Series: Royals Saga #1
Author: Geneva Lee
Published by Westminster Press
Published on 5th May 2014
Genres: Adult, Drama, Erotica, Fiction, Romance
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When he kissed me, I was shocked. He was a stranger and still so familiar. It wasn't until I woke up to my picture splashed on the cover of tabloids that I realized I knew who he was.
Prince Alexander of Cambridge.
Royal bad boy.
Exiled heir to the throne.
He isn't Prince Charming. He's controlling. He's demanding. He's dangerous. And I can't say no to him.
We both have secrets—secrets that could tear us apart or drive us closer together—and as the paparazzi exposes each one, I have to decide just how far I'm willing to go for King and Country.
For readers 18 and up due to mature, erotic scenarios.
Formerly titled For King and Country
This was a rather good book. I liked the twist that it was a royal prince that was the bad boy. An English prince non-the-less! What poppycock! 😉 he he 😛
This book had great description in it, it certainly wasn’t lacking in that area. Both the sexual scenes and the more everyday scenes were fantastic.
The characters were well-developed and well-rounded. A lot of ‘well’s’ lol. I couldn’t fault the characters because they were very realistic with real problems. Anything me and you would worry about, it’s in the book. Ten points there.
Main flaws with the story? “I love you so much, I’m so deeply in love with you I want to fuck you like crazy”… basic plot line. Not, “I love you so much I want to kiss you tenderly and show you with romance and wooing”, no… love = a quick fuck to put it bluntly. Where has all the romance gone??
I actually accidentally bought the next book on my kindle while trying to bookmark my place. Needless to say I got a few pages in and had to put it down.
Overall, the actual description, characters and story idea are fantastic, but I think the basis of love needs a little work. You can still have an erotica novel with sweet love, you can make it as kinky as you like. Don’t get me wrong, I know sex is an expression of love… but this book seems to merge sex and love into one and I don’t like that. It comes across as love = sex. Needless to say it’s a good read, but not really for me.