The citizens of Tamir celebrate when Prince Rashid ibn Ahmed Kamal's announcement of his impending marriage to Princess Julia Sebastiani. He only neglected one important detail - securing the Princess' agreement first. When Julia reads of her impending nuptials in a newspaper, outrage does not begin to cover the gamut of emotions she feels.
Julia vows she will never marry the son of her father's sworn enemy. The accusations and counter-accusations between the Kamals and the Sebastianis prevents anyone from knowing the truth of the origin of the family feud. Despite his father's feelings, Prince Rashid vows to end the family feud. If he must investigate the past to secure a future with the Princess, then so be it. The peace between two countries depends upon his destermination.
Author Alexandra Sellers brings her remarkable talent for writing about the sexy men of the desert to bear once again in BORN ROYAL, the concluding novel of the Firstborn Sons continuity. Prince Rashid is every woman's dream: intelligent, sexy and romantic. He keeps proposing again and again, despite the very public headlines about the princess' refusal. His match in every way, Princess Julia provides a delightful, if hardheaded, counterpart.
Further, Sellers approaches the challenges of writing the concluding segment even as she introduces another series with aplomb. The careful tying up of loose ends as well as seamless inclusion of preparatory details never interrupts the flow of the narrative. In addition, BORN ROYAL takes several delightful twists that make it an exciting and dynamic read. Tempestuous, tempting and sinful, BORN ROYAL comes very highly recommended.