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Prince Salvador Piacere has women falling at his feet, a life with little responsibility, and plenty of money to often stay far from Cielo leaving his older brother Niccolo to deal with the real responsibilities of being prince. After another scandal fit for tabloids, King Alfonso calls his son home with an ultimatum to find a wife and settle down--join the church. In retaliation, Salvador announces a royal ball in order to find a wife, but he never expects to come face to face with his childhood friend, Magdalena. Ten years have passed since they last saw one another, and it doesn’t take him long to realize he wants what he can’t have. She’s beautiful, talented, and not from a noble bloodline which means she’s off limits to marry.
Magdalena Rossi loves her father dearly, and she’s been training to take over his position as Royal Tailor for many years. His condition means she will have to return to the palace after staying away for a decade in order to make sure the clothing for the ball is perfect. She grew up with the Piacere princes, so she’s no stranger to the palace or Salvador’s reputation.
Lyla Payne unsurprisingly delivered a steamy romance with chemistry that will leave you fanning yourself and looking for your very own fairytale prince. Not only did she make me root for Salvy and Maggie to find their happy ending, she also brought in other characters I know we’ll be seeing again in the next book. I’m already excited to find out what happens with the Piacere family next!
As much as I absolutely love the fairytale parallels in this book, I think what I really love is the message that even though someone you’ve known most of your life might know all of your faults and secrets, that can also mean their love is far more unconditional since they see you for who you really are. Once again, Lyla has me looking for the deeper meaning behind the story, and I love the message of unconditional love for Magdalena and Salvador!