He believes in fate…
Here’s my plan: Crash through the ceiling of my family’s business to become the best hotelier on the West Coast. Nothing rattles me when it comes to a challenge and hard work, but when I spot my almost one-night-stand in my lobby, I’m thrown totally off my game. Alejandra is my dream girl. The one I can’t forget who got away – literally. Which might explain why I blurt out to my meddlesome, matchmaking grandmother that Alejandra is my date for her fast approaching and highly choreographed eightieth birthday party.
She’s been on pause…
Some decisions are harder than others, but agreeing to a date with Drew isn’t one of them. He’s a charming and gorgeous curveball I didn’t see coming, but the more time we spend together, the harder it is to remember to play it safe. I’ve made a promise, and even though I’m now torn: I have to honor it in order to move on from the past. Drew feels like my future, but I’m about to put everything I want in jeopardy.
I only know his name. Drew. He’s the guy. The gorgeous and charming blue-eyed devil who tried to knock the angel off my shoulder. And almost succeeded.
Hot Shot is the third and final book in the American Royalty series. It can be read as a complete standalone, but Drew’s brothers’ stories are pretty amazing, too.
Drew is the youngest Auprince brother, he is also the last single brother. His grandma Rosemary is not a fan of that and she continues on with her matchmaking ways to find Drew his perfect match, only he has found that woman all on his own.
Drew and Alejandra’s story was amazing from the start. They had so much chemistry between the two of them you could feel it coming off the pages, but it was still sweet. I loved that fate seemingly brought these two back together again after 9 months. That neither one of them forgot the other.
Drew and Alejandra’s romance was perfect and it was great to get more of grandma Rosemary (because you can’t help but love her), plus more from Drew’s brothers. This was the perfect closure to an amazing series and I’ll miss the Auprince brothers.