His Forbidden Princess

His Forbidden Princess

by Jeannie Moon

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BN ID: 2940151647274
Publisher: The Tule Publishing Group, LLC
Publication date: 04/30/2015
Series: Royal Holiday , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 136,117
File size: 596 KB

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His Forbidden Princess 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read there could have been more.
momof3boysj More than 1 year ago
Young college students in love, torn apart by circumstances, reunited in danger years later. As they get to know each other again, they fall in love, and fight for a future together! **I was given an ARC in exchange for my honest opinion**
M_Bass1 More than 1 year ago
When Ian Stuart went back to college to get his Master's, he never imagined that the woman he fell in love with was not just his princess, but a Crown Princess. With that news came the realization that they could never have a relationship. That was until years later when not only were the Royal family's lives at stake but also the monarch itself. When he heard the news, Ian immediately volunteered to be Sophia's protection as he was now with the FBI. By being together again, would the two finally understand that what they had was not just love, but true love, which could stand any test of time. Can one say a book is beautiful? I hope so because that is the way I felt while reading this book. There was romance that could survive the test of family and time, and even a little action thrown in as well. It is a great read, one that I recommend to everyone.
FromTheSouth More than 1 year ago
(My review is based on ARC e-book provided by publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest opinion.) This 110 page contemporary romance novella by Jeannie Moon is book #4 of a series called Royal Holiday. Since I have not read any of the three preceding titles, which have been written by different authors, I do not know if this book ties into them. With its second chance at love theme between Sofia, a princess of a very small European country, and her former college boyfriend turned FBI special agent Ian, the storyline revolves around Ian protecting her from terrorists bent on overthrowing her monarchy while she is visiting the US. If you are looking for a sweet, quick read with a predictable HEA, you may want to consider this one. For a novella, the author did a good job of character development and the storyline was interesting. About 70% into the book, I did start to feel the writing was a little stilted. Harlequin Romance fans especially will likely highly approve of His Forbidden Princess.
sbart84 More than 1 year ago
A reunion love story between Sophia and Ian. They fell in love in college, but Sophia left out a minor detail to Ian, that she was a princess. Her family said that Ian was never good enough for their daughter. Fast forward, Sophia's life is in danger and Ian, FBI agent, has come to protect her. They go into hiding in remote New York. The chemistry between these two are still there. an they make it work this time? This is a novella but a packed full story, well developed characters. I love Jeannie Moon's writing style. This is book that I highly recommend. I received this book from Netgalley for an honest review.
grandmareads102 More than 1 year ago
Sofia is a princess who only wants to lead a normal life. She falls in love with Ian and they make love. She envisions a happy ever after, but that's not to be. Her mother, the Queen, arrives and tells her that she must do her royal duty for crown and country. Ian forces himself to let her go. His heart is broken. What happens when the meet eight years later is truly romantic. I loved these star-crossed lovers. Their chemistry is amazing. The proper princess and the dedicated FBI agent are from different worlds, but love and treachery bring them together. Ian is a true hero. He has always loved Sofia and put her first. I fell under his spell. Who wouldn't love a man who wants to be there for his woman? The story was exciting and passionate. I loved the romance and wanted to know who was behind the threats against Sofia and her family. Jeannie Moon has an easy writing style that I love. His Forbidden Princess was a great suspenseful romance.
BooksAndSpoons More than 1 year ago
A royal forbidden romance, mixed with action and tension. A modern day fairy tale. The connection between Ian and Sofie is real and raw, true love. But her family and country stood between them, until they needed Ian's help to keep Sofie safe. Even though the situation is fragile, Sofie's life in danger, the feelings from the past come back, the connection is still there like they have never been apart. The reunion is rather sweet, and tender. Ian's protective strike is strong, he is willing to do anything to keep Sofie safe and happy. I absolutely adored when they get together, and they both state their intentions, by saying 'I choose you', cause that is the true commitment, choosing each other every day. The action in the story is in the background, even though the tension and the danger is constantly present. But that bit of a stress from the possible attack, and not knowing who to trust, gave the story extra spice. Lovely, sweet, entertaining and a quick read for a rainy night ~ Four Spoons
