Falling for a prince is no fairy tale – especially when the prince in question is holding a pageant to find a wife.
I know it’s Prince Andrew’s job to marry someone from the nobility—and my job to turn his search into a juicy tabloid story—but the longer I do this, the harder it is to deny my feelings. And he has the audacity to continue this ridiculous spectacle of a marriage pageant while doing things to me in private that make my toes curl…
The more time I spend in the Montovian Palace, though, the more I start to see the other side of Prince Andrew – the side he hides beneath his brooding exterior and his unwavering devotion to his country. Finally, after everything we’ve been through, I’m starting to learn his secrets…
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Each series contains a complete romance story and can be read on its own, but the following is the chronological order of our books:
Royal Heartbreaker series (Prince Leopold + Eleanor Parker)
Royal Mistake series (Prince Andrew + Victoria Simpson)
Royal Arrangement series (Prince William + Princess Justine)
Royal Wedding Fiasco (special release)
Royal Disaster series (coming soon!)
Royal Escape series (coming soon!)
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
In this third installment, we finally see Victoria and Andrew give into the chemistry between them. Although Andrew still proclaims he can't be with Victoria and must find a wife. Victoria is torn because she has feelings for Andrew and knows this is going to end badly for her. When she finally tells him she has feelings for him, he doesn't react how she hoped and she is ready to go home. Andrew has his hands full with his pageant brides as well. I look forward to the next part of the story.
I'm loving how the story is flowing along between Andrew and Victoria. Now that they have finally given in to their passions. It seems these two can't get enough of each other. It also appears the solution to Andrew's wife problem is right in front of his face. lol Now only if he could stop thinking so highly of himself, maybe just maybe the "commoner" could be the right choice. It is plain as day that Prince Andrew is slowly falling off his high horse. When he hits the ground, he's gonna hit it hard. Can't wait to read what happens next.