Happy Release Day!
by Donna Alam
If a little trouble only makes for a good time, Kate and Kai should be having a blast . . .
Kate Saunders didn’t believe in happy endings, especially after finding her fiancé between another woman’s thighs. So when she met Kai, she was sure he’d be nothing more than a hot one night stand. Charismatic, dominant and dirty mouthed, Kai wasn’t supposed to be her Prince Charming. Maybe more her Mr Right Now. Against her better instincts, she’d fallen in love.
Kai makes a little wrong look a whole lot of right, but he’s learning that good looks, charm and a talented tongue don’t always get you what you want. Wealth, privilege and family are sometimes their own bonds.
It’s not a forbidden love, but it’s a troubled one. One that might force Kai to reveal his not so pretty side . . .
Join Kate and Kai in Australia as they embark on the final leg of their journey in the heart-pounding, seat squirming, and hilarious conclusion to the trilogy. Lies, secrets and shocking truths will be revealed as they discover the destination isn’t always the most important part of the journey. Sometimes the best bits are just where you get off.
This is the third book in the Pretty Series by Donna Alam. You can click on the titles to see my reviews of Pretty Hot and Pretty Liars.
Pretty Things picks up immediately following Pretty Liars. Kai and Kate really need to talk to find their way back to a sturdy relationship. There are still a few cultural issues to overcome. For instance, his protective streak is about a mile wide and Kate is still pretty stubborn.
There are some laughs...and worries...and those supporting characters that bring this book series to life are still totally fun to read.
Some of those that really need to be slapped down...are. And I liked it!
All in all, a great ending to this steamy, fun series.
Full Disclosure: I was the editor on this one. I honestly liked it, too!
Hailing from the North East of England, Donna is a bit of a Bedouin, moving houses and continents more times than she cares to recall. A bit of a clueless nomad rather than the stateless kind, she once worked at a school very much like the one described in her book. Alas, there were no Kai-a-likes floating about there . . .