All In by Nell Stark is a gem just waiting to be discovered. This is a romance with a touch of gambling and it was so well meshed together that I can’t believe it hasn’t been done before. Annie Navarro (supernova) is a math whiz. She has won a number of internet poker championships and loves nothing more than the thrill of winning. When she goes to withdraw her significant
The Princess Deception by Nell Stark is a fun interpretation of Twelfth Night and the third novel in the Princess Affair series. It’s a standalone story, so you don’t have to have read The Princess Affair or The Princess and the Prix first (although if you have read them, you’ll definitely want to check this one out too!). Belgium is poised to bid on hosting the next World Cup, thanks
The Princess and the Prix by Nell Stark is a follow up, of sorts, to The Princess Affair. The main characters are different, but we do get to peek in on Kerry and Sasha. The Princess and the Prix stands entirely on its own; the focus of this story is Princess Pommelina Alix Louise Canella of Monaco (Alix for the interest of brevity) and Talia d’Angelis, a Formula One racecar
Tara complied a killer Top 10 Rich Girl/Poor Girl lists check it out here: Want to know the best way to get me to read a lesbian romance? Use one of my favourite themes like stories with celebrities or, in the case of this list, a rich girl falling in love with a poor girl. Does this mean that one woman is actually rich and the other is actually poor?
The Princess Affair by Nell Stark is the ultimate rich girl/poor girl romance with a royal princess falling in love with an American student. It’s sweet, fun, and has just the right amount of angst to tug on your heart without ruining your day. Kerry Donovan is a Rhodes Scholar and the only academic in her blue collar, Irish-American family. When she arrives at Oxford, she’s in her element among