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    a frolicking filled fun five-star read

    Tempting the Prince by Christi Barth a frolicking filled fun five-star read. This is number three in the Sexy Misadventures of Royals series and the whole series has made me smile, I have loved visiting Moncriano and meeting all of the characters, Mallory in particular has always had a special place in my heart as she has always felt a little like an outsider, being dragged along with Kelsey and showing her the ways of her new home and doing a better job of it in some ways. There are some crazy funny moments in this story and some that will break your heart, at times it may be a little overly long and descriptive in places but overall it is just such a lovely story that you get swept up and feel so much emotion coming off the pages you can’t put it down.
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    4.5⭐ A fabulous royal romance

    Royal romances are always a little hit-and-miss for me. But Christi Barth's Tempting the Prince sounded like a fabulous premise. So, I jumped at the offer of an eARC when it became available and I'm really happy that I did. Although, I must say it did take me a couple of chapters to get into, only because this isn't quite the standalone story I expected, and there is a lot of interconnection to the previous books with certain characters and event's playing a big part in what happens, and that took time to understand. But once I was familiar with everything, I found this to be a really well written, flowing story. That had plenty of sexy times, great characters and moments that reminded me of Downton Abbey, and I loved that! And it certainly combined to make Tempting the Prince a genuine hit for me. Plus, it intrigued and entertained me, enough to want to read the two books I've missed out on. Would happily recommend. **I was kindly provided with an ARC via Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest review**
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    LOVED this book!

    Loved this book! The premise of the series is that the long lost princess (Kelsey) was found and returned to her family. Mallory had always thought she was her actual sister. When the princess thing happened, Mallory traveled to Kelsey's home country with her. Amidst all the chaos, Mallory developed a crush on Kelsey's brother, the crown prince. When she finds out her interest is returned, her life becomes even crazier than it was before. I loved the characters and charm of their story. I found myself transported to their world and felt invested in them and wanted them to get a HEA ending. While this is a stand alone novel, its so good that you really owe it to yourself to read them all. I've loved this series and am so sorry that it ends with this book. I can't wait to see what the author creates next - she's on my must read authors' list.
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    Fine novel if you like royal romances

    This continues a series of books that I haven’t read, but the premise is that a royal baby from an imaginary Monaco-like kingdom. She was raised in Michigan and in one of the previous books she was, apparently, found and returned to her original family to take up her role as a princess. And with her went the sister she was raised believing was her older sister, Mallory. This is Mallory’s story. She is serving as her younger sister’s lady-in-waiting and trying to resist her attraction to the crown prince, Christian. Christian is suffering under a lot of burdens as he has had to become the acting king. And he’s under severe pressure to find an appropriate aristocratic woman to marry. But the only comfort he has are the playful and sexy times he shares with Mallory. But she’s totally inappropriate as a future queen. She’s an American nobody who was raised as his real sister’s sister. And, though he doesn’t know it, she was injured so badly in an assassination attempt on her sister that she cannot have a baby. So they share some lovely times together but Mallory knows it’s doomed. And Christian is determined to find a way to make it more than a short-term time of happiness followed my a lifetime of a loveless marriage. I’m not quite sure if it’s believable that a country would be united against an American bride, but let’s just accept that. I liked the interactions between Mallory and Christian and could see why they would fall in love with each other. This book made me feel sorry for royal families. I’m not really a fan of the romance-novel trope of an imaginary kingdom in which the average American woman falls for a prince. It always seems like a rotten life. But if you enjoy that sort of romance, you’ll enjoy this book. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book that I received from Netgalley; however, the opinions are my own and I did not receive any compensation for my review.
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    Laugh out loud funny 😁

    When you read a romance novel you make the basic assumption that the two main characters will fall happily in love. It is the journey of how they get there that makes the book a success or failure. This author does an excellent job of the journey. There is no chance of boredom as you join Christian and Mallory on this path. They show us a rollicking good time as they buck protocol. Mallory’s sharp wit keeps Christian on his toes, laughing and trying to keep up with her. It is all rounded out by the rest of the family and friends in the house of Villiani as the series wraps up with a resounding bang.
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