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- Print Length: 214 pages
- Publisher: Entangled: Brazen (December 15, 2014)
- Publication Date: December 15, 2014
- Sold by: Macmillan
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00Q20YEEK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,031 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A princess never shows her thighs. Princess don't flirt with strange men, and they definitely don't do it without proper introduction.
Some of those principles were drill into her head, and so she tried to live by those expectations. Yes, she might come off a bit cold. However, she wasn't like that, and she was trying to focus trying to do what was right for her country, because duty comes before happiness. Or at least that's what she was brought up to believe. Yet, those thoughts to slowly drift out the window when she gets to know Gordon.
I totally adore Gordon. He's sexy, badass, and honorable. I love his moral code, which is he won't go after anyone who is in a relationship. It stems from his father's behavior. He actually quite funny too. He just throws out these one liners and he doesn't give a crap that Isabelle is a princess, and he treats her like a normal human.
Anyway, Seducing the Princess was a lot of fun and sexy. You have big bad Gordon who is a bit domineering, but he truly cares for Isabelle. Isabelle who is trying to do whats right for her country by marrying the guy her parents want her to. A lot of the conflict stems from Isabelle sense of duty, which almost sacrifices her happiness. So, if you are looking for a domineering guy who brings out the naughty side of a princess, you might find a winner with Seducing the Princess.
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As the only child of the King and Queen of Maldeva, Isabelle VanGuard has grown up knowing what was expected of her. Simply put, she is expected to marry someone of her parents’ choosing and produce heirs to the throne. This duty is what brings her to Maine and into the path of Gordon Waybrook.
Gordon is a former Marine, now working private security for Shillings Agency. His current assignment is to protect Princess Isabelle. Immediately, Gordon is hating the assignment and has a preconceived idea of what Isabelle is like. Their attraction is immediate and Gordon soon discovers that first impressions are wrong.
When I first heard about Gordon, I wasn’t sure if I would like him. But, oh my gosh. He’s up there with Cooper Shillings and I have a serious thing for Cooper. I found Gordon to be sweet. Yeah, not something he would want to be called, but he is. Gordon has a dirty mouth and likes to be in control, but it’s all good. He’s loyal, insightful, and understanding. He brings out the best in Isabelle and introduces her to life and having fun.
Isabelle and Gordon agree to a one-time sexcapade, but once just isn’t enough. Twice isn’t enough. Three times isn’t enough. You get where I’m going. While the two think they are keeping things under wraps, to anyone paying attention, their feelings for one another are visible. When their secret relationship hits the press, Isabelle’s reputation is put at risk and she risks losing the respect of her people. Gordon steps in to do what is needed, proving just what kind of guy he is.
Gordon Waybrook and Seducing the Princess are definitely in my top five favorite reads from Diane Alberts.
**Received a copy from Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest unbiased review.**
I really enjoyed this take on the classic royalty/bodyguard romance. The author did an excellent job of creating a fictional country with a modern twist, where an arranged marriage would be still considered appropriate for the good of two countries, and the expectations of society for the conduct of royalty would include conduct of a princess beyond reproach. This of course makes the clandestine affair between Gordon and Isabelle all the sweeter, knowing that it's a forbidden affair and that the clock is ticking. I liked both characters in the story - Isabelle for her contrasting private and public personalities and Gordon for being able to see beyond Isabelle's facade to the real woman underneath. The love scenes between them were super steamy and fun to read, full of emotion and heart. The eventual conflict and resolution was well put together and the whole read was entertaining from beginning to end. 4.5 stars!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Seducing the Princess is the third book in the contemporary romance series from bestselling author Diane Alberts entitled Shillings Agency. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jen Valencia
Ok so it a typical love story even having a princess and an evil prince. But it is still a story that the whole world loves.Published 11 months ago by M. Blank
I love Jen McLaughlin's books, but this one I just couldn't get into. I'm not sure if it was the unrealistic characters or the situation. Just wasn't for me.Published 17 months ago by Suzanne M-H
WHOA. This book is good. Hot and good. We have a dirty ex-Marine who is definitely a control freak, and a gorgeous princess who has had her whole life dictated to her down to... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Betsy (Book Drunk Blog)
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Seducing the Princess is the third book in the Shillings Agency series by Jen McLaughlin... Read more
This review is a toughy for me! It was a quick, sexy read for sure! I loved the characters and the plot but I felt that the story was rushed. Read morePublished 19 months ago by L Russell