Her Royal Bodyguard

Her Royal Bodyguard

by Natasha Moore

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Her Royal Bodyguard 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
JKRindy More than 1 year ago
After almost getting kidnapped, Princess Angelina is swept away by royal bodyguard Rico Santori to a small, secluded village. They had to pretend that they were a married couple and hoped that no one reconized her. Angelina has had a crush on the strong, loyal Rico for years so she decides to practice her seductive skills on him. And, since this is Rico's last job for the royal family because he is leaving to build his own life, and opening his own security firm. Besides, she is royalty and he is an employee. Find out if they can get past their differences and find their HEA
AshleyAmsbaugh More than 1 year ago
A tale as old as time, true as it may seem... Her Royal Bodyguard tells the story of Princess Angelina, the youngest royal of the fictional country Mezanno. After a near-miss kidnapping attempt, the princess is smuggled out of the castle to the small town of Tuscora with the head of the palace guard as her protector.  Rico Santori grew up in the royal palace. As the son of a gardener and chef, it was easy to makes friends with the royal children. As he grew older that friendship changed and evolved, Rico always knowing he'd never be equal with a royal. So when he realized his burgeoning attraction to the princess he knew he had to leave. After the kidnapping attempt the two flee to Tuscora masquerading as newlyweds. While there the two deepen their connection, but everything never goes as planned. Her Royal Bodyguard is not a new story but a tried and true formula on romance. There was nothing really special about the book that kept my interest for long. Angelina is pretty spoiled and does her best to get what she wants. Rico isn't that much more likable either. For being the head of a palace guard, he's very indecisive about life. Yes, he made some decisions but he always allowed his attraction to Angelina take precedent over her safety, over his peace of mind. Overall, not a bad book, but it's been done better.