Friday, March 10, 2017

Blog Tour: American Prince by Sierra Simone


American Prince, the highly-anticipated follow up to American Queen by Sierra Simone is available now!!

American Prince by Sierra Simone
Publication Date: March 7th, 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance

I’ve been many things.
I’ve been a son and a stepbrother. An Army captain and a Vice President.
But only with Him am I a prince. His little prince.
Only with Maxen and Greer does my world make sense, only between them can I find peace from the demons that haunt me. But men like me aren’t made to be happy. We don’t deserve it. And I should have known a love as sharp as ours could cut both ways.
My name is Embry Moore and I serve at the pleasure of the President of the United States…for now.
This is the story of an American Prince.

american-prince-amazon4.5 stars
Review by Lisa Kane

American Prince is as complex and multi layered as American Queen. The three main characters, Greer, Ash and Embry are still in love with each other and trying to navigate the shark infested waters of Washington politics. Greer Galloway and President Maxen Colchester have just married and at the end of book one it’s obvious Greer is in danger and has just been betrayed by someone that she loves and cares for-I knew that character was trouble! 

This series is not simply a love triangle-it’s full of intrigue and politics and suspense. This is primarily Embry Moore’s story-the man who has served his king for the better part of his adulthood. Always doing the right thing for Ash, even while that right thing shatters his heart. Standing by while he married another, and lost that love and then found love again. But he is the one who is always the handle on the frying pan-just dangling there, not really part of the whole. 

Seven years. It had been seven years since the last time his mouth had chased mine, had pressed against it, had claimed it and invaded it. 

American Prince drifts back and forth from the present to the past. I have to admit that can get a little confusing but it does serve its purpose. We, the readers, learn about the complex history of the characters and how they don’t even know it, but they are connected in a sinister way that will bring them all to their knees. 

“You belong to me,” he says into my mouth. “You’re mine. My wife. My own.” 

Betrayal and secrets and plotting are rampant in this second installment. There is so much danger and often I felt frustrated with Ash for being so diplomatic. I felt Embry’s frustration with him, because I too wanted him to be more aggressive when it comes to his family’s safety. 

“This is always how it is, Embry. Always. I give and I give, and you hurt me. You throw it back in my face.” 

Of course this ends on a cliff hanger, we do have one more installment until these three have some kind of resolution to the messy existence they have come to know. They have all sacrificed something for their love of the other, mostly Embry. I’m only hoping that all of them will find some kind of peace and happiness. These characters have all fought their own battles, they deserve their HEA’s. 

“If you truly love him, then there’s nothing you can’t sacrifice.”


In an instant, he was on me, straddling my thighs, one hand yanking my head back so I had to look up into his face. “Don’t play games with me,” Ash warned in a low voice. “Not tonight. Not after what you did. You don’t even want to know the things I’m thinking about right now.”

I could barely breathe. Pain sang out from my shoulder and hunger sang out from my thickening cock. I was at the mercy of a monster—in the hands of an angry god, as they say—and I’d never felt more alive. It was like kissing his boot, like that first moment I’d been shot at in the trees—the whole world came to life, the forest thrumming and the leaves rustling and my blood and heart all part of this incredible symphony of magic and music that was playing all the time, if only I had the ears to listen. Being with Ash was like my battle high, the fragility of life so apparent, the thrill of surviving it so exhilarating. Surviving him.

“Take it,” I said, my fantasies from all those years ago coming back and making me stir underneath him.

“What?” he asked quietly.

“Take what you’re owed. Take what you deserve for saving my life.”

His lips parted, his eyes hooded, and he pulled my head back even more, exposing my throat. “And what exactly do you owe me?” he asked. “What exactly do I deserve?”

I met his eyes, which were almost black in the dark. “Whatever you want.”

“What I want will have you flat on the ground with tears in your eyes. You think you want to give that to me?”

“No.” I swallowed. “I want you to take it from me.”

He went still.

“Let me thank you,” I begged. “Let me make you feel better. Use me. Use me how you need.”

“Oh, that’s what you want, is it?” he breathed. He leaned in, his thighs on my throbbing erection, and I felt his own, an iron bulge pressing into my stomach. It was massive. He’d tear me apart with it. “You won’t let me have you any other time, not with kisses or love letters, but when you’re bleeding and I’m furious, that’s when you’ll open yourself to me? That’s when I get to have this?”

How could I make him understand? That it had to be like this? That I had to be conquered, not wooed?


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About the Author:

Sierra Simone is a former librarian who spent too much time reading romance novels at the information desk. She lives with her husband and family in Kansas City.

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