Milan’s notorious playboy, Prince Tittoni, seems to have everything–Lamborghinis, exotic women, palaces throughout Europe and business success. Ramping up his fabric company to go global with a new apparel brand, he ruthlessly stops supplying fabrics to the American client who inspired the collection. But once they meet, what’s he willing to give to get her in his bed. Upper East Side designer Lex Easton has already endured her fair share of hard knocks. She’ll be damned if she’ll let an Italian stud muffin knock her down. So what if she named her favorite vibrator after him? With Fashion Week approaching, she’ll do whatever it takes to secure the fabrics she needs to make her clothing line an international success–even sleep with her rival. Lex’s Louboutins are dug in deep to win this war. All’s fair in love and fashion!
Massimo is a handsome prince who is very intrigued my Lex’s outspokenness. At first they don’t get on very well even though there is an unspoken attraction for one another. Lex’s perception on Massimo is that he is a playboy prince who sleeps with a lot of women, however this is far from true.
Their attraction to one another is very evident from the minute they see each other. Lex’s humour brings a very good balance between humour and erotica in this book, which I have not found in any other book.
I found both Massimo and Lex to be likable characters, and really connected with them. I found Lex’s openness during the sex scenes to be quite cringe worthy at points though.
I enjoyed the story and found it to be very engrossing as soon as I started reading the book. Overall, I would definitely recommend this book.