Great read and hard to put down. Love, love, love this author.
Good 2nd book in this trilogy!
little wear on the back cover from anti-theft sticker (yes, I did pay for the book but it started to peel).
This book is great... be sure to read "Rose" also.
After watching both of her sisters happily marry men they adore, Rose Ashcroft isn't about to become her family's first spinster. Convinced that it is just as easy to fall in love with a nobleman as with a commoner, Rose sets out to capture the fancy of a titled, handsome lord. The chance to attend court with her mother presents Rose with a dazzling array of possible husbands, but somehow the one man who keeps intruding on her thoughts is commoner Christopher "Kit" Martyn. Convinced he doesn't have a chance of winning her affections, Kit isn't about to let Rose distract him from his goal of becoming the king's official architect, but he still can't stop thinking of some way to prove that his love is worth more than any title. Bringing her Ashcroft sisters trilogy to a delightful close, Royal vividly details the seductively glamorous court of Charles II. John Charles