Prince Royal Nicholas Worthington is devastated when he learns that his monarchy is being used as a tax haven for the wealthy and drug runners. To protect his people, he flees to Alabama and poses as Nick Worth, an inspector for the National Historical Society.
Anna Lee is floored when Nick Worth shows up on her doorstep to give her grant money to restore her home. She’s charmed by the handsome inspector with his European accent and takes him up on his offer. The two week restoration project turns into something much more, but Nick fears that his presence could put his southern beauty in danger.
As Christmas Eve approaches Nicholas must decide if he can put the woman he loves at risk or disappear from her life forever…
Happily Ever After series
Book 1: A Royal Christmas Gift
Book 2: A Prince in Plain Sight
A Royal Christmas Romance
Prince Nicholas has gone into hiding with the FBI, to bring his small country of Calloway to safety. He poses as a Historical agent to approve grants for restoration. He ends up in Alabama at Anna Lee's house. He is only there for two weeks. As their relationship develops, Nick must decide whether to follow his heart or the safety of his country.
I really enjoyed these two well written characters in the short story. What's not to love a prince and a southern belle. Great secondary characters too. I was a little sad on how the book ended, but at least you get a sneak peak in the next installment of the story. I can't wait to read the next book.
This makes for the perfect Christmas romance. I received this book from netgalley for an honest review.
I really enjoyed this book. The main characters were so different but there relationship was believable. Prince Nicholas Worthington goes to Daleville, Alabama pretending to work for the historical society. Anna Lee Brody is excited about possibly getting a grant for renovating her family home into a bed and breakfast that she lets Nick live with her. The two have an instant attraction to one another but is that enough for the two to overcome his real identity?
A Royal Christmas Gift
Editing! Editing! Editing!!! I haven't even finished reading this book as I write this review. Story line is of course very important, but reading a million errors in typing or grammar or misspelled words is very very frustrating!! Where's the old fashioned copy editor we used to enjoy in reading an actually printed book?