Royal Target

Royal Target THEIR FATE HAD BEEN SEALED YEARS AGO Nothing would stop Nicholas Zared from taking his rightful place as King of Vashmira Not a bloodthirsty assassin nor American spitfire Ericka Allen Without the fie

  • Title: Royal Target
  • Author: Susan Kearney
  • ISBN: 9780373226825
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Paperback
  • THEIR FATE HAD BEEN SEALED YEARS AGO Nothing would stop Nicholas Zared from taking his rightful place as King of Vashmira Not a bloodthirsty assassin nor American spitfire Ericka Allen Without the fiery beauty s acceptance of their long arranged marriage, Nicholas would be denied the crown But it wasn t duty alone that bound him to Ericka, not with desire blazing betweTHEIR FATE HAD BEEN SEALED YEARS AGONothing would stop Nicholas Zared from taking his rightful place as King of Vashmira Not a bloodthirsty assassin nor American spitfire Ericka Allen Without the fiery beauty s acceptance of their long arranged marriage, Nicholas would be denied the crown But it wasn t duty alone that bound him to Ericka, not with desire blazing between them and the discovery that she might be the killer s real target.Ericka tried to resist the handsome prince s skilled seduction, but their close brushes with death only intensified the passion flaring between them Would her consent to be his queen cost her her heart and her life

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    1. I cannot take it any more. First off, the book takes place over the course of a week, yet the author spends the first *half* of the book in the first few hours of meeting.Second off, the h is blinded by ambition to common sense. Really. She knows she's on the marriage contract, knows it's invalid as long as she's in the US. Tells her boss. He gives her an ultimatum of either go or be fired and shegoes because she doesn't want to have to start over in her career. I could be wrong but I think a we [...]

    2. Enjoyable suspense romanceEnjoyable suspense romanceVery good first book of a trilogy. Contemporary royal romance with a dash of danger. American reporter goes to cover a royal coronation, and ends up involved in a romance with the King.

    3. This book is awesome, its a bit naughty, but i don't mind naughty, i actually like it. This is the sort of book that you start reading and you can't put it down, its big time naughty, i recommend it to people who like to have some "fun" reading. I really can't wait to get the second book.

    4. Far-fetched. I can understand the send a reporter to cover an event; but the rest not so much. The border hopping incident for example. Or the whole death of the bad guy scene.

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