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    Enjoyable read

    Very enjoyable read. Light and fun with just enough angst to give the story some depth. Luc and Hannah work perfectly together and I could feel their chemistry. The story is very well written and the story has a nice flow making for a relaxing read. Luc was never suppose to be the spare prince. That was his twin brothers role. He's lived his life his way, carefree and unencumbered. After the death of his father and twin brother in an awful accident Luc now finds himself being pressured to calm his playboy ways and settle down with a nice suitable woman. Yet all Luc wants is the American beauty Hannah. From the moment he met her he knew she was different. Not telling who he is immediately may cost him everything though. Definitely a recommended read.
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    Dynamite Characters

    Quick easy read. I love other Archer books but Luc and Hannah's romance fell a bit short for me. For one thing too many times did the phrase "That is the nicest thing any one has ever said to me" was so overused it was an eye roller for me. Point of view was Luc's but Hannah was the dynamite character. Poor but proud Hannah rocks Luc's world in that she does not fall at this royal feet even when she found out he was a Prince. Luc's brother and mother were interesting characters to this tail as were Luc's security unit. "A copy of this book was provided by Random House Publishing Group - Loveswept via NetGalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."
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    Because you never know if the guy is a prince amon

    This is a very well-written and entertaining book. I enjoyed reading it and would recommend it to anyone who loves a happily ever after ending with a prince. I am a sucker for a royal romance. That being said, I loved the heroine and hero. I really appreciated the emphasis the author put on the common sense precautions the heroine and her girlfriend took to protect themselves from predators. GOOD FOR YOU! I can't ever remember reading a story that actually gave you tips on how to protect yourselves from unknown persons that you might meet in a bar (or other settings) and wish to spend time alone with (date/hook up). Because you never know if the guy is a prince among men or a frog.
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    3.5 Stars!

    This was a whirlwind romance between a reluctant “spare” prince and an unemployed cosmetologist. A big portion of this book was Luc and Hannah going on adventurous dates as they got to know each other during their weeklong fling. At first Luc kept his identity secret but when Hannah found out, he knew he wanted more than a week with her. He just has to convince Hannah to leave her life in Vegas to go home with him to Monaco. This was a cute story with a little bit of serious thrown in. Their story is like a fairytale come true except Hanna lives in reality and it takes some convincing from Luc to give them a chance. Throw in conflict with the true prince, Luc’s brother and that fairytale doesn’t feel like a fairytale anymore. ARC provided by NetGalley.
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    Prince and the Commoner

    3 stars. Synopsis: Luc was the third born in the royal family, and was quite happy to be in the Air Force. However, his father and his twin brother, the second born, were killed in a plane crash, and as he is now the heir to his older brother, he has to assume a lot more royal duties. Luc is still mourning the loss of his twin, and how his family changed toward him after the accident. Luc is asked by his brother to go to Las Vegas to a convention. Instead of following the rigid schedule that his brother has set up, Luc plays hooky, and tourist his first night there, and meets Hannah. Something about Hannah (hint: her boobs) intrigues Luc, and at the end of the night, he asks if they can get together again. Hannah agrees, not knowing that he is a prince, but says that she wants to plan it. Amid hectoring calls from his brother, snotty comments from his PA, and security concerns by his security team in this date that they have no control over, Luc discovers that he really likes Hannah, for more than just her body. When Hannah discovers that Luc is really a prince, she is not happy, but Luc convinces her to give them a try. What I liked: That Luc's voice was consistent throughout the story. I also liked that he really appreciated Hannah for the warm, funny person that she was, and recognized how different she was from everyone he knew. I also liked that Hannah stood up for herself, and didn't let someone royal walk all over her. I felt that the grieving process for each family member was realistic, since no person grieves in exactly the same way. What I didn't like: Luc came across to me as a spoiled little brat, who only wanted to get his own way, and made no attempt to understand anything from anyone else's point of view. After he and Hannah got outed, Luc insisted that he could control things better, but ended up completely ignoring Hannah and everything that she was going through. Overall impression: This was singular POV from Luc's POV. The story was all right, I just didn't really like Luc. I was more interested in his brother's story, and his security guard. Also, there were eerie similarities to the real royalties of Monaco: grandfather married to a Hollywood actress, who died in a car crash... *I received a copy through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
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