Reign: A Royal Military Romance by Roxie Noir
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Hazel has been asked by her mother to join her in a small country where she's currently working as an ambassador. but hazel has been traveling and with little to no time to really make herself presentable she manages to greet the small countries royal family dressed in a sweater and a pair of tight pants, smelling like she hasn't showered in months...
the disapproval is written on their faces, not to mention the gorgeous hunk of prince is sharing the sentiment.
during the first official dinner hazel has a bit of a hard time coming to grips with local customs. a shot of vodka before each course is making her tipsy real fast! when she has to excuse herself it's the prince, Kostya, that comes to her rescue. despite his seriousness, there seems to be a click between the two. it's like hazel tries her best to crack a joke but he's not getting any of them, which is the same the other way around.
another chance meeting makes it clear there are some serious sparks traveling between them.
but a highborn prince and just a normal american girl? his father won't stand for it, that's for sure!
the story of these two and the troubles his country is having are so woven together masterfully. when things really get worse it's up to the prince to proof he's up for the job! can he safe his country and at the same time give his own heart what it desires most?
artfully written, hot steamy scenes, enough conflict to last a lifetime, drama, heartache. it has roxie noir written all over it!. if you liked her previous work, this will be a welcome addition to your booklist!
free copy given in exchange for an honest review
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