Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Crown Prince, Pregnant Bride by Kate Hardy
A royal surprise!
One look into the stranger's dark, mysterious eyes and Indigo Moran knows she's made a mistake in taking his picture. But who does he think he is? A prince? That night Indigo discovers that's exactly who he is: Crown Prince Lorenzo Torelli of Melvante.
To Lorenzo, duty lies with his country—he can't offer Indigo forever. The trouble is…once he's kissed her, one unforgettable night will never be enough. And now Indigo's little secret is about to turn his carefully ordered world upside down!
Series: Harlequin Romance (Book 4438)
Mass Market Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Harlequin (August 5, 2014)
My review: Crown Prince, Pregnant Bride by Kate Hardy
I was in the mood for a good romance and Crown Prince, Pregnant Bride was a perfect fit. It has your good looking Prince, strong independent nice girl who does not recognize the prince, they know it won't work so agree to have this time alone. The love scenes were good and not x-rated. I love the characters even the ones around them. It was charming and made a nice escape. Even had a ball in the palace.
Indigo Moran works restoring lead glass windows. She also designs new ones too. She is working on a window in her best friends house. When she runs into a stranger asking her to erase his picture. Indi was raised by her grandparents. She went to boarding school when she was young.
Crown Prince Lorenzo Torelli of Melvante is going to be crowned King in a month. He is enjoying a few weeks at his best friend from school first. His parents died young and his grandparents sent him to boarding school early.
When they meet again at dinner Indi treats Lorenzo like a normal man. Later she still treats him the same. They are wildly drawn to each other.
I liked Indi and Lorenzo long walks and talks. Their was more than heat to there feelings. It was fun to enjoy. We get to really know the characters.
I did guess how she would meet the King. That was the only thing I could see coming in the story. It left me with a smile when I was finished.
I was given this ebook to read so I could give a honest review of it when I was finished by Net Galley.