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  • Last Duke Standing

    Soon to be queen Princess Justine is in need of a husband. William is sent to help Justine in any way possible. Their friendship deepens as Justine’s trust in William grows. Soon they find out that William is the best man Standing! Wonderful story.

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  • Off to a wonderful start on new seri

    A winning start for Julia London new series A Royal Match. Princess Justine of Wesloria is sent to London with spies all around her that are either her Prime Minister or her mother’s. Then there is the matchmaker thrown into the mixed. She must marry and soon, her father the King is gravely ill and hasn’t long to live. William the Marquess of Hamilton also has showed up at the Princess door step, a man she met several years ago and thought fondly of till they had a scene at a house party over a game of musical chairs. Both are very competitive, William claimed he won and Justine claimed he cheated. Having a long memory Justine is not thrilled to see William again, wondering if he is also another spy. William is blackmailed by his father, who owes the Prime Minister of Wesloria a favor to help guide the Princess in finding a husband. Believing the matchmaker is incompetent he freely gives his opinion whether Justine wants it or not. The interaction between the two is great! A real page turner, with a little scandal, mystery and finding true love. Thank you NetGalley for this ARC. I am voluntarily posting an honest review after reading an Advance Reader Copy of this story. #NetGalley #LastDukeStanding #JuliaLondon

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  • Deliciously sweet royal romance

    Justine is the heir to her father's throne, and it looks like his ailing health is going to require her to step up sooner than she'd expected. Still reeling from trusting the wrong man and igniting a minor scandal, she is advised to tread very carefully in selecting her future husband - a selection she needs to make before she ascends to the throne. Set in Queen Victoria's time, she heads to London to see if a suitable husband can be found among the British nobility. William is just enough of a rake to be considered entirely unsuitable for the Weslorian princess, but he's a true gentleman nonetheless and I adored his innate sense of honor. He's asked by the Weslorian prime minister to help Justine find a husband that will work as a conduit so the prime minister can expand his control and influence once the princess becomes the queen. Because this is a royal romance, naturally William and Justine start to get very close despite the inappropriateness of any future romance for them. Just when you think things are going to work out after all, another scandal rears its tawdry head and William and Justine, along with a few of their trusted friends, hatch a plan to bring the truth to light, thus killing the scandal in its tracks. I loved this particular part of the storyline, as it gives us a double dose of romanticism with a separate but equally swoon-worthy HEA. This is my first book by this author, and I was delightfully impressed with the writing style and the vivid characterizations. The story hit all the right notes and kept me captivated from start to finish. Justine and William's HEA was everything a royal fan could hope for. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

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  • Fun and funny

    With her father in the final stages of consumption, Crown Princess Justine of Wesloria travels to England for advice from Queen Victoria. Justine is also under pressure to find a consort before she takes the throne. William, heir to a Scottish dukedom, is assigned to keep an eye on the matchmaking proceedings and ensure she chooses a proper mate. He's decidedly not husband material—so what happens when they fall in love? This is a fun, sometimes funny story—a little bit enemies to lovers, a little bit opposites attract. Justine hates being the center of attention. She feels like she's constantly being judged. William helps her see that it's really the opposite—everyone is trying to curry her favor. He's the only person who's truly honest with her and sees her for who she really is. It's lovely to see them come together and find their HEA. Thanks, NetGalley, for the ARC I received. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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  • A very fun read

    I thought that this was a very fun read. This slow burning romance between Justine and William kept me engaged and invested with its entertaining combination of witty dialog, cuteness, charm, drama, sweetness, humor, twist and heart. I thought William was decidedly swoon worthy and my heart was a bit achy for Justine. I felt they made a really wonderful couple that fit beautifully together. This is my independent, impartial review.

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