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Shock Heir For The Crown Prince by Kelly Hunter #Review #Romance #Contemporary #Royalty #SecondChance

Series: Claimed by a King #1

Title: Shock Heir For The Crown Prince

Author: Kelly Hunter 

Publisher: Mills & Boon

Pages: 224   

Published: January 25th, 2018

Rating: 4/5


Prince Casimir of Byzenmaach is being encouraged to marry but he can’t decide who he wants to be his wife. Seven years ago he had a whirlwind romantic week with Anastasia Douglas and he’s never forgotten her. He’d been able to be himself for that week, never telling her his real identity but then fate intervened and he had to abandon her to take up his responsibilities. Now he sets one of his Aides on discovering what she’s doing now and where she is. That’s when he finds out that she had his daughter . . . . He’s determined to get them both into his life.

I loved the dialogue and interactions in this story! The chemistry between the couple is explosive but, having been abandoned by him once, Ana is reticent to give him another chance – especially if that affects their daughter. However, for once the two actually act like adults and talk to each other – wow! There are some twists and turns to make this stand out from the crowd and it was a lovely story to escape into, especially if you’re in the mood for a light hearted, fun romance to read.

I requested and received a copy of this novel via NetGalley. This is my honest review after choosing to read it.

Synopsis :

She kept his royal heir a secret… 

Now he’ll make her his reluctant Queen!

Prince Casimir of Byzenmaach can’t shake the memory of Anastasia Douglas. With her, he forgot his royal duties in a moment of wild abandon. Seven years later he must wed—but in seeking out the unforgettable Anastasia he discovers a secret: she had his daughter! And he’ll stop at nothing to claim them both…

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