Monday, 13 July 2015

REVIEW - The Prince's Runaway Lover (Men of the Zodiac #7) by Robin Covington

The Book
Release Date: 14 July 2015
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Waiting for a new Men of the Zodiac romance from Indulgence? Meet Libra...
Sign: Libra
He's hot, irresistible...and he will always make sure you're satisfied.
Crown Prince Nicholas Lytton was never supposed to be ruler of Callanos. He was the "spare to the heir," pursuing a decadent life of the rich and royal - extreme sports, physical pleasures, and glorious irresponsibility. Until his brother died. Now Nick is to be coronated king, and no one believes he's ready.
The best way to secure his crown is to do the unthinkable...find a queen.
While Isabel Reynolds works in the palace gardens, she has no desire to draw the attention of the way-too-flirty, would-be king. For she's not the woman everyone thinks she is. Even if she wanted - or was tempted by - the promise of love, it would only end in disaster. Because while Isabel may be able to catch a king, her secrets would only destroy him...

My Opinion  5 STARS
**My thanks to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing LLC, for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**

So, we have Prince Nicholas, who is inheriting the throne after the death of his brother and his father, who is alive is unable to rule due to medical conditions. Having been a bit of a rebel before hand, and not expecting to have to take on the throne, he is having a little trouble adjusting, let alone with others seeming to think that he is unfit to rule.

Isabel is running from her past life and is trying to get on with her job, but after having met Nicholas running early one morning, finds that he is soon singling her out. There is heat between them and Nick lets no challenge go, especially with someone has has piqued his interest for the first time in ages.

Neither are prepared for the feelings that soon grow from lust, but a spanner is thrown into the works when Isabels past come back to bite her.

We of course get a happy ending being an Entangled romance, and it is an easy/lazy afternoon read.

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