Book 5, Princes of Avce
This book can be downloaded and read in iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
Remy must find a bride and hires the Royal matchmaker, only to get denied. Cassidy’s former childhood best friend will never be the one. However his grandmother’s dying wish puts them on a collision course.
Cassidy Bright is infamous in Avce for her ability to help others find love. Her algorithm has never failed. Behind the scenes, though, no one knows who she based her program on, and she’d like to keep it that way. But when her muse requests her services, she’s not so inclined to oblige.
Remington Burke IV, the Earl of Sky, has everything he wants, except a wife. At the urging of his ailing grandmother, he seeks out help from the only person he knows can help him – Cassidy. Marriage is almost guaranteed, but she’s reluctant to let him see his match. The longer they squabble about it, the more attracted to her he becomes.
Could the woman of his dreams be the geeky girl with the magical algorithm or has desperation clouded his judgment?
This USA Today Bestselling Author includes an all new dazzling romance and with tons of family drama! Fans of Danielle Steel, Ginny Baird, Melody Anne, and Nora Roberts will adore this series.
While this story is a standalone novel that belongs to the Marshall Family Saga, there are mentions of the House of Morgan, the Hawke Fortune, and even Princes of Avce characters and storylines are all intertwined in the same world.
What Readers are saying:
Each book has drama, suspense, good verse evil and many hearts to fall in love. I love Victoria Pinder’s writing style and wonderful characters she brings to life in the pages of her books. ~ Ann-Maree Howarth, Goodreads Reviewer
A fast paced romantic book that’s impossible to put down. ~ Jackie, GoodReads Reviewer
It's a romance story full of action. ~ Nana’s Book Review Blog
Victoria Pinder delivers a fun, suspenseful and steamy story that you won't be able to put down. ~ RoseyLovesBooks, GoodReads Reviewer
Excellent contemporary royal romance. ~ Margaret McGovern, GoodReads Reviewer