Anlenhart1 More than 1 year ago
His Forbidden Princess is the story of Sophia and Ian. They met in college and fell in love, but were pulled apart when Ian learn that she was a princess from a small European Country. Fast forward 10 years, and Sophia's safety is threatened by radicals that want to throw her family out of power. She is vacationing in the states when the attempted coupe happens and is given protection by our government. Her protector is someone she knows, Ian. He now a FBI agent, who has volunteered to keep is first love safe. Do they reunite? Who is behind the coupe? Read and find out.  Jeannie Moon is a favorite of mine, because I like her style of writing. This is a fun fairy tale with a modern day setting. I was given a free copy for an honest review. 
AMANDA_BRAT69 More than 1 year ago
This book had some slow parts that I wish would speed up but in the end I really enjoyed it. Would recommend this book. 
CatmomJD More than 1 year ago
A beautifully written story. Eight years ago Princess Sofia Luzano fell in love with Ian Stuart. She never told him she was a princess. She just wanted to be a regular girl for once. The morning after they spent the night together, everything came crashing down around them. Sofie’s mother, Queen Louisa of Aubonne, came looking for her. She was not to spend any more time with the American even though they were in love. He was not a right fit for her. Her duty was to her country. Eight years later, the royal family is in trouble. While Sofia is in New York, her parents and younger sister were run off the road while traveling to their mountain residence. Her sister is left injured and in the hospital. The FBI believes Sofie is in danger too. She needs protecting until they can figure out who is responsible. No one can be trusted, not even the people who work for her. Ian currently heads of a squad of counter terrorism specialists. He will not trust this job to anyone else. He will do everything possible to keep Sofie safe. He takes her to his family home on Shelter Island where no one will know her or know where she went. Will he be able to protect her when old feeling start coming back to both of them or will she be a major distraction? This is one of those books you fall in love with from the very beginning. I just wish it were longer because I wasn’t ready to say goodbye to this couple yet.
BuckeyeAngel More than 1 year ago
**I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review Ian Stuart is a special agent. He's been guarding dignitaries. Now has to guard the Crown Princess Sofia of Aubonne who he had been in love with 8 years earlier, until her mother showed up and pointed out Sofia's duty. Then Ian broke it off. Sofia's older brother had been killed by a rebel faction, which left Sofia the heir to the throne. Ian headed a squad of counter-terrorism specialists. Seeing Ian again had reminded Sofia what it was like to be so in love that it hurt. Sofia's family had been attacked on the way through the mountains and her younger sister was hurt. Ian was to take Sofia out of hotel. He decided to take her to his family's place on Shelter Island. Sofia was more naturally emotional than the rest of her family. Sofia still felt easy with Ian, even though he had broken her heart.Ian felt Sofia's voice was music and always loved to hear her talk. Sofia was a princess, but she had plenty of grit. She had become independent to a degree. I found her to be loyal, loving, and kind. She loved her family, but Ian was the one for her. She was feisty and didn't do well with following orders. Ian was trustworthy, loyal, kind and caring. I found Ian to be strong and protective. He, too, had only one true love and it was Sofia. I loved the whole story. It was great, especially since it was a novella and still managed to tell a whole story. Great writing, great plot. I highly recommend it.
ljtljtljt More than 1 year ago
His Forbidden Princess is another winning novella for author Jeannie Moon and Tule Publishing. Ms. Moon is one of my favorite writers and every book that she pens guarantees a totally captivating experience for the reader. Eight years ago Ian and Sophia fell madly in love while attending college. During their short but blissful time together, Sophie never mentioned that she was actually a princess, and second in line to the throne of a small, European country. Their relationship ended abruptly, but their love never waned. Now years later they meet again. Ian is a former army ranger and head of Sophie's security detail while she is visiting New York City. Sophie's country is in turmoil and her life as well as her family's is in danger. Ian ends up whisking her to safety, when Sophie's family is almost killed by insurgents. Spending lots of time together and posing as a couple reignites their feelings, which evolves into a future that neither of them ever believed possible. I truly enjoyed this well-written novella. It is replete with great characters, a plot that twists and turns in all the right places, and an ending that will definitely leave you smiling from ear to ear. Overall, a solid read from an author that never fails to entertain. Complimentary copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley.