I don’t know how to rate this. Is it really good? YES. Is it much the same formula that Piper Lawson tends to use in her other series? YES. I give it a 5-star rating for the story and a 3-star rating for the originality and come up with this 4-star rating.
Beautiful Enemy brings back two characters introduced to us in Piper Lawson’s last series, The Rivals Trilogy, Rae and Harrison. Rae has trekked off to Ibiza to recover her reputation after outing Harrison on social made her a pariah. Little does she realize that she’s walked into the lion’s den, and she’s about to be at her enemy’s beck and call for the next month because she just signed a contract to play at one of his venues.
I feel like Piper Lawson has somehow captured the sense of affluence and revelry of Ibiza. It comes through in the story. Rae is a chameleon of sorts who can sidle into any social situation and look good, fits in high profile Spain. The Little Queen might be a commoner, but she can stand next to Harrison in his Brioni.
Of the King men, Ash is the one I find more charming. Why do I always like the sidekicks in Piper Lawson’s books more than I like the heroes?
I recommend this read, and these books are coming out really quickly, so you won’t have to wait long to read them all.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary advance copy of this book.
About Piper Lawson:
Piper Lawson is a USA Today bestselling author of smart, steamy romance! She writes about women who follow their dreams (even the scary ones), best friends who know your dirty secrets (and love you anyway), and complex heroes you’ll fall hard for (especially after talking with them). Brains or brawn? She’ll never make you choose. Piper lives in Canada with her tall, dark and brilliant husband. She believes peanut is a protein, rose gold is a neutral, and love is ALWAYS the answer.
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