Royal Secrets: Serving the Prince by Lucinda Whitney

May 26, 2018 | 1 Comment
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Royal Secrets: Serving the Prince by Lucinda WhitneyServing the Prince
Author: Lucinda Whitney, Sophia Conrad
Series: Royal Secrets #3
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 111
Date: May 25, 2018
Publisher: Flutterheart Press

She’s a waitress with no room for distractions. He’s a prince wishing for a simpler life. Is there any hope for a happily-ever-after?

Julie Winters’ life is simple: work and college. Her five-year life plan doesn’t allow for detours of any kind, and that includes no dating. With her family counting on the money she makes from her tips at the lodge, Julie is serious about her responsibilities. She definitely won’t let a man distract her, even when he looks like Max, a guest from Europe.

But when Julie’s old car breaks down, the mysterious Max is the one to rescue her. And when she needs an archery tutor, Max volunteers for the job. Soon, they’re spending time together, and Julie likes it. Maybe a little too much.

Prince Maximilian Wolfe is in the U.S. to look for investors, not to find a girlfriend. His friend Prince Henry likes to go clubbing, but Max prefers the simple things. When he meets Julie at the restaurant where she works, he’s immediately intrigued by her beautiful brown eyes. Julie is different and genuine, and Max looks for ways to spend more time together.

There’s only one problem—Julie doesn’t know Max is a prince.

This book is part of a series by multiple authors. The individual books may be read in any order.

Rating: Mild. Mild kissing.


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About Lucinda Whitney

Lucinda Whitney

Lucinda Whitney was born and raised in Portugal, where she received a master’s degree from the University of Minho in Braga in Portuguese/English teaching.. She lives in northern Utah. When she’s not reading and writing, she can be found with a pair of knitting needles in winter, or tending her herb garden in the summer. She also works part-time as a substitute teacher.

About Sophia Conrad

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Sophia Conrad is the author of Happily-Ever-After clean romance. She’s always been interested in the royal houses of Europe, which led to the inspiration for the Royal Secrets Romance series. She lives in the western United States with her family and pets.

One response to “Royal Secrets: Serving the Prince by Lucinda Whitney

  1. Maria

    rounding up from 3.5 stars

    Cute, quick, clean read. A lot of “prince meets working class girl” stories I’ve read follow the formula of prince and unsuitable but lovely girl meet, the king/queen object, but love wins out in the end. This one was a little different because the king/queen objection isn’t a part of the story at all. And the unsuitable one appears to be the prince, not the commoner. So the commoner makes the prince a better man and everyone lives happily ever after. That isn’t a spoiler right? Cause you already know that is going to happen.
    Because it is short, there isn’t a lot of time to develop the story. You kind of have to fill in the gaps yourself. But it was enjoyable and sweet, and the hea applies to everyone not just the prince and his love. It feels like a modern fairy tale.

    No sex, language or violence
    makes passing references to drug use of sister who died of overdose 6 months before story began. Necessary part of the plot.

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