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    Disappointing

    At the start of Royal Pain, Kian is the typical playboy and then meets Savvy. Their initial interaction were witty and quite funny with Savvy's attitude and the banter between them, and I actually liked Savvy until she started to doubt everything. The he hasn't called, will he call, oh, no he's not going to call quickly became tedious, but I could've overlooked that. However, there were a few other things that I couldn't overlook. The blurb does allude to the fact that Kian may not be Savvy's first prince and I suppose I should've thought of it, but it didn't occur to me that her first prince could be Kian's brother. It's bad enough that his brother is missing and possibly dead, but he then pursue's this woman even after learning of her past relationship with his brother. For me, that part alone is a bit of an ick factor. Once our couple seals the deal, the story starts to go downhill at a rapid pace. Their marathon steamy times were repetitive and way over the top - I started skimming after around 20 pages on my Kindle on their first, umm, encounter, and skimmed the rest after that. One, in particular, was at least a couple of chapters long. I'm no prude and I do like a good steamy story, but once Kian and Savvy get together, there was very little story and lots and lots of getting together with Savvy freaking out over whether or not he'll call in between. I did finish the book, but not because I cared where the relationship was going. Honestly, I only wanted to see what happened to the brother, and that last bit of the book was the best of it for me. I understand that there is another His Royal Hotness novel coming, but if this one is any indication of what is to come, I think I'll skip it.
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    Great read

    Although I'm a huge Tracy Wolff fan, I must admit I was a little skeptical about this one. Shame on me. I should have know Ms. Wolff would craft a story that would pull me in and have me hooked in no time. I couldn't put this one down! Kian is suppose to be the spare prince. He's always known his twin brother was the prince that would take over the throne. He's lived his life fun and fast. Until now! When his brother is kidnapped and presumed dead he is called back to the palace to take his place as next in line to the throne. The one spot he's never wanted. Now the most wanted bachelor around he needs to fend off all the crown chasers and he has his eye on Savannah Breslin to help with that! That's when the drama really starts. A great read and definitely one I recommend. Can't wait for the next in the series.
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    Your royal hotness

    Good solid book. I liked the relationship between Kian and Savvy. They had good chemistry and I was rooting for them to be together. This was a cute and sweet story with a lot of steam between the mcs. I liked the conflict and resolution to this one. It fit the book well. Looking forward to Garrett's story.
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    4 Royal Stars!

    This is one of those books where the ending made all the difference for me. This book started out a little rough and I get why. We have twins who are in line for the throne. Garrett, the older twin is first in line and the typical play-by-the-rules man. Then we have Kian. The Spare. That's what he's called because if something happens to Garrett, then Kian gets the throne. Kian is the ultimate playboy. He gets all the luxury of being a prince without the duties. I think it's over the top when we hear so much about a mans playboy ways and I just don't enjoy that. However, I get the author needed to establish that he is the irresponsible one and show the growth in his character throughout the story. And she was right. It's probably why I loved the ending. Seeing him go from not a care in the world to his devotion to Savannah made me love this guy. Once he and Savannah met, Kian was everything I could ask for in a Hero. There was an added element of Savannah being in a secret relationship with Garrett 5 years prior that didn't really add anything to the story, so I wish that wasn't a part of it, but that's just a personal preference. The reason I didn't like it so much is because it ended up putting Garrett in a bad light and my understanding is he will get a book next. I'm hoping the author will be able to redeem him for me. ARC provided by NetGalley.
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    Cannot love this book hard enough!

    What a great read! Kian is the spare to his brother the heir. When his brother is kidnapped he is forced to step into the Crown Prince’s shoes. A position he does not, nor has he ever, wanted. Trying to not break protocol while fighting off the unwanted attentions of the aristocratic women that are swarming him, he is rescued by a waitress that snags his undivided attention. He hasn’t truly smiled in three months but suddenly he’s laughing and the weight on his shoulders has lifted. Savannah knows what needs to be done when she spies the prince trying to get away from the barracudas that are circling. Full of confidence she takes control of the situation and whisks Kian away. Unknowingly, she has just placed herself on his radar and things are never going to be the same. This is a well written, fast paced story so full of fun, steam, heartache, and drama that my kindle never snapped closed once I started it. I truly enjoyed this book and Tracy Wolff is fast becoming one of my favorite authors. My honest review is for a special copy from NetGalley that I voluntarily read. Dual POV Safe No apparent triggers
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