"SOMETHING IN THE HEIR by Jenny Gardiner is a wonderful tale of love and self discovery, as two people who should have nothing in common, somehow are perfect for each other. The story flows at an enjoyable and natural pace, with plenty of funny moments, alongside the romantic scenes. I love the secondary storyline of Caro and Darcy, and I look forward to the next instalment, to see their relationship develop.SOMETHING IN THE THE HEIR by Jenny Gardiner is a fabulous short, modern day fairy tale, with interesting characters, and I highly recommend it."
--Linda Green for FRESH FICTION"Jenny Gardiner tells a wonderful, feel good story about an American commoner and a European prince. If you're looking for a quick read that's sure to make you smile, Something in the Heir will do the trick!"
--Bethany Petty for CHICK LIT CENTRAL
From the Author
hi! Thanks for taking a look at Something in the Heir
(and hopefully the rest of my It's Reigning Men series
). I hope you'll get a chance to read it and I hope you'll enjoy escaping into the world of Monaforte for a while.
I don't know about you, but they had me at "royal wedding" back when Diana and Charles had their fairytale marriage. (Let's ignore the fact that it was not at all a fairytale and practically ended in revenge fantasy...)
I actually got to meet Prince Charles years ago when I was a photographer in Washington, DC. (back when we all still believed he and Diana had their Happily Ever After). No, he didn't not kidnap me and persuade me to help him not be forced into a marriage against his will (funny how he actually had been, though!). But he was rather charming, and far better-looking in person than he came across in pictures. It was fun dabbling in the rarified world of royalty and getting the briefest of glimpses into it, even if only for that brief time.
Nevertheless, I have long loved a good royal escape romance, so thought it would be fun to create a modern-day royal series in the vein of the Princess Diaries, only for grown-ups.
It's been great fun creating an actual country and this royal family and friends etc. It's been something different for me from a writing perspective to world-build as I have with this, and I hope you have a fun time visiting the royals and their friends in Monaforte!