The Gentileschi Sisters are daughters of a king, princesses who come to the U.S. to pursue their careers and fall in love with seemingly unsuitable men.
Seriously? Alexandra Marcello Gentileschi thinks when she’s contacted by one of the biggest publishers in New York City. The man actually wants to buy the children’s book she wrote. She’s innocent and naïve in the ways of publishing and in the ways of the world, but she’s determined to make it on her own and not because of the Gentileschi name. She chooses instead her mother’s surname.
Ryder Reynolds is using Alexandra Marcello to get what he wants out of life. Ten years older than she, and technically her boss, he regretfully finds himself enticed by the Italian beauty. But after he falls in love with her, he’s is forced to make an impossible choice that could alienate her forever.
Backdropped by the splendor of an Italian island and the glamor of New York City, Ryder and Alexandra’s struggle will tug at your heartstrings and move you to root for them.
Don’t miss this charming six-book series of novellas: I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU, THIS GUY’S IN LOVE, CAN’T HELP FALLING IN LOVE, HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE?, LOVE WILL KEEP US TOGETHER and I THINK I LOVE YOU!
Witty characters, fun, romantic may
I will love you always
I enjoyed it very much!!!
Thoroughly enjoyed it!!!
I received a complimentary copy of this book and I am voluntarily reviewing it.
I just loved reading about Ryder's and Alexandra's journey to their HEA. This story while first in the series, is actually the second book to feature a Gentileschi sister. Getting to reading this love story and touch on the other sisters of this royal family, was a enchanting story. I loved how Alexandra was a strong female protagonist especially for a character so young but she is of royal stature so it would make sense. Ryder well let's just say that I wanted to slap him up side the head at times.
The plot was smoothly written but I wouldn't have expected less from Ms. Shay. I really felt like I was right there in the middle of the scene. I do look forward to more of the sisters.
I appreciate having a dual POV format. Seeing into the characters' thoughts really helped to understand their actions oh so much better. In fact, when the book was reflecting on a different sister, we got a glimpse of their POV.
I highly recommend this story to anyone. You will not be sorry.