A personal assistant marries her exiled prince boss and learns that happily-ever-after only exists in fairy tales.
When Roman Menshikov asks Rourke to marry him, she doesn’t think twice. Once the ring is on her finger, she finds out he’s not the man she thought he was. He’s darker and more dangerous than she suspected. His involvement in an international war might kill them both.
With wealth and power comes great responsibility for Roman. He’s determined to save his country from ruin but will he sacrifice his new wife in the process?
Passions ignite when the truth about Roman’s business comes to light. Lives will be lost, hearts will be broken, and a new kingdom is about to be built.
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***This is book two of a series and includes a cliffhanger ending. It is meant to be read following The Exiled Prince.
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I loved it so much!! Couldn’t put it down!
The Dirty Princess
Roman continued to keep huge secrets from Rourke both in his business dealings and his past “relationships”.
This dark romance was filled with suspenseful and lusty scenes as they start their married life full of hope and love. Roman was not prepared to disclose his past and present dealings with Rourke.
My heart ached for Rourke as she tried to navigate in Roman’s powerful and secretive world.
I hated the way Rourke had to work with Lavender. The fact that she shared a “special” relationship with Roman in the past and had known him for at least eight years was bad enough, but Rourke was blindsided by the information while having a meeting with Lavender. Ugh.
The saving grace in this dark romance was Roman and his seemingly intense obsessive love for Rourke. His focus and love for her never seemed to waver, but his dishonesty, avoidance, and secretive behaviors put Rourke at a disadvantage.
This was another fast paced, page turning read, filled with dark romantic scenes within a compelling storyline.
Huge Cliffy at the end, and am wanting a conclusion to their story!!
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