Wednesday, 15 November 2017
REVIEW - The Bridesmaid's Royal Bodyguard (Royal Wedding Invitations #3) by Liz Fielding
Release Date: 18 October 2017
After being sacked from her job on the gossip magazine Celebrity, Ally Parker is forced to return home to Combe St. Philip with her tail between her legs. She is given a fresh start when her childhood friend, Hope, asks her to work PR for Hope’s marriage to Prince Jonas of San Michele.
When Count Fredrik Jensson, head of security for the royal family, arrives to check out the village, he makes it clear that her past employment makes her unfit for the role. The fact that there’s a sizzle between them from the moment they meet only makes everything worse.
Forced together on a trip to San Michele for the official announcement of the wedding, their sizzle flares into an inferno. However, their night of passion sours when he sees her with her ex-boss. Believing that Ally is about to buy back her job with wedding secrets, Fredrik turns back to ice. What will it take to see the person she truly is and a thaw to set in?
My Review 4 STARS
**Copy Provided by Netgalley and Tule Publishing for an honest review**
As with the previous book, part of this book overlaps with the previous books, however we get new perspectives and the story goes a little further. In this one we end with the wedding of Jonas and Hope from book one.
Ally is the other best friend of Hope who has fallen on hard times thanks to her morals and sleazy editor. Fredrik first meets her scrubbing the kitchen floor or the local pub wearing rubber gloves, a pinny. But Ally shows her quick thinking straight away along with her loyalty o her friend that she would rather incite gossip about herself that let go of her friends secret.
Fredrik and Ally are a great match, find themselves confessing to secrets either barley known or not known at all and are comforted and helped by the other with old hurts.
Cold seeming Fredrik soon starts warming up with Ally by his side, and Ally soon finds herself with something much more than a fling.
I can't wait to the end of the series when we get Celina's story.