Thursday, May 8, 2014
Stolen Kiss From a Prince by Teresa Carpenter
When royal duty calls…
Charged with the care of the newly orphaned heir to the Kardana throne, nanny Katrina Vicente finds herself faced with an even more formidable task—working alongside the boy's uncle, the devastatingly handsome Prince Julian, the prince regent.
Desperate to keep the secrets of her past under lock and key, getting involved with a prince is the last thing Katrina needs, particularly with the world watching. But it's hard to ignore their instant chemistry—especially after one stolen kiss! Could her royal assignment be about to transform into the most magical of fairy tales?
Series: Harlequin Romance (Book 4421)
Mass Market Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Harlequin (April 1, 2014)
My Review:Stolen Kiss From a Prince by Teresa Carpenter
This book starts off sad but ends happy. Lots of relationship with the nanny and Prince Julian and cute Sammy. A couple of love scenes that I skipped over towards the end. This was quick read that was enjoyable characters.
The plot the Prince and Princess of Kardana went on a skiing trip and left their three year old son at neighboring kingdom of Pasadonia. Their plane has gone missing. Sammy was told by his nanny that his parents are missing. Sammy has thrown fits and is hard to calm down. Katrina has been the only one to get him asleep.
When Prince Julian comes to pick up his nephew he ends up taking Katrina with him to help get his nephew home. Because of weather they travel by Royal train car. Katrina & Prince get close and she helps him with Sammy.
It makes you want to ride a train. Of course it helps to have two princes with you.
Katrina has secrets in her past and does not want to be seen in public by press. She is distantly related to King of Pasadonia and is his Goddaughter where she works as a nanny too his twins sons. She does not want to leave the palace to go take care of Sammy but she has cared for him so finally agrees.
Sammy is cute almost three year old Prince who just lost his parents. His nanny left before they were to go home. He wants Katrina over his Uncle Julian. He misses his parents.
Prince Julian now as to take running over Kardana. He likes staying in the background, but his father had a stroke last year and both of his sons picked up the slack. Now it all falls to him. Katrina helps comfort him when his brother is found.
I liked the book, liked how Katrina made things better for Sammy. Even if she had to face off a prince and King to do so.
I would read another book by Teresa Carpenter again.
I was given this ebook to read and asked in return to give honest review from Netgalley and Harlequin.