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Paul C. reviewed Royal Seduction (Royal Princess, Bk 1) on
This was a very fast moving book. The characters were compelling and the story well designed. The I was a little skeptical that the book would be boring or slow because it is an older book, however I was delighted to discover that it was anything but. The hero of the story mistakes the lady for a woman who has betrayed him. I enjoyed that the lady didn't crumble and become a predictable heroine in distress, instead she was strong and dealt with her situation with courage, wit, and believability. The sex scenes were very sensual. Good book.
Angeline was living a quiet life with her aunt in the steamy countryside near New Orleans. It was there that Rolfe, the golden-haired, handsome prince of the tiny country of Ruthenia, mistook her for his brother's mistress and kidnapped her. Taking her to his bed, Rolfe soon discovered that Angeline had been a virgin. But a virgin no longer, the prisoner of Rolfe, what future could there be for Angeline?
A golden prince, a ruthless captor, an unrelenting lover...
Poised, calculating, and ruthlessly charming, Prince Rolfe of Ruthenia takes beautiful Angeline Fortin captive, mistaking her for her cousin and compromising her beyond redemption. Escape from the prince is impossible, and Rolfe begins to torment her senses at every turn.
At last, captured and captivated, Angeline can't resist Rolfe's masterful seduction, and the prince discovers the only woman he's ever encountered who can meet him passion for passion.
But Rolfe is on a mission to find his brother's killer, and in a critical moment of mortal danger, it's Angeline herself who holds his life-and heart-in her delicate hands...