The first installment in an all new stand-alone trilogy set in Kristen Proby’s beloved Big Sky world will take your breath away!
Turning thirty-five doesn’t mean much to most men. For Sebastian Wakefield, it’s the end of life as he knows it.
When your father is the King of England, thirty-five is the year that a marriage will be arranged, a suitable bride cementing a future you didn’t choose. The obvious solution for escaping the archaic laws of the throne is for Sebastian to leave the country. And where better to go than America?
Nina Wolfe has spent her career avoiding scandal. As a Hollywood publicist and minor celebrity in her own right, she knows exactly what it takes to keep the media at bay—and what will send them into a frenzy.
Prince Sebastian hiding out in Cunningham Falls, Montana is an unlikely story. Ending up in his bed, even more so. And keeping their arrangement out of the press might just be impossible. The ring on her finger is about to spark a firestorm that will change her life, and no professional spin will help Nina fit into the world of royalty.
Only love could write an enchanting new beginning—if they’ll let themselves fall.
Took me a hot second to get into—maybe it was the believability factor—but once I did I truly enjoyed the way Sebastian and Nina’s relationship played out. I kind of wish Nina had a little more backstory behind her reactions, emotions, and decisions, but I’m thinking it’s probably all in a prior series (maybe Kissing Jenna from the Big Sky series?).
Overall a satisfying read, with just the right amount of romance, fantasy, and suspense.
Unbelievable and wonderful and what a way for it to end. I ended up reading it almost straight through after the first page and now wondering if I’m willing to spend 4.99 just for another cliffhanger. I think I have to, so enjoy this book and good luck debating to continue on.