Title: Nights with Parker
Author: Alice Tribue
Genre: Contemporary Romance  
 Release Date: September 22, 2016


Oliver Parker is a narcissistic a*$hole—vain, self-absorbed, conceited, and egotistical.

And those are his better qualities.

He takes what he wants, and he wants me.

Only, I don’t want to be had. Not ever and not by him.

When fate puts the hotel heir in the perfect position to get his way, my only choice is to give him what he wants.

But I'll spend my nights with Parker fantasizing about his demise.

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Alice Tribue lives
with her husband and daughter in New Jersey. She has a bachelors degree
in communications and is currently working on her masters degree. She
spends most of her free time reading, writing, and when the weather
permits lounging out on a beach.

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4 stars

Another great book by Alice!! Nights With Parker is the story about Oliver. Poor little rich boy, who spends his days running a hotel business with his family, and his nights hopping from bed to bed of faceless women. That is just who Oliver is. He doesn't do commitment or even bother learning women's names.

Oliver is sent to Savannah to work on his newest hotel. There he meets Riley. She is sweet, kind and caring. She has big dreams, that have taken a backseat to help her mom after her father's death. Now, Riley is back home and waiting tables  to help make ends meet. There she meets Oliver. Little does she know that Oliver is only after one thing.  When she makes a deal with the devil, or in her case a deal with Oliver, she doesn't know what she is getting herself into.

Oliver has never really cared for anyone in his life, other than his mother. Spending time with Riley is making his have feelings for another woman he didn't think was possible. He liked being the jerk who  didn't get involved. This new feelings for others confuses him.

I liked this book. It was a fast read for me. A few surprises on the way. I was pleasantly surprised how this book ended and loved it!