2, The Royals
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Catherine has spent her life being the perfect princess. She’s kept her hands clean, her head down, and most importantly—men at arm’s length. After all, most men are after only one thing, and for Cathy there’s a lot more at stake than her bed; she has to worry about the fate of an entire nation. But at the rate she’s going, Cathy is afraid she’ll give the Virgin Queen a run for her money. She is tired of waiting for someone good enough to come along. She has a plan, and it all hinges on seducing the one man who seems utterly unimpressed by all things royal. The one man she is tempted by more than any other . . .
When David arrives at the royal wedding of his friend, the newly ordained Duchess Samantha Rousseau, he expects to feel uncomfortable and out of his element, but he isn’t prepared to be targeted by Prince Alex’s gorgeous younger sister. With Cathy’s giant blue eyes, killer figure, and sense of humor, it won’t take long before he gives in. But when he finds out just how innocent the crown princess really is, will he play the part of knight in shining armor or the dashing rogue?
Had some laugh out loud moments. Loved it
Cute story, needs a little more editing
I fell in love with the first book, Suddenly Royal, so of course I pre-ordered this book. I was a little disappointed to find some small inconsistencies between the two books and felt that the editors could have caught them if they had actually been paying attention. In book one Cathy was 18, just starting college, this book is supposed to take place just over a year later and she's 21. The story of Cathy's late father's passing in book one was from an aneurism and in this one he fell from a horse.
Other than those inconsistencies the story was cute and funny (I cannot get enough of Chadwick). I didn't have the emotional connection I felt with Samantha in the first book but by the end of this I did feel that I knew Cathy better and I was cheering her on. All in all, I did enjoy this book, just not as much as the first one.