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Publisher Description

A billionaire prince searches for a new wife in this intriguing tale of power and seduction from USA Today bestselling author Jeana E. Mann. 

When I walk into a room, people look twice. Once because I’m the Crown Prince of Androvia, and twice because I’m that guy—the one who makes your panties wet with just a smile. My life is grand until the unexpected death of my father. To claim the throne, I’ve got to find a wife in twenty-four hours or be forced to marry the woman who cheated on me.

A chance encounter with the daughter of my sworn enemy changes everything. The first time I saw her, she was chained to a dungeon wall. The second time I saw her, I took her to my bed. The third time, I proposed marriage. If she accepts, I’ll rule her body the same way I intend to rule my kingdom—with an iron hand and no mercy. The stakes are high for both of us. If she turns me down, I could lose the throne to my traitorous uncle. Even worse, if she accepts, I might lose my heart.

Lies, seduction, and the struggle for a kingdom will heat up your e-reader. Grab this page-turning contemporary royalty romance today.

September 17
Ishkadiddle Publishing, LLC
Jeana E. Mann

Customer Reviews

Samantha B. Sokol ,

Very intriguing story and storyline!

Very intriguing story and storyline! I really tend to enjoy the royal storylines and plots, because every girl grows up wanting to be a princess. While it is a romance book, we also get elements of suspense in addition to some comedy through the archaic rules set for the royals. This book delivers with just that – Prince Henry is required to have a wife or he cannot fulfill his birthright as king once his father passes. With his father being sick, he knows time is of the essence, and when he finds a woman he is enthralled with, he decides to pursue her with everything he has with some added bonuses. Everly has grown up somewhat docile and complacent in her life, but also doing what she loves within a foundation. After finding out her father wasn’t who she though he was though in addition to her ex, she is starting to question everything. As the book progresses, both Everly and Henry’s personal situations become a risk, causing Henry to propose a mutually beneficial agreement for the pair to resolve both their problems, and ends with Everly agreeing to his terms. I feel like we miss a lot of background information and character building for Everly, and I would have loved a prequel specifically for her to give us that background to make for a more enjoyable read. Overall, with this being my first book from Jeana, I enjoyed it and am eager for the next installment in this duet to see how the arrangement goes.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

Nsean Richards ,

Good, but could be better.

Unfortunately.. I was under-impressed with this book series. I can’t exactly pinpoint it but something was definitely missing. Henry’s POV was probably the saving grace of the entire storyline. Don’t get me wrong it was still good. But it could have been much better. I found myself bored and contemplating whether or not to finish it. It seems that Everly’s “attraction” to her husband often outweighed her common sense and better judgement in ways that were unrealistic and unhealthy. She came off as a young girl pining for the approval of her husband even though he was incredibly unkind to her. However, from Henry’s point of view you could see how he fell in love. You could see his feelings develop in a way that felt more.. authentic? Maybe that was what was missing from Everly’s point of view. Despite all of this, I’d be willing to try another book by this author because outside of this experience I’ve heard good things about her work.

Lexilooloolex ,

Romantic suspense that will keep you intrigued!

The Royal Arrangement has the perfect amount of intrigue to keep you turning the pages and wanting more.

The romantic suspense will keep you gasping and at the edge of your chair. The book is like a gorgeous chess set laid out before you. The game is politics and the people move around the board as Kinds, pawns and other players. Check mate may not be so easy here. All the players are a force to be reckoned with!

I can’t wait for the conclusion of this duet.

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