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Playing the Royal Game (Harlequin Presents Series #3102)

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  • Posted December 3, 2012

    Playing the Royal Game by Carol Marinelli 4 STARS Playing the

    Playing the Royal Game by Carol Marinelli
    4 STARS

    Playing the Royal Game is the last book in the The Santina Crown series I believe. It is the first one I have read and now I wish I had read the others. They sound interesting and fun.
    Allegra Jackson was having a rotten day. She has been looking for work and after having no luck entered a bar and decided to have a bottle of champagne. She was fired because the boss wanted personal favors from her.
    Prince Alessandro Santina runs his own company. He is engaged at home in a arranged marriage that he does not want. When the waitress had just come to realize that Allegra was not signed in at the private club was going to kick her out when Alex stepped in.
    Alex got the idea if she played his fiance and it would break off the one his father set in place. Then after a few days or weeks when the public cry out because Allegra is not suitable they will end thier relationship and Alex can stay in England longer running his buisness. He will pay her a lot of money for the job.
    Allegra could than right the truthful story about her father exfootball player.
    She agrees then everything goes wrong with thier plans. Alex's people love Allegra.
    His father the King of Santina wants an engagement party thrown right away and thier wedding date annouced.
    It is a fun charming story. With a lot of characters that I think have had thier own stories told in the former books of the series.
    I was glad that Allegra stood up for her family and for what she wants to do.
    I was given this ebook to read in exchange for honest reviews from Netgalley.
    Publisher: Harlequin Presents (December 1, 2012) ISBN: 0373131089 186 pages

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 16, 2012

    Very nice ending

    I liked the way the author tied up this series. Showed how the party began where all the other characters met and fell in love and also showed how everyone should be true to one own self. Very good book. Read whole series to get full effect.

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