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Princess in Peril

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2014

    An exciting book to read.

    I loved this book. It was exciting.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 7, 2012

    Great Suspense Read

    This read was enjoyable and very suspenseful!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 25, 2011

    Princess in Peril

    This is an excellent book! Although the story may seem predictable I was enrapped in it from the first page until the last. I recommend this book to everyone, especially those of you looking for a good, clean page turner.

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  • Posted November 25, 2011

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    To Love & Protect...

    Princess in Peril by Rachelle McCalla Reclaiming the Crown Series Book 1 This is one of those series where you will be biting your nails for the next three books to come out. And if you did not have to hold the book to read you might become a nail biter in this fantastic suspense story. I highly recommend reading the free book, Royal Peril on the harlequin site first as the short prequel definitely leads the way into this story. Princess Isabelle does not trust her new bodyguard. Albert had been with her for four years and now suddenly Levi Granaldo is there. He always wears mirrored sunglasses, even indoors, and he is too good looking. Suddenly their motorcade is under attack and when Levi wants her to leave the bullet proof limo she really has to wonder what he's up to. With no choice she has to follow his lead and go into the catacombs under Lydia. After more attacks and not being able to trust anyone, Isabelle finally has to trust Levi to get her out of her country. She has a royal duty to stay safe and at this point she does not know if her parents or brother and sister survived the ambush, if not...she will soon be queen. Levi needed to succeed at protecting the Princess. His father would be retiring as President of Sanctuary International, a Christian relief organization to help refugees find asylum, and even though his father favored his young brother, Joe, Levi was hoping his father would entrust him with the position. He needed to keep his focus on protecting Isabelle and not focus on how beautiful she is, he had always thought so but now that he was ending up in such close situations with her, it was harder to remember that she was not for him. She was a princess, he was a lawyer. They have an unknown enemies, cannot trust anyone, and they don't know if any of the royal family has survived. Parliament wants to name the next ruler before finding out if King Philip is still alive and Levi and Isabelle are fighting to stay alive while they fight an attraction they each feel towards the other. Looking forward to the next books to find out what happened with the rest of the royal family.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2011

    Good read

    Worth reading

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