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Undercover Princess (Royally Wed, #2) PDF Epub Undercover Princess Royally Wed, 2 Suzanne Brockmann Jwdfitness.co.uk THE NAME S WIND, KATHY WIND With Those Words, Princess Katherine Wyndham Went From Sensible Sister To Secret Agent Her Mission To Locate Her Brother The Long Lost Crown Prince Her Cover Nanny For Handsome Tycoon Trey Sutherland.Caring For Trey S Kids Came Naturally Than Any Royal Duty And Falling For The Brooding Widower Was Effortless But Katherine Had Always Been The Plain Jane Princess Was It Too Much To Hope That He Could Want A Happily Ever After With Her Especially Once He Discovered Who She Really Was


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10 thoughts on “Undercover Princess (Royally Wed, #2)

  1. says:

    4 Fun Fairytale Romance Audiobook A fun sweet romance with a fairytale twist The audio was enjoyable The narration was well done and the delivery of the funny and sexy lines were so fun I m sure I looked a bit loony to other drivers that might have seen me cracking up in the car Kate is a princess looking for her long lost brother and she believes that he might


  2. says:

    22 8 Deep, frustrated sigh Why is it so difficult to put details about any series a book may be part of on the front cover Do publishers really think we should all walk around with internet capable phones ready to check what position a book is within a series Or should we just not care I get so annoyed when I realise that a book is part of a series, and that it s not th


  3. says:

    Undercover Princess, by Suzanne Brockmann, is apparently part of a series Whatever, I picked it up because Suzanne Brockmann is the author of a romantic thriller starring a gay couple and so I now automatically grab whatever she s writing lately because there might be queer people in it This is my life.Sadly, there are no queer people in Undercover Princess What there is, is a l


  4. says:

    This is a review of the Kindle Edition of Undercover Princess, originally released as Silhouette Intimate Moments 968Twenty five year old Princess Katherine Wyndham comes from a small principality in Europe She is the youngest of her sisters and, in her own eyes, very plain compared to the other princesses and her mother, all of whom are heart stoppingly gorgeous Katherine has had only o


  5. says:

    I bought this online used as a whim This was apparently part of a series put out by the publisher in which different authors tackled different royal sisters who go in search of their long lost brother, the heir to the throne Despite the ve...


  6. says:

    A quick entertaining read Hero is a bit of a workaholic and heroine is a princess looking for her long lost brother She ends up applying for the position of nanny in hopes that hero knows where the possible prince might be.


  7. says:

    Audiobook new, text old Not a good enough book to make up for the hero obsessively checking his fax machine for a message from the heroine Also, not a stand alone.


  8. says:

    So this book was awful Plot lines were completely predictable The teenager was angsty but still called her father daddy The main man father was helpless at parenting without a woman in the picture The word choice, both in dialog and in description, is strange ex talking about true love She would soon learn that there was no such banana in the fruit bowl of life Also there was not nearly e...


  9. says:

    I like the premise and the overall storyline but feel like I missed something This is part of a series Is that why it felt untidy and incomplete Now the real question becomes do I move on or do I hunt for the rest of the series to see if it issatisfying as a series Decisions, decisions.


  10. says:

    Disappointing payoff With this typical plot, you expect some good feels at the end and some groveling after the blowup view spoiler It was instead all the heroine running after the guy at the end, and the guy never had to do anything Bleh hide spoiler


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