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    a five-star read that deserves its own tiara

    Ruling the Princess by Christi Barth a five-star read that deserves its own tiara. This is number two in the Sexy Misadventures of Royals series and I loved it, I enjoyed the first story in the series but I loved this one, which surprised me so much as I hated Princess Genevieve Eleanor Marie, second in line to the throne of Moncriano when I read her in the first story, I did warm towards the end but still not much, but she warmed me so much in this story, we see the real princess the one who may wear a tiara but is still just a woman looking for her place in life. I really enjoyed this story; it was full of spice and drama and has such a great story that you can’t help but he hooked and keep reading from the first page until the last. Do not miss this great story, and all I can say is bring on number three Prince Christian we need you story now!!
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    Witty and Charming!

    Full review appeared at Reader's Edyn on 03/30/20 Genevieve is in a tough spot. Her small country is on the brink of joining another which could be a positive step in the right direction. But before the merger is even brought to the table, an accounting of the expenditures of the royal family must take place. And lucky Genny, she’s been picked to have her accounts gone through at great length. When her accountant sends her a list of places to begin cutting expenses, she balks. He lunges, she parries, and so their relationship goes. But the sizzling attraction they both felt at their first meeting only turns their battle of wills into a form of foreplay. Hooking up is inevitable at some point, but the thrill that Genny feels each time she and Theo are at odds is like nothing she’s ever experienced before. He obviously strongly dislikes the royals and isn’t afraid to push back. Their verbal spars become addicting and soon so does their naughty pleasures. But Theo has old feelings of spite that he’s nursed over the years and Genny doesn’t remember him from their much younger years. She’s unsure why he seems to hate her, but she is determined to bring him around and show him that she’s all about her people. Most unfortunate is that there seems to be a traitor in their midst and when the heat is suddenly thrust upon Theo, Genny breaks everything off with him. She’s been burned so many times before and the very idea that he could have betrayed her is more than she can handle. Theo is finally right where he’s wanted to be since childhood – back home where he belongs and, in a position to stick it to the Royals. A dang nuisance if there ever was one. They spend frivolously and care for only their selfish little selves. He ought to know, having been on the bad end of one of their debacles, which ultimately cost him everything he loved. To says he’s been harboring a grudge is putting it mildly. But his reputation is a solid one and even if he ends up turning in a glowing report, it will be because that was what the evidence provided; even if it’s the last thing he wants to do when he arrives on assignment. While Theo definitely hates the Royals, he is also internally at war with himself. He desires Genny to the point of distraction and is quickly befriending the other younger members of the family. Never would he have imagined himself in this position; defending and protective of the Royal family. But he’s honorable above all and as tough a pill as it is to swallow, he comes to grips with his mistakes and owns them. When a plot against the family which is tied directly to his position makes itself known, Theo knows it is up to him to keep the threat from harming the unsuspecting family. His role has shifted in what seems like the blink of an eye from punisher to protector. What’s even more astonishing is that he’s perfectly fine with it. But he and Genny have so much working against them that he’s unsure this won’t be anything more than temporary despite how much he wants permanency. When Genny rejects him, he is at a loss of how to fix it. Before he can get back to wooing her, he has to save the family and he’s going to need some help with pulling it off. I have to preface this review by explaining that I have not read the first book in the series. However, there was enough included within this book that I didn’t feel that I had to, or that the deficit was harmful in any way. Within this book, I was still allowed to get to know Kelsey and Elias a bit and with enough to basically piece together the first book with little effort. However, I did not feel a great connection with either Kelsey or Elias and didn’t come away with a need to go back to the first book to find out what I had missed. I did, however, fall completely in love with Christian! Good grief I cannot wait until I can read his book. And I am proud to say that I successfully guessed who his romantic interest would be. Given a couple of enlightening scenes in which little to nothing was said, but behavior gave me every indication, I am thrilled to place the third book in the series on my TBR list in anticipation of reading Christian and Mallory’s story. And no, I do not consider this a spoiler as it wouldn’t be difficult to figure out – plus the first chapter of the book was included at the end of this story, which is how I knew my powers of deduction were on point. Christian is an absolute joy and had lines that were so perfect, they almost bested Theo’s. Almost. He’s really in a tough place with everything his family has suffered and the weight of the crown resting on his shoulders, even though it is not yet official. He juggles the brotherly, friendly, Kingly duties with flawless ability … at least it appears so to any outsider but takes its toll emotionally. And with that, I will leave Christian until I am able to read his story. Never before have I included a paragraph about a secondary character within a book. To say I was enchanted by him ...
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    Royally Entertaining!

    This was such a Fantastic read. So entertaining! Christi Barth brought on some awesome hate-flirt in this enemies to lovers romance that had me smiling big time. Loved It! Swoon worthy hero? Check. Strong, determined heroine? Check. Major attitude and animosity? Check. Being in total denial of your feelings? Oh yeah! Princess Genevieve and Lord Theo Holst were so entertaining and awesome together. Their animosity and heat towards one another was off the charts and I loved being absorbed into it all. The conflict they were having made for the best one liners, great verbal sparing and sizzling chemistry. There were just so many great moments between them and I couldn’t get enough. Although I didn’t Love Lord Theo at first, I totally loved his voice and his vibe. He had great internal dialogue and I enjoyed his slightly self deprecating humor and his lonely and tough job hating the royal family which he excelled at. Princess Genevieve was great as well because while she was all about her people and what they needed, her own desires had always been secondary, but after getting closer to her new sister and auditor, Lord Theo she finally shows a different more relaxed and fun side and I loved seeing the different sides of her. These two clash and it’s ridiculously fantastic! I love the bickering and tension. And when they explode, they explode! Loved all their sexy time scenes. Get ready for some serious fun, a whole lot of sweetness and off the charts sexy in this incredibly entertaining story. And don’t forget the hate-flirt! Received a early copy through NetGalley in exchange for a honest review.
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    Loved!

    This is a wonderful romance that I loved. Genevieve is a princess with a problem - a royal auditor nitpicking through her personal spending, almost as though he has a vendetta. Theo is an auditor with an immense issue with royalty and with Princess Genevieve in particular. What follows is an entertaining story that romance fans will love. I loved the characters in this book and especially loved the way the three siblings interacted and how their relationships have developed since the first book in the series (The Princess Problem). While this is a stand alone novel, the series is so good that you really owe it to yourself to read them all. I'm already looking forward to the next book in the series. I've added the author to my must read authors' list.
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    Guiding the Royal Auditor

    Ruling the Princess is the second book in the Sexy Misadventures of the Royals. This was the first book I have read by this author. It was good as a stand-alone but, I think that reading the first book would have helped me to understand the history and tension between Princess Genevieve and her sister, Princess Kelsey. Princess Genevieve “Genny” was second in line to the throne of Monciano. The country was about to vote to join the European Union and an audit of the royal expenses were being conducted. Genny was upset when she received her revised budget from Lord Theo Holst, the Royal Auditor assigned to her. She couldn’t believe that he hadn’t consulted with her before he slashed it. Lord Theo Holst has hated the House of Villani and especially Princess Genevieve for years. Now in the position of Royal Auditor he was able to finally show how extravagant the royal family was. The longer Theo worked with Genny the more he began to see how important the House of Villani was to the people of Monciano. Will his opinion change enough for his report to help the vote of the people? I enjoyed reading this book and I look forward to reading the other books in the series. I loved how the author showed the royal family’s emotions as a person and a member of the royal family. It made it so easy to connect with the characters and to feel their emotions. This is definitely a must read! I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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