Zepp Hunt is a high school senior with a bad boy reputation.
Monore James was sassy, stubborn, and smart but she was no princess. Okay. Let’s get into it!
Monroe James stole a car from one of the bad boys in town, Zepp Hunt. Well, actually he stole from her, but she needed it back. When Zepp learns who stole finds the car, he confronts Monroe. She vaguely explains her situation.
Zepp makes a deal with her. He will return the vehicle but she is his for three months. Meaning, she has to follow through with his demands–legal and not so legal.
Although she despises Zepp, she adheres to his commands. But the more she is around him, she feels her defensive walls crumbling.
Zepp discovers things about her. As his hate dissolves, he realizes things about her and he also learns things about himself. Things he didn’t face in the past.
When he realizes he’s in too deep, he must make the ultimate sacrifice–as he concludes Monroe deserves so much more.
The authors portrayed the characters’ dynamics phenomenally. The story was gritty and raw. Zepp and Monroe’s chemistry bounced off the page. I didn’t want it to end!
This book reminds me of that last piece of cake. You eat it slowly because it’s so delicious but you want to devour it at the same time for the same reason, and when it’s gone, you’re looking for more.
I’m hoping for a part two to learn more other side characters in the book–Jane in particular.
What did you think about No Prince. I believe you know my answer. I loved it!