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Royal Dad

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 22, 2013

    Great read

    I am absolutely loving this series

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    entertaining story

    Prince Michel Charles Philippe is the heir to the throne of Marceneau. Since his son Max suffers from dyslexia, Michel hires American Maggie Gillian, a tutor with tremendous credentials to educate the lad. Maggie believes she can help her fellow dyslexia sufferer, but is unable to play the proper protocol game, let alone follow orders. <P>Michel finds Maggie refreshing because she is the first woman in his life that does not automatically acquiesce to everything he says. Even more surprising he believes she cares about Michel the man and not Michel the royal. They have an affair, but she refuses to accept any gifts from the prince and still intends to leave for the Sates once her assignment ends. Michel desperately wants the commoner to stay, but does not know what he really can offer his beloved to convince her to do so. <P>Leanne Banks has written a charming, humorous, and poignant contemporary romance that readers will thoroughly enjoy. The audience easily empathizes with the graceful lead couple, as we understand their plight. There are more Royal House of Dumont novels coming next year from a majestic talent that readers can bank on for an entertaining story. <P>Harriet Klausner

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