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    Fun story with a strong heroine

    This is an intriguing twist on the romance trope where one person pretends to be something they aren't and hope that it doesn't spectacularly blow up in their faces (it always does!) when real feelings of affection and love enter the equation. Ledi, at first glance, is a typical grad student: struggling financially to finish school while working two jobs. Unknown to her is that she's a princess, separated from her people and country as a young child. Thabiso, Crown Prince of her homeland of Thesolo has tasked himself with arming her with that knowledge, seeing as he was betrothed to her years ago as a child. His intentions are not altogether totally altruistic or too high above pettiness, and their first meeting doesn't go as planned but it is electric. Reinventing himself as someone else, he seeks to immerse himself in her life, only to find himself wanting her for real. The first thing that influenced my request for an advance copy of this book was the cover. The couple looked so real and happy. Plus, the background colours just popped! I don't regret my request! The story was just as colourful and lively as advertised. The descriptions of New York and Thesolo were quite vivid and detailed. The other subplots in the book ensured that there was never a dull moment. This is a fun read. I am looking forward to the next in the series.
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    What a fabulous book! adventure, family secrets, all of it with a great cas
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    Twisty

    I liked this story. I read A Duke by Default first and had already sort of met Ledi, Thabiso, and Portia.
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