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Publisher Description

A light romantic comedy sure to leave you smiling...

Elena Murphy is doing just fine—if you don’t count her struggling art studio, her ex-boyfriend suing her, and accidentally tossing purple paint onto a man who just happened to be in the wrong place at the very worst time. And not just any man, but freaking royalty. The World’s Most Eligible Bachelor, to be exact, with the paparazzi catching the whole embarrassing incident on camera.

Could her life be any more of a dumpster fire?

Yes it could. Now she’s getting dragged online and her clients are disappearing faster than free drinks at happy hour. And just when she thinks things can’t possibly get worse...His Royal Hotness decides the best way to fix this mess is to make her the envy of New York—by pretending to date.

Because what’s worse than a prince treating her like his very own Cinderella, including dreamy nights at the theater and a nearly X-rated pottery date? Reminding herself it’s all fake.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2020
November 30
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
400
Pages
PUBLISHER
Entangled Publishing, LLC
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
1.5
MB

Customer Reviews

MamaBird07 ,

A Right Royal Disaster

I loved the premise of this book and the overall characters and story line of A Royal Disaster by Jennifer Bonds. However, some of the items that were pulled straight from real life were just too cheesy for me. You name your royal character Prince William who is slated to take over as King, who romances a commoner and happens to have a brother that is known for having scandals....I wonder where those ideas came from? Despite that, I really did enjoy the banter between the two main characters. Elena is just so lovable as an accident-prone artist that has had some bad luck. You definitely start cheering for her from the beginning. Liam (Prince William) is also just so charming and the interactions these two have really were very enjoyable. Overall, I truly thought this was a pretty good book and would definitely recommend this book to others.

I did receive this as an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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