A royal seduction
Crown prince Kristian DeSaunters has been groomed since birth to take his place as leader of his tropical kingdom—with the proper princess by his side. Never one to lose his control, he's stunned by his attraction to the free-spirited American stylist who arrives at the palace in his father's fiancée's entourage. Soon Kris and Landry Norris are sharing an instant sultry attraction that shows no signs of slowing down.
Landry couldn't turn down the opportunity of a lifetime to dress the princess-to-be on a private Caribbean island. Falling for Kris is definitely not part of her plan, but the independent LA beauty soon finds herself yearning for a fairy-tale ending of her own. Until someone sets out to sabotage the upcoming nuptials—and Landry becomes the prime suspect. Will Kris and Landry be able to stop a hidden enemy bent on destroying the DeSaunters reign—and save the possibility of a future together?
With the royal flair and every fashionista dream, the author takes the readers to a tropical paradise, where dreams do come true, after some real life compromises and conflicts.
To Marry a Prince is a true modern day fairytale.
Landry Norris is a stylist for the few selected customers, and her latest job - to style the future Princess. She is outspoken, independent, a modern-thinking professional woman who knows what she wants, and has her goals outlined. Not one of those goals includes a fling, or a relationship, or a prince.
Crown Prince Kristian DeSaunters fell for the stylist, Landry Norris, with the first glance of her picture. He is trying to deal with the engagement of his father, with all the responsibilities he carries, with everything his title brings his way, and all he himself considers as his task to take care of, he has no time for romance, attraction, or a fling, but the pull for Landry is unavoidable.
The relationship between the royal siblings is open, warm, and uncomplicated. I liked the family-centered attitude of the characters.
This story is pure entertainment, with Royal events, a little danger, a little malice, and lots of love, passion, beauty, and fashion. It made me smile and the tropical scenery was just like from a dream vacation. To Marry a Prince is the first book in the series and sets the stage for the future books to come. Some of the issues happening on the island were not solved in this book, I assume they will ride through the series causing threats and conflicts to the Royal family.
Beautifully picturesque mental images in a well written, smoothly flowing love story, a perfect summer read for the fashion loving romance readers!
~ Four Spoons
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