Mister Romance by Leisa Rayven Review


 5 Smooches

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Max Riley is the man of your dreams. Or at least he will be, for a price.

As his alter-ego Mister Romance, Max is a drop-dead gorgeous escort who makes romantic fantasies come to life. No sex, just swoon-worthy dates to die for, and the cream of New York’s socialites can’t get enough.  Whether they want a dominating billionaire, bad boy with a heart of gold, hot geek, sexy biker, or best friend who loves them from afar, Max can make it all happen, but he’s careful to keep his real identity a secret.

Enter investigative journalist Eden Tate. Having caught wind of the urban legend of Mister Romance from a lovestruck client, Eden is determined to publish a scathing expose on Max and his ability to swindle lonely society women out of their fortunes.

Desperate to protect his anonymity and his clients, Max challenges Eden to give him three dates. If she doesn’t fall in love with him, she can run her story with his blessing. If she succumbs to his charms, the story dies.

Cynical Eden has no doubt she can resist his fake romance personas, but when the real Max admits he’s falling for her, she has to decide if the professional liar is telling the truth, or if the passionate man with the mysterious past is just one more character designed to con her out of her career-making story.


A new book in a new series from Leisa Rayven?? SIGN ME UP! From the moment I first discovered Leisa Rayven when she put out Bad Romeo I fell in love. Fell in love with her stories, her characters and most of all I fell for her style of writing. I love her unique voice and her fresh take on stories we feel like we have all read over and over again.

‘I know I’m going to have to develop a tolerance for how he makes me feel, or I’ll end up just one more giddy client on his roster.’

When Eden Tate sets out to save her job by getting an exclusive interview with the guy simply known in high society circles as
“Mr. Romance” she never expects to go thru his full immersion dates and in the process fall for the man who has a million personas. But how can she trust the one she is falling for, Max, be the real thing and not just another disguise he puts on to help women fulfill their non sexual romantic fantasies?


While the idea of a guy helping women fulfill their desires (sexual or just romantic) is not necessarily a unique one, the way Elisa went about it felt completely fresh and new to me. Eden was a journalist who didn’t believe in the one and romance and Max was the perpetual romantic.  I loved the dates they went on and the characters he was able to transform in. Leisa had me in the moment and I felt like I was there for each one and as the story progressed I too was falling him.

“You complicate my life in the most intoxicating ways,”

More than loving his characters, and the plot I loved the descriptive style Leisa uses. I always feel completely wrapped up in her worlds and just love it! I will say that I had an early copy that said it was uncorrected so it had quite a few errors but based on the quality of her previous works I am confident these were fixed for release. I can 100 percent recommend this book to romance lovers. I devoured it and now I can’t wait for the next in the series.