Winston Constantine is no prince charming…
I crave him so badly I think I might be losing my mind. He’s right in front of me, but he’s just as remote as my dreams of getting away from my stepbrothers. I keep playing his twisted games, and I want to stay just as distant as he is. But I can’t. I never could. I’ve fallen for him. Hopelessly. Irrevocably.
But Winston isn’t a lover, he’s a business venture.
A way for me to pay for college.
A ticket out.
He’s never pretended to be anything other than that.
I can’t blame him for making me fall in love.
There can be no happily ever after between a maid and a prince, no matter what the fairy tales say.
Prince Charming is the second wild installment in the Cinderella series by K Webster and is just as fantastic as the first. This book picks up from the shocking ending of the previous book, Stroke of Midnight, so it’s highly recommended to read Stroke of Midnight first before starting this one – or you’ll risk being a little lost.
As with the first book, Prince Charming follows the unique relationship between billionaire CEO, Winston Constantine, and young maid/personal assistant (and soon to be college student), Ash Elliott. When I say “unique”, I mean readers should prepare for all sorts of consensual kinky fun between these two characters as this series is an erotic, BDSM take on the classic Cinderella tale.
There are still many ups and downs in Win and Ash’s relationship but it does develop further in a way that makes sense for these two characters; although, Win still doesn’t want to admit to actually being in a relationship. I really enjoy seeing these two interact. On one hand, there’s Ash, who despite being young, knows what she wants and is willing to put herself out there to get it. Then there is Winston, who might think he holds the power since he’s older and richer, but in reality needs a strong woman like Ash to show him how to truly be happy.
While some of the previous dramas appear to get resolved in this book, I don’t think it’ll be the last we see of those conflicts; we’re also introduced to further dramatic events that are going to come to a head in the final of this trilogy and I cannot wait!
Overall, I found Prince Charming to be an excellent second installment to the Cinderella series and the perfect segue into the final book of the series, Glass Slipper. K Webster immediately hooked me in with this story and I cannot wait to read more from her in the future. A word of warning though, this one also ends on a cliffhanger! Expect a dramatic ending and a desperate need to get your hands on Glass Slipper.
Disclaimer: Thank you to the author and Candi Kane PR for the arc in exchange for an honest review.
Want more romance recommendations and reviews similar to Prince Charming?
Check out these titles!
Wrong – Jana Aston
Corrupt – Penelope Douglas
Beast – Measha Stone
Dark Fairytales Anthology – Skye Warren & more