Thanks to the publisher & Netgalley for the complimentary e-ARC. All opinions provided are my own.
I’ve really been adoring the recently published Charis Michaels’ books I’ve been reading lately. Pretty low angst, good pacing (a lot of times with that I-shouldn’t-but-I-really-want-to), & yummy steam.
The FMC of Say Yes to the Princess is an actual French Princess, Elise, who’s been living in England for close to a decade after her father was executed during the French Revolution.
Believing that she’s spotted the brother she’s been separated from since they were exiled, she decides to do everything she can to find him again. But the British royals don’t like this & they get Royal Fixer Killian Crewes, who is also the second son of an Earl, to seduce her.
The political situation in this one is interesting, as is the place of both leads within it. Elise & Killian are part of the royalty but they’re also limited & controlled & managed by the Royals.
Her royal heritage adds some heat to the romance because boy does Killian love her orders .
The feelings come fast for the MMC but everything’s complicated by that dreaded thing called duty & obligation—of course until our leads chase that HEA ;) .
4⭐️. Out 07/11.
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Give me that HEA, please.
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