Max Romanovin, Oxenburg’s warrior prince, is visiting Rowallen Castle for his own purposes, though it helps that his grandmother has requested his presence. Not one to bow to anyone, Tata is acting extremely odd, quite desperate and deferential, and to the louse who owns the castle. Maybe when Max gets to the bottom of the mystery with her he can find the starving women who held up his carriage and asked for donations when he arrived…
There is never a doubt that I’m going to love a Karen Hawkins tale, but The Prince and I is one of the most inspiring books I’ve read!
The Prince and I gives characters and townspeople to admire and befriend. Not only did I enjoy my time with Max and Murian but his team and her widows just push this tale past five stars.
By the way, speaking of the brigands, I may have found something to aid us in our search.” The sergeant pulled a paper from his pocket and unfolded it. “This was in the earl’s library. It is a plat of all the lands held by the Rowallen estate.” Max took the map and scanned it. “Does the earl know you took this?”
“I left a note, as is only polite, though I did not write it in English. I’m sure he will figure it out in time.”
|Publisher & Date:||August 25th 2015 by Pocket Books|
|ISBN:||147678597X (ISBN13: 9781476785974)|
|Steam:||Adult — two fairly steamy sections light on details|
|This Counts for these Challenges:||2015 Let Me Count The Ways Reading Challenge, 2015 Just for Fun Reading Challenge, 2015 Women Challenge, 2015 Historical Romance Reading Challenge, 2015 NetGalley Reading Challenge,|
|Series:||The Oxenburg Princes #2|
The Prince Who Loved Me
The Prince and I
The Princess Wore Plaid
Yeah, she’s a wild one.
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