Presley Marks has just become a cliché: the jilted bride. Wearing a white dress, standing in front of her friends and family, she announces that her fiancé—according to his text—has forgotten about the wedding.
Humiliated and angry, she hides from the world in the mundane routine of her life. Working at the Clifton Forge Garage isn’t glamorous, but it’s safe from the spotlight.
At least it was, until Shaw Valance comes to town.
The notorious Hollywood actor is starring in a movie based on the town’s infamous murder. When he’s not on set, Shaw hovers at the garage, watching as they build his custom motorcycle and irritating her with his handsome smile. He was supposed to leave once filming wrapped and go back to his fancy life, not buy the house next door.
But Shaw might regret that purchase once Presley’s ex-fiancé returns, bringing with him a war between old rivals that could burn both their houses down.
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The series collectively is like a murder mystery, drama, and romance all rolled up into one. The author does a tremendous job of incorporating so much emotion into the events. Thus, highlighting what feelings those facing similar circumstances may be feeling.
What draws you in most is the balance of tension in the writing; such as, being able to take on serious dark themes and ease into humorous scenes to break the tension.
If the author’s other series are treated with the same amount of effort that this one clearly has been; then I’m definitely interested in finding out more.
Presley’s love story.
The long awaited story of Presley Marks is finally here with Devney Perry’s 3rd book in this series. Reading the previous 2 books you wonder and wait patiently for Perry to weave the story of Presley. I was expecting a story connecting her fiancé from the Tin Gypsy’s rival motorcycle club into her life and unraveling their love story...what I got was not that at all... Still suspenseful and heartbreaking and amazing, I could not put this book down until the last page.
All the chemistry
Let me just put this out there. I want to live in Clifton Forge, Montana! Actually, I’d be thrilled to live in any of the settings of a Devney Perry book. Stone Princess is a beautiful story that really hit all of my emotional feels with the tale of Presley, the brash beautiful receptionist at the Clifton forge garage and Shaw, the actor who is set to play the man who framed her mentor was the real serial killer. They shouldn’t work. But, oh do they!
I loved this story. Both characters bring their own conflicts and issues from their pasts together and they create a strong duo. They’re very believable and beautiful as a couple. I really recommend this book.