Kidnapped for His Royal Duty: A Royal Marriage of Convenience Romance

Kidnapped for His Royal Duty: A Royal Marriage of Convenience Romance

by Jane Porter

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781488083433
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 06/01/2018
Series: Stolen Brides
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 34,231
File size: 969 KB

About the Author

Jane Porter loves central California's golden foothills and miles of farmland, rich with the sweet and heady fragrance of orange blossoms. Her parents fed her imagination by taking Jane to Europe for a year where she became passionate about Italy and those gorgeous Italian men! Jane never minds a rainy day – that's when she sits at her desk and writes stories about far-away places, fascinating people, and most important of all, love. Visit her website at:

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Kidnapped for His Royal Duty: A Royal Marriage of Convenience Romance 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
grandmareads102 More than 1 year ago
I enjoy a story involving a marriage of convenience and Jane Porter has written a perfect gem. I loved the passionate romance between Dal, the desert Prince, and his sweet, innocent English secretary, Poppy. They seem to want different things. She dreams of a life with a man who loves and desires only her. While Dal wants to marry her so that he can possess and spoil her, but still keep his deepest emotions to himself. Can they overcome the problems that keep them from finding true love? I loved the fiery, chemistry between these two. I wanted them let down their barriers and open their hearts. Dal has so much love to give. I hoped he could overcome his father's cruel treatment and trust his heart. I loved the characters, their passionate dialogue and the exotic setting. Jane Porter made me believe that love can conquer all problems. When I finished reading Kidnapped For His Royal Duty, I was smiling and felt contented. Who could ask for more!
sbart84 More than 1 year ago
Loved this story! Get ready to be whisked away to the exotic Kingdom of Mehkar. The Earl of Langston, Randall "Dal" has been left at the alter on his wedding day so he has now taken his secretary, Poppy to his kingdom. He needs to find a bride in two weeks to fulfill a promise he made to his dad years ago. The perfect solution to his problem is to marry Poppy, only to convince Poppy of this. Little did he know that Poppy has always had a secret crush on him. Loved the flow of this story! Great characters, loved their banter between each other, I felt like I could hear their voices in my head. Great epilogue!! I highly recommend this story
momof3boysj More than 1 year ago
Left at the altar on his wedding day, the Earl of Langston, Randall "Dal" Grant flees England to the Kingdom of Mehkar with his secretary Poppy in tow. He needs to be married by his thirty-fifth birthday to inherit the rest of the entailed estate, and he's running out of time. Poppy has secretly loved her boss--the man, not his title--for years. Dal's solution--marry Poppy! She will only marry for love, mutual love, and refuses, even after learning Dal is also Tal, a prince of the kingdom. Poppy tries to break through the heart of Dal, but he's not a man of emotion. With the deadline looming, Poppy concedes to marriage, even if love is one-sided. As his wife, she's feels like a woman with no place--no job, nothing to keep her busy, unappreciated--and demands to leave. Tal must find a way to keep his wife and prove his love before it's too late! Loved the story and highly recommend.
kenoqueen15 More than 1 year ago
Sweet Poppy, I think her subconscious knew way before her heart did. And Dal, he was a man, yes he was royalty but first and foremost he was a man, but he did everything he could to fulfill his legacy. Both Poppy and Dal had me from the first and their chemistry made this a decadent start to the series. If there is an award for best epilogue I would like to nominate this one.
DJTP More than 1 year ago
Kidnapped for His Royal Duty by Jane Porter. I've read and enjoyed other books by Jane Porter and this one didn't disappoint me. I enjoyed the character development and the setting this story took place in. Loved the first line of the book it pulled me in, "The bride was gone, hauled from the chapel the way a victorious warrior carried the spoils from war." I look forward to reading more books by Jane Porter.
ElisabethWA More than 1 year ago
Kidnapped for His Royal Duty by Jane Porter is such an amazing read. We are taken on an reading adventure from the very first page to the very last and you simply won't be able to put it down until finished. It's such a classic story but at the same time we are simply swept away bu Jane Porter's amazing writing style and she takes us on an adventure where we experiences romance on a new level. If you love your Harlequin Presents this is a hidden gem and I'm very delighted that I read it.
Hpergo More than 1 year ago
Dall Grant’s bride was just swept off her feet by another man, literally. With one look at Poppy’s face, his secretary and the bride’s best friend, Dall knows that Poppy is quite aware of what just happened and now Dall is in need of a replacement bride and fast. Reluctantly Poppy agrees to help him find his replacement but then she is gone. However, when his true intentions come to light, making Poppy his wife, will she up and leave or will Dall’s persuasive seduction change her mind? I relish holding a Jane Porter book in my hand as I know I will not be disappointed! This was my first Harlequin book and I adored the story. I loved the characters and felt it was an interesting story line. I am excited to see that this is a duet as I am curious to find out what happened with Sophie and Renzo.
KerryACroucier More than 1 year ago
A fun, quick read. It was fun to see Dal’s attitude toward Poppy change as the story unfolded. It was also interesting to see how Poppy’s crush on Dal changed as she learned more about him and really got to know him and not her perception of him. I can always rely on Jane Porter for fun characters and an interesting story.
CatmomJD More than 1 year ago
Poppy Marr was secretly in love with her boss, Randall "Dal" Grant even though he was engaged to her best friend, Sophie. Poppy knew neither of them would be happy with a marriage that was arranged by their parents, so she intervened even though she knew it wasn't the right thing to do. Dal, the Sixth Earl of Langston made a promise to his father that he would marry before his thirty fifth birthday in order to keep his title and estates. When Sophie ran off on their wedding day with another man, he needed a wife quick, so he decided Poppy would be his next choice. He knew she would be a perfect wife and mother to his heirs. He just needed to convince her of it. So, he whisks her away to Mehkar where he could seduce her and convince her to marry him. This book really took me away. With the vivid descriptions, the story was easy to visualize. I could easily picture the scenery, the home and the colorful wardrobe that Poppy would wear. Both characters seemed a bit stubborn and set in their ways, so it was fun to watch them finally learn to love, trust and put each other first. I especially liked the part where Dal tells Poppy he not only an Earl, but a prince too and would someday be the king of Mehkar. Could you imagine? This is Harlequin romance at its best.