I received this book for free from Savannah May in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Royal Baby: His Unplanned Heir by Layla Valentine, Ana Sparks
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: kindle e-book
Source: Savannah May
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He’s a prince, and I’m his wedding planner,
But I didn’t plan on having his baby!
It was supposed to be my dream job,
Plan the no-expense-spared wedding of a European prince.
But it’s not the fairytale wedding everyone thinks,
It’s a loveless engagement, for a sham marriage.
And now I’ve broken my one rule:
I’ve slept with my client.
Dashing playboy Prince Antonio
The man no woman can tie down
Is going to be a father.
The King and Queen gave me an ultimatum;
Find a fiancée or surrender my claim to the throne.
They never said I had to love the girl.
There is one plus side to this arrangement though…
That sweet little wedding planner giving me eyes.
She knows it’s wrong, and she wants me all the more for it
And something tells me she’ll crumble the second I make my move.
I’m gonna give her something to feel guilty about.
After all, I’m not married yet…
This is a full-length romance, with steamy love scenes, a beautiful HEA and utterly no cliffhangers. Also included are some previously released bonus books, completely free!
My review is only about the main book.
Sasha was traveling through Italy when she met a prince. She is really attracted to him, but ended up being asked to arrange his wedding ceremony. This would be her dream job, if she didn’t feel connected to the groom. Will she fight for her happily ever after?
- Cover: It’s an ok cover. It doesn’t tell me much about the story but I would guess the main character is a hottie. 🙂
- Plot: It was a hard plot for me to follow. I know this is fiction, but I like to believe a little in the things I read. The whole story was too farfetched for my taste.
- Characters: I didn’t like any of the characters. They were hard to connect, relate or understand. The female preached something and acted totally different.
What can I say? Not every book is for everyone. This one was definitely not my style. It wasn’t so horrible as a D.N.F for me, because I kept on reading and hoping for something unexpected, for something that would change my mind.
I guess my totally dislike for the female character and my inability of connecting with the male character paved my way towards the story.