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  • Princess, child, intrigue, love - sigh!

    The Greek’s Forbidden Princess is Book 2 of Annie West’s The Princess Seductions series. In Book 1, His Majesty’s Temporary Bride, we met Cat, stand-in for her half-sister Amelie, the missing Princess of St. Galla. Now we get to learn more about that missing princess: just where did she go and why, is she coming back and when, is she in danger as Cat feared? Just because she was raised as a princess, don’t think that Amelie’s life has been any easier than her illegitimate half-sister Cat’s. Amelie lost her beloved mother when she was young. She had to be strong and assume a lot of duties, stepping in to take care of things her father the King wouldn’t or couldn’t. A father who was not always the warmest or nicest man, as evidenced by the fact he fathered his illegitimate daughter shortly after his honeymoon with Amelie’s mother. After Princess Amelie’s brother King Michel and his wife Irini are killed in a tragic accident, little Prince Sebastien shuts down, not talking or reacting to anything. Amelie doesn’t know how to help him, and if she can’t the scheming-behind-the-scenes Prime Minister Monsieur Barthe will swoop in and take over, which won’t be good for poor little Sebastien or for St. Galla. Amelie can’t let that happen, so she goes to the one person she thinks may be able to help her and Prince Sebastien, his godfather Lambis Evangelos. She once thought her future would be with Lambis, but he rejected her and doesn’t want to help her or Sebastien now. Is he so uncaring? Is she so flawed, so unlovable? Lambis isn’t cold and uncaring. Not at all, but he feels great guilt over events in the past, and he is afraid to try and forgive himself and move beyond them. Amelie won’t give up on Sebastien no matter what Lambis says, and he slowly, very reluctantly begins to help them – and the magic begins. Annie West has done it again. The perfect ending to The Princess Seduction series. No surprise there, but what a pleasure to read. A princess, a strong, silent man and a child and intrigue, what more do you need? Oh yeah, the hot romance! And there is plenty of that, too! I loved this story. Watching the strong and regal princess who is at the same time so vulnerable and ready to love as the layers of hurt and guilt peel away from Lambis was marvelous. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and recommend it without reservation, as I do all of Annie West’s book. I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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