Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Royal Chase by Sariah Wilson (The Royals of Monterra)

Royal ChaseBooking her client, Prince Dante of Monterra, on reality show Marry Me is a royal coup for PR agent Lemon Beauchamp. But thanks to a last-minute glitch, Lemon must pretend to be one of the contestants vying to win the playboy prince’s love and then live happily ever after—at least until the publicity tour ends.
Prince Dante agreed to go on the show to find a wife, even though he already has the perfect candidate in mind. She’s smart, funny, sexy, and completely uninterested in wealth and fame. She’s also absolutely determined to keep him at arm’s length.
Even if Lemon weren’t already engaged, she can’t trust a notorious flirt like Dante. So she ignores the lingering looks. Those subtle, thrilling touches. That pulse-quickening kiss. Until suddenly, Lemon isn’t playing for the cameras. She’s lovestruck for real, and just maybe, the man behind the title is the one who’s always been in her heart
  • Series: The Royals of Monterra
  • Paperback: 286 pages
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance (January 26, 2016)

My review: Royal Chase by Sariah Wilson   (The Royals of Monterra) 


This is a second book of the Royals of Monterra.  This is the series that has spun off the fan fiction kindleworld  of same name.  I guessed what would happen in the end but was worth the journey.  Now I have to wait for the next book.

Lemon Beauchamp. has one client and that is the Royals of Monterra.  She has arranged one of the twins Prince Dante to be on a reality dating show.  Dante is such a flirt.  Lemon is tired of having all her boyfriends cheat on her.  So she is engaged to someone who she has known forever.  Lemon ends up filling in for one of the women who was kicked off.

Prince Dante has been flirting with Lemon since he has met her.  He is not afraid to tell her how special she is to him.  I like Dante.  He is hansom, rich, sense of humor and treats Lemon as a special  women in his life.  He loves his family and country.

Lemon is fighting her feelings for Dante.  She almost becomes what she blames the men in her life for.  She is conflicted about her choices.

This is romantic, funny, sad and clean story.  I wish it was set more in Monterra. Instead of mostly in California.

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