Today was an emotional day as we watched the Queen's funeral. She had such a dedication to service and her country. All the pomp and majesty had me thinking about the other royal events like William and Kate's wedding as well as Charles and Diana's. Many girls saw those weddings and dreamed about being a princess. But being a princess is more than carriage rides and ballgowns. It can be arranged marriages and never ending responsibilities.
In Kristine Lynn's latest romance, REUNITING WITH HER PRINCE, her characters explore the need to escape royal life. Unfortunately, mistaken identity leads to mistakes which could derail their romance. This book is not an ordinary Cinderella tale. Instead you will cheer on the hero and heroine as they work toward their happily ever after.
Now available in ebook and print. Grab a copy for yourself and any royal fans in your life!
Royal responsibilities have never been such a liability for these monarchs-in-disguise!
When Lissa runs away from the unthinkable fate that awaits her as Princess of Aldonia, a stranger she meets is just the distraction she’s looking for—hot as sin, and sexy as hell. Yep, he’ll help her forget all about her troubles. If only she could forget about him when it’s time for her to return to Aldonia…
… and marry a prince she’s never met in order to keep her family out of crippling debt!
Gael was doing some running away of his own when he met Lissa. He just doesn’t see the need for pedantic practices like arranged marriages anymore, which is what’s awaiting him when he returns to Spain. He wants to marry for love, a possibility he hadn’t considered before meeting Lissa.
So, he gives up the throne to track her down, and sets in motion a cruel twist of fate neither of them could have anticipated. Because the next time he sees Lissa, the woman of his dreams, she’s walking down the aisle to marry the new Galician Prince--his younger brother!
Will the two star-crossed lovers ever find a way out of the royal mess they’re in so they can finally be together?
“What a shame I didn’t meet you sooner. See, I’m a prince on his way to being king, and could have swept you off your feet. Screw that other guy.”
“Sounds like treason, mister.” She trailed a finger along his angular jaw, tempted to keep going along his collarbone and south. “And yes, a damned shame indeed. Stupid ol’ fate is always getting it wrong, isn’t she? Anyway, if you’re up for some fun, I’m here until Friday.” Her finger made its way to his chest, solid and warm. “Take it or leave it.”
He seemed to consider her proposal, pausing before he answered, but not long enough for her to doubt his interest. “I’ll take it. All of it.” A challenge was issued in his eyes, in his arms that wrapped around her waist, closing the last of the distance between them.
She closed her eyes and cinched her hands around his neck, pulling him into her.
She brought her lips to his and ran her tongue along his bottom lip, knowing that exquisite pleasure for herself at last. He tasted of orange blossom and vanilla, and damn if she didn’t almost come right there.
As the rain began to fall, Lissa tangled her fingers in his hair. She had three days of freedom in front of her, and she intended to use each and every one to ravish the beautiful man whose taste was still on her tongue.
She might have to kiss a frog in less than a week, but she was going to bed with Mr. Charming tonight.
Reviews for Kristine Lynn’s books:
Readers love Kristine’s writing and “can’t put her books down”. “This crazy world can make me sad sometimes, but a story like this makes my heart happy. The author writes with first-hand knowledge of true love.” -Amazon Review
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Kristine Lynn is the author of the Treasure Valley and Secret Prince romance series, as well as the linked collection of short stories, Shrapnel. When she’s not writing, she’s teaching college students in Arizona and enjoying the Southwest with her daughter, puppy, and three-quarters of a desert tortoise. To connect with Kristine (who also writes under Kama O’Connor), you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow her on social media.