What happens when you mix an average American woman with a decidedly not average future King?
I can tell you from experience—a whole lot of complications.
You see, four months ago, my all-American sister, Kelsey, found out that she’s not actually my sister—she’s a princess of a country we’d never heard of. She begged me to come along when she was whisked off to her new palace, so here I am. An outsider who doesn’t fit in anywhere.
Now that she’s settled, I should go back to my exciting new career in New York. I absolutely should not stay in a country where I got shot (long story), where I suck so badly at the national sport that I accidentally murdered the symbol of the monarchy in front of half the country, and—oh yeah—where I can’t stop ogling Kelsey’s actual brother.
The Crown Prince.
The man who has to marry a very important princess. (not me)
The man who must create the next heir to the throne. (without me)
The man I absolutely can never be with. (remember that long story?)
The man who just gave me the best sex of my life…
Did I mention that it’s complicated?
Each book in the Sexy Misadventures of Royals series is STANDALONE:
* The Princess Problem
* Ruling the Princess
* Tempting the Prince
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SO UPSET THIS IS THE LAST BOOK IN THIS SERIES!
SO UPSET THIS IS THE LAST BOOK IN THIS SERIES! This was my first series from Christi and I became absolutely obsessed! This book focuses on the final sibling, Christian, and him finding love in Mallory (Kelsey’s sister). While they are both attracted to each other, the situation between the pair are messy until they meet on neutral ground in a bar and the chemistry is through the roof. We see how individually they both struggle and how the other is able to pick them up and help with those struggles. They feed off each other and it’s great to read. Christian is being pushed into the role of king sooner than ever anticipated, and Mallory is respecting the traditions and rules that follow that, knowing they could never work because of complications post shooting. It seemed that Mallory constantly fought the relationship even though it’s what she truly wanted, and it didn’t help with others around them fed off that and pushed the envelope. Thankfully, their love triumphs over everything and between Christian’s father getting the help he needs and recognizing his issues, as well as Kelsey and Genevieve getting involved with keeping Mallory in the country. At the end of the day, this couple is perfect for each other and I couldn’t get enough of them and their love! I was so sad to find out this was the last from this series – I would love at least a follow-up book to show where the three couples end up especially with all the open-ended aspects of the storylines!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.