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A story by New York Times bestselling author becomes a comic!

From the prince she once loved comes a proposal for political gain. What will she do?

Carrie’s in a tight spot. For her brother’s sake, she may have to bow to Prince Luc’s demands—that she marry him! But he can’t be serious… No matter what he says about her brother, Carrie can never become his fiancée or the princess of Santander. Not after the way he treated her eight years ago. Though, perhaps if Luc were less of a womanizer and willing to change his ways…

About the Author

After reading a serialized Mills & Boon book in a magazine, Penny Jordan quickly became an avid fan! Her goal, when writing romance fiction, is to provide readers with an enjoyment and involvement similar to that she experienced from her early reading – Penny believes in the importance of love, including the benefits and happiness it brings. She works from home, in her kitchen, surrounded by four dogs and two cats, and welcomes interruptions from her friends and family.

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becky's comment - September 21st, 2018

Heroine looks so confident when at work but when she is with hero she blushed like a little girl. They are both too gorgeous to be single after so many years unless they choose to be.

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3.5 love and politics 4  4

The hero and heroine were in a passionate relationship till the hero broke it off in the worst way possible: he sent a countess desires were to see him marry her granddaughter to tell the heroine that their relationship was over. Ohhhhhhhh, the hero went into negative number section of losing brownie points for that one. He didn't know about the "consolation pay" the woman offered the heroine (the heroine didn't take it of course) but she does leave but with the last word of calling him a character from a cheap romance novel, that was funny. Even after eight years, the hero hasn't stopped thinking about the heroine as he looks at her picture in the newspaper being noted as a world famous economic journalist. I say way to go for the heroine who learns the hero's ascension to the throne and that means he must be marrying the granddaughter. Yet, the heroine's brother beats the hero to it and elopes with the granddaughter. They have the stupidity to make the heroine take the engagement ring from the hero back to him. Why couldn't they have sent it in the mail, express way? So, she meets him for the first time in five years and brings him the news of the granddaughter running (the grandmother must have had a heart attack, that would have been funny.) However, instead of throwing the chair at the all or slashing words at the heroine, he looks at her calmly and says to put the ring on because she's going to become his wife. She shouts no but he says yes, otherwise he'll go after her brother legally by destroying his career name and reputation. The heroine has little choice and consents to the marriage and all the while, the idiot brother thinks everything is okay. The fool never stopped to think of what he might do to his own sister, no he didn't at all. Now, the hero's country is in a state of turmoil with a terrorist group who wants the hero to abdicate because for years, they have become rich through banking dirty money from mafias and all sorts. It's something the hero is trying to put a stop to but it's hard because many of the nobles love the money. So, he announces to his advisors of his intent to marry the heroine, the heroine's father resigns to keep the balance, and he asks the hero if he loves the heroine. The hero completely veers off from the yes or no question with how he sacrifices and such when it's again, a simple yes or no question. I liked how the heroine dressed in a suit to appear before the public, gave it a bit of a refresher. The heroine is in love with the hero but she has a hard time trusting him for what happened at all those years ago. The heroine starts to trust him but he seems to hear the wrong things at the inopportune times, so it keeps her from fully trusting the hero. There's a lot of political war going on in this plot that don't help with the hero and heroine's growing relationship. It takes a couple bullets to hit the hero for the heroine to realize that the hero does love her. It ends happily with the two of them finally getting their feelings across to each other.

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