Book Review: Mr. Prescott by Carlos Dash

What’s the story –

I’m the Mayor of London.

I’ve come to New York purely on business. The usual boring meetings with other politicians. I don’t expect my time here to be exciting in the slightest.

But who’s that woman I met this morning? No, girl. That would be a more accurate term for her. She’s only twenty-one years old. A college student. Someone who shouldn’t get mixed up with a guy like me.

But I can’t get her out of my mind. Every single time I close my eyes, I see her face. How can someone I just met do this to me? That’s the kind of stuff that happens in movies. Not real life.

I know this will be a dangerous risk for me, but I can’t help it. I want her. I need her. And whatever it may do to my career, I won’t stop until I have her.

Favorite Words: “There’s nothing to be ashamed of. Fear of heights is a very common phobia. It doesn’t make you any less of a man, if that’s what you’re worried about.”

The synopsis sounded so promising. I wanted to fall in love with this story but I couldn’t get into it. The language kept distracting me. The older male character felt like he was a horny teenage boy and the college student seemed to have it more together in the maturity department than he did.

Even the sexy scenes were just “eh” for me. There wasn’t heated passion. It was just dysfunctional lust that led to sex being had, but I would not describe it as “fiery.”

It was really disappointing. There was so much potential and the whole plot felt flat to me.

Rating 2.5 out of 5 stars

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