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    A little flat

    Thank you Author's Pal for a complimentary copy. I voluntarily reviewed this book. All opinions expressed are my own. The Royal Bodyguard By:Lindsay Emory *REVIEW* 👑👑👑 The Royal Bodyguard was not what I expected. I did not realize this is a second book in a series. I recommend reading the first book because some background information would have been useful. I like the premise, but the story did not connect with me. The heroine exiled princess tells the story, and that is problematic. I would have liked the hero's perspective as well. It was just a one sided story that fell flat. Unfortunately, I was not invested in the outcome. Readers who enjoy a single point of view will like this book I think.
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    A suspenseful romance

    It is told from Caroline's POV and it is a bit like she is talking to us at times - this is a writing style I tend to enjoy especially with ROM Com's for me it creates a stronger connection with the mc Caroline seems to have a lot of secrets hiding in her closet and as the story progresses it looks as though if they were to be exposed not only might they be damaging to her personally (royal image and all that jazz) but they also might hurt those she cares about. Curious it seems by nature and maybe even a bit of nurture (wait till you meet moms- heck grandma even) Caroline tends to waltz right into trouble even when she is trying to be helpful. I did find her various predicaments quite amusing as well as her inner monologues. I had to remind myself at times she was raised as a princess so her "real world" skills are not quite present? Putting it mildly Then we have Hugh - Hugh is a cautious man - A man of few words. A big bear of a man that I would definitely cuddle with on a cold Dresdin evening... Just saying I liked that he tried to do what he perceived as the right thing even if he eventually figured out that he didn't have a chance of following the book when it came to his Princess The story line was pretty solid and kept an entertaining pace, for the most part, occasionally there was a bit of a lull or something occurred that pulled me out of the story. The end was a bit abrupt but it did seem to tie up the story line ... for now. Since I did not read the first in this series I did have to put the pieces together (which was quite easy) regarding Leah and now I am curious about her story. The copy I read was comp #TheRoyalBodyguard #NetGalley
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