Friday, 10 February 2017
REVIEW - A Princess for a Bride by Noelle Adams
Release Date: 8 February 2017
I was born the middle princess of a tiny country in the Alps, which means my primary duty in life has always been to make a good marriage for my family and country. That's why I'm marrying Edward Channing. He's rich, handsome, arrogant, and silent.
Seriously, he almost never talks to me at all.
He might be marrying a princess, but he obviously doesn't want to spend any more time with me than he has to. I have no problem with that. We can live entirely different lives and pursue our own interests. I'm sure we can make this arranged marriage work.
Of course, we do need to produce an heir, but I'm trying not to think about that.
My Opinion 5 STARS
**My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**
This is the second book in the Rothman Royals series and was just as good as the first.
The story focus on the record daughter of the Rothmans and starts from her wedding day, an arranged marriage in order that the Rothmans can add a little cash flow into their lives.
As expected there is no initial love from our main lady, however as they get to know each other the feelings between them change and take a different road.
Both characters realise that they did not know each other properly, however they both like what they find, especially ....... who realises that .... was not the man she thought that he was. He was so much better.
A really sweet read that had me so happy that they got their HEA.
Looking forward to the third and final instalment of the series and we may well have had a little taster as to who the love interest may be :)