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- Print Length: 198 pages
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- Publisher: Garden Avenue Press (March 8, 2018)
- Publication Date: March 8, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07BCFC262
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #202,579 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Dahlia and Kofi's story was a great way to start the series. I loved these two together, and little Noel was too cute for words. I like a good second chance story, and although the reunion got off to a very shaky start, I'm glad the author didn't drag the story out with a lot of complications and misunderstandings. These two had a connection that was hard for them to ignore. I enjoyed watching them rekindle their love. I knew that there would be some intrigue, and although I figured out early on who the bad guy was, I was surprised by what happened and why.
Lots of interesting secondary characters. Can't wait to see whose story is next. I've got my fingers crossed that Angela gets a story. I was initially hoping she'd get matched with Yasir (because gorgeous), but after the two princes showed up, I'm rooting for one of them.
Don't miss this one!
The book's main weakness, though, is there is just too much going on in too little space. Kofi, Prince of Zamibia, comes to the U.S. to claim his son, and ultimately, his son's mother, Dahlia. He still thinks that Dahlia is a thief who stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from his family. So, already, we got a secret baby and a second-chance romance brewing.
After he shows up and demands custody of their son, Dahlia is put in the position to either marry Kofi and move to Zamibia (to legitimize their son's claim to the throne) or be separated from her son forever while she fights Kofi in the courts. (She's also forced to do what Kofi says because she knows that he can just take their son out of the country with no repercussion. Thanks, diplomatic immunity!) Now, we got a marriage of convenience in the mix.
That's a lot it messy conflict and emotions to be juggling. It's great conflict, tbh! And I was looking forward to reading as these two characters work through their past hurts and learn to trust one another. But, I didn't get that. Instead, they just go on about how hot the other is and how they missed the sex, and suddenly they're spouting "I love you"s to each other. Everything just gets wrapped up, neat and tidy. It's v. unsatisfying.
This wasn't a terrible book, but I would have loved it more if I had felt closer to the characters. I'll still probably check out the next one. Angela and Andres have less baggage, which should hopefully mean a less complicated love story.
Kofi is the typical alpha male, who expects everything to go his way because of who he is and the influence he has. Combine that with Dahlia’s feelings for him, the child between them, and the twist that comes later in the story (which provides some anxious moments) and you have the recipe for a fast-paced read.
This romance provided a wonderful escape within the world of Zamibia. Imani, Kofi’s cousin is a spunky character I hope to see more of in another story. The plot of this romance is interesting, the pacing is good, and the characters made me want to root for them. I’ll be looking out for the next book in the series.
Being African and an avid reader of romance novels, it is always a treat to come across an African hero or heroine ( wish there were more lol).
I highly recommend this book. I couldn’t put it down. Great start to the series. Looking forward to the other books. Also, wish to read more about the kingdom. Possibly more books on Kofi and Dahlia and their new life together 😁
Princess of Zamibia won me over. This is a secret baby romance that works. Prince Kofi and Dahlia have an unexpected romance and a misunderstanding leads to both not trusting the other. But when the royal family experiences a traumatic event the country needs something (or someone) to lift the spirits of its people. And what better than an adorable baby to motivate the people and rouse an enemy to the throne.
I loved this book. There was just enough attraction, suspense, drama, and heat to keep my Kindle burning into the wee hours of the morning.
I’d give this book five stars without hesitation and I eagerly await Book 2 in the Royal Brides series.
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This story had me gripped throughout! The suspense, the intrigue had me riveted to my chair, I couldn't put it down. Would Dahlia escape and live the life she wanted and not what Kofi demanded?
Did she have a choice?
And Kemal! I never saw that coming! I was scared! It was great, fantastic story! I didn't want it to end. Well done Delaney Diamond. This is another one of my favourites of her books. I look forward to book 2 of the Royal Brides series. Awesome!