Wrong side of the tracks girl meets over-achieving "faux" royal man of all trades. She is from the wrong side of Miami. She meets up with a mobster who ommitted to say he was married. In an attempt to escape him she stows away on an impressive ship. The ship happens to be owned by a pain in the butt, blindingly bad dressed prince who is without a country. The Prince's right hand man thinks she is a tabloid hound. And from there the fun begins. This was lite and quick read. Some of the characters got on my nerves a bit but I think the aurthor meant it that way. Overall a good read.
Pride and Prejudice revisited.. sort of. Poor good girl gets caught as a stowaway, but its the "no longer high and mighty" hero who must come to terms with his own station in life before he can commit.
Elizabeth Bevarly tells another great store of humor and romance.
A romantic comedy that takes place on a cruise ship that Ruby hid on to escape a scary blind date.
Moves a little slow in the first third and the grammar is choppy and irritating. Once the author hits her stride it's pretty good.
Very light. Ruby is a strong and sympathetic character who will capture your attention from the beginning. A good book for a short break or a leisurely read on the beach.
it was a fun easy read to pass a lazy afternoon
Ruby a small town girl in a big city has a hot date that turns out to be mob connected & married. To escape the date, she crashes a swanky party, where she meets Keaton Hamilton Danning III, who practically seduces her. He's bored with the snobbish society parties & people,
and Ruby is just what he needs.... or so he thinks. Fun book.