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- Publisher: CANDID Publications (July 10, 2018)
- Publication Date: July 10, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07C4JRM42
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Katrin, the assistant dishwasher, is paying off a family debt that she assumed on her mother's behalf. She is also a skilled pianist. King Benjamin and Katrin meet one night when she gave into temptation and played the grand piano, thinking the king was away. Benjamin's uncle sends out a new release announcing their engagement, believing it will discredits the king if Benjamin denies it or if the truth about her indenture comes out.
They decide to marry anyway (I know, it's improbable, but this is royalty & fiction, so why not?), and the story is about how their marriage changes each other. Benjamin becomes likeable, if not loveable, and Katrin wins over the hearts of the king and the people. PLUS, there are other things afoot from his uncle that have to be resolved.
All in all, an enjoyable story, even if one has to suspend belief a little that indenture is still a viable situation.
Carol has a way of expressing romance without going over any lines or giving any offensive details. I think that's important. Single people don't need details or "steamy" scenes - they have enough temptations in this life to overcome, hot stories shouldn't be one of them. A good romance doesn't need steam. She writes attraction and intimacy without revealing more than the reader needs. I appreciate that.
This is a clean read although there is kissing and references to intimacy (but nothing indecent).
By chapter 14 Katrin was my new favorite heroine. By 22 I knew a deeper message was coming. By the time I went back and read the dedication; there were tears. I wasn't quite ready for the book to be wrapped up. The Epilogue helped; but from the preview of the next book it looks like I'm going to have to wait to get all my answers! I'm expecting another all-night page turner with Jacqueline Grace's story!
In most of her prior books there has been a child from previous relationships not all from the best of situations. This one has none of that. To me King Benjamin and Katrin are the sole focus which is also different from prior books. While characters from other kingdoms come together in one scene this book is all about Benjamin and Katrin. Some of his family we get a minor glimpse of but they don't over take or distract us from the main characters.
While Benjamin takes some figurative punches from those surrounding him in the end you have to fall in love with him. There is no other option.
Katrin has a great attitude and work ethic. There are a few twist that you don't realize until it hits.
This is a clean, Christian read. Romance, humor, family and redemption are just a few strong points in this book. Truly worth the read. You will not be disappointed.
to read it all over again - it was that good! I laughed. I cried. I read every moment I could til it was finished. Benjamin is a King in dire need of a personality makeover. And spunky Katrin is just the woman to help him with it. And help she does. What starts out as a short marriage of convenience is destined to last much longer if they can make it through secrets, fears, and one after another situation that changes both in the most delightful way. This book is one you definitely don't want to miss. You will benefit from having read the rest in the series, but even on its own, it is a story you'll remember for a long time.