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Her Highness and the Bodyguard (Harlequin Special Edition Series #2251)

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  • Posted March 15, 2013

    Her Highness and the Bodyguard -- Harlequin Special Edition # 22

    Her Highness and the Bodyguard --
    Harlequin Special Edition # 2251 --
    April 2013 --
    Christine Rimmer --

    The 4th book in the “Bravo Royales” series. --

    Captain Marcus Desmarais was found as a newborn on the steps of the St. Stephen’s Orphanage. He was six year-old when he first meets his Sovereign Highness Adrienne of Montedoro. It was then that Marcus told her Highness that he wanted to serve his country. Adrienne had helped him to achieve his goal of becoming one of the best guards for the royal family. --

    Eight years earlier Marcus and Rhiannon Bravo-Calabretti, daughter of Adrienne and princess of Montedoro, had met in a bookstore off campus while both were attending the university in California. They were attracted to each other and they had a secret affair. Marcus called it off when he returned home, because he knew he wasn’t good enough for Rhia. He didn’t even know who his parents were; he was a nobody. Rhia needed someone from her lifestyle, not a lowly soldier. --

    Marcus had been assigned to be Rhia bodyguard while the family was in Montana for her sister Bella’s wedding. Rhia couldn’t take being that close to Marcus, so after the wedding she takes her sister Alice’s truck and makes a break for it. Marcus finds her and while returning to the family, they get stranded in a blizzard over night. After a few weeks, Rhia realizes that Marcus could be in her life for years to come. --

    Christine Rimmer brings us another emotional story, with Marcus wanting to give his child a name and Rhia letting Marcus know that he doesn’t have to marry her to be a father. There is a bumpy road ahead for Marcus and Rhia. Will they find their own true love? Watch for the next “Bravo Royales” story “How to Marry a Princess” coming November 2013 in Harlequin Special Edition.

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