A Princess for the Gentleman by Mindy Burbidge Strunk

January 9, 2020 | 1 Comment
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A Princess for the Gentleman by Mindy Burbidge StrunkA Princess for the Gentleman
Author: Mindy Burbidge Strunk
Series: An Unlikely Match #3
Genres: Historical Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 228
Date: January 8, 2020
Publisher: Indie

A princess in hiding. A gentleman of uncertain means. And the accident that brought them together.

Life is falling into place for Dugray Dawson. After years of working, he has finally purchased a run-down estate of his own. To make it successful he must work hard and follow his plan precisely. He has no time or inclination toward love. But he cannot walk away when he stumbles upon a carriage accident and the maid who survived.

Zia Petrovich arrives in England in search of her uncle, a man she has never met, in hopes that he will protect her from an unwelcome arranged marriage. When her carriage crashes, she is removed to the run-down estate of a surly, albeit handsome, gentleman who refuses to believe she truly is a princess.

When Zia’s betrothed discovers her location, both Zia and Dawson must decide to follow their plans or their hearts.

Rating: Mild. Mild kissing; mild (nonsexual) violence or horror.

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About Mindy Burbidge Strunk

Mindy Burbridge Strunk

Mindy loves all things history and romance, which makes reading and writing Regency romance right up her alley. When she isn’t living in her alternate realities, she is married to her real-life Mr. Darcy and trying to raise five proper boys. They live happily in the beautiful mountains of Utah.


One response to “A Princess for the Gentleman by Mindy Burbidge Strunk

  1. Maria

    I was not a fan of Princess Zia at the beginning of this book. She is about as thoughtless, entitled and self-centered as anyone can be. She was pretty awful so it was wonderful to see the transformation she undergoes as she becomes likable and even lovable.
    Dawson is pretty prickly through this whole series but I still liked him, grumpy or not. His transformation comes through the entire series but the best part of him comes through in this book of course. Once again, as is often the case in fluffy romance their biggest problem is lack of communication and making assumptions about the other that is not true. Things could be resolved a lot easier if people would just say what they are feeling and thinking. True in real life too of course.

    Sex: no
    Language: no
    Violence: references to physical abuse from Zia’s would be intended and some some tussling about between villain and hero.

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