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I will find her. I will save her. And I will not be kind to the man who took her from me.

I knew I wasn’t supposed to fall in love. But I did it anyway. 

I was so consumed with watching her that I didn’t see the threat to her safety. And now it might have cost the princess - my princess - her life. She’s gone. Someone took her from me. The one behind all the pain the royals have suffered. And I won’t stop until I find her… and punish him. 

But after I rescue her, I’ll need to stay away. I won’t make the same mistake twice. Even if it means a life without her love. Besides, a girl like her with a guy like me? There’s a reason our relationship is a secret. She won’t survive the scandal. 

There’s no way I can love her and protect her. 

I'll have to choose one. 

But how can I live with just the tease of her?

(This is Book 2 in the Royals United duet.)

January 8
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Customer Reviews

nhelmo ,

Team Winston Isles Forever

Great job, Ladies. Malone Squared does it again. This is the 2nd and last installment regarding the Lost Princess, Jessa, and her personal Royal Guard, Roone. We were left hanging in the first book with Roone being laid out and us not knowing what the heck happened. Jessa takes matters and the skills her father taught her into her own hands. She makes an effort to get to the bottom of this mystery. We get to see Team Winston Isles embrace their last member. Jessa is immediately enamored with Winston Isles and it trying to find a way to cope with all of her newfound information. In addition, she is running for her life with no one really having a clue who is after her.

On top of everything else, Ariel is looking for dear old dad. With some help from lovely Matthias from Blake Security, she is able to track him down. This book keeps you on pins and needles wondering how it will all turn out. And will Jessa ever forgive Roone. This book is exciting and keeps you interested until the end. Just when you think it should be over you get another shot at solving this crazy jigsaw puzzle.

I can't wait to see what they will come up with for Ariel's story. I am anxiously awaiting more from this dynamic duo.

LisaHines711 ,

Review: Royals United 2: Teasing The Princess

Teasing the Princess by Nana Malone is the second and last book in the Royals United duet. This series is connected to other Royal series by this author but can completely be read as a standalone duet.

Told in dual POV between Roone, the bodyguard undercover to protect a princess that doesn't know her true heritage, and Jessa, the lost princess who is battling her own demons and is determined to keep everyone, especially Roone, at a distance.

Book two picks up from book one's cliffhanger. The truth is out and tensions are high. Roone is not only worried about Jessa's safety but about wether he is even good enough for her - she is a princess after all. Jess is overwhelmed by all the things she has found out about her past, her family, and where the real danger might be coming from. At this point none of the royal family of the Winston Isles is safe.

With some hilarious interactions between the stubborn Roone and sassy Jessa, and also between Roone's undercover partner in charge of the mission Ariel, this book has sass, sex, steam, and drama making it a wonderful story. Enjoy!

Collyd20 ,

Questions answered

After ending book 1 on a cliffhanger I couldn't wait to get Teasing the Princess. It didn't disappoint.

In this book Jessa learns more and comes to terms with who she really is as well as the new family she finds herself now apart. She also has to resolve how Roone fits into all of this and how she feels about that. Meanwhile Roone is still very much in love with her and only wants to keep her safe from the very real threat that has been over the whole family.

Everything comes to a head and many questions are answered. This is the perfect end to a very good series and I have to admit Roone and Jessa are by far my favorite of he royals.

Don't mess out on the whole series and especially these two.
I received an advanced readers copy for a honest review.

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