for what they truly are: strong and capable, gentlemanly and chivalrous, and devilishly naughty. More please!
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