Friday, May 15, 2015

Royal Holiday Giveaway


Royal Holiday Series
The Cinderella Princess
by Melissa McClone
Genre: Contemporary Romance




Thanks to a philandering father, ad exec Emily Rodgers knows happily ever after doesn’t exist. Relying on a man only leads to heartache. She takes care of herself, and work defines her life. But Emily soon finds herself in the hands of a real-life prince who defines the words charming and sexy. Not to mention reckless. If Prince Lucas doesn’t find a royal bride, Emily’s dream of being named a partner at the advertising firm will die.
Luc’s fun-loving ways have made him a magnet for scandal. His father gives Luc an ultimatum—find a wife on a reality TV show or be disowned. Rules require him to marry nobility, but after he meets the uptight American sent to find him find a princess bride, his search for Cinderella might be over. Too bad Emily wants nothing to do with him. Perhaps he can show her that fairytale endings can happen in real life…


5.0 out of 5 stars spunky and funMay 14, 2015
This review is from: The Cinderella Princess (Royal Holiday Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book free in exchange for an honest review*
What a great romance! I loved that they hated each other at first. Emily was spunky and didn't fall head over heels for the jerk because he was rich and royalty. She had a back bone. I enjoyed the idea of it being a reality show. This was a fun, romantic story, and as with the other book in this series I've read, leaves you smiling to yourself!
"Once again, your honest is.... refreshing." "Jet lag must be shutting down my filter."
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Her Secret Prince
by Madeline Ash
Genre: Contemporary Romance




At sixteen, Dee Johnson gambled her heart on her best friend Jed Brown – and lost when he disappeared without a trace.
Ten years on, Dee’s life is uprooted when Jed turns up on her doorstep, asking for her help.
Dee has been left behind by everyone she’s loved: her parents, her close friend Alexia, and a stream of lovers. She moves fast with men and suspects this is why they move on fast. Now that’s Jed’s back in her life, she’s taking no chances. Despite the attraction ripping at her seams, she holds back, knowing she wouldn't recover from being loved and left by him a second time.
A constant traveler, Jed has only felt at home once in his life – with Dee. Now that he’s found her again, he's determined to make up for lost time. He'll never leave her again.
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5.0 out of 5 stars leave you smilingMay 14, 2015
This review is from: Her Secret Prince (Royal Holiday Book 2) (Kindle Edition)
*I recevied this book free in exchange for an honest review*
I loved this book. It is one of those "Leave you smiling to yourself" stories. I love long lost loves, second chance loves and what not.
"Hand them over. Every Desire you've got. I want them all."
Like a true fairy tale, you'll feel good reading this story.
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His Defiant Princess
by Kathleen O'Brien
Genre: Contemporary Romance



Brenna Tinley has decided to move to the Unified Isles of Cornetta, a fairy-tale kingdom just south of France in the Bay of Biscay, to escape the recent tragedies in her personal life. The happiest summer she can remember was spent there, in the arms of a handsome, tender rascal who disappeared without a goodbye when Autumn came...

As fate would have it, the Royal House of Vicenza has engaged Brenna Tinley to clear up a public relations mess. It’s the opportunity of a lifetime for this small-town American girl, but there’s only one problem. Her new employer, HRH Prince Ronan, aka her mystery summer lover of long ago, seems determined to pick up where they left off. Can Brenna work in the royal palace and not end up with a brand new broken heart?


His Forbidden Princess
by Jeannie Moon
Genre: Contemporary Romance



Eight years ago, university student Ian Stuart fell in love with his sweet, beautiful classmate and he’s never forgotten her. Sofie loved Ian with all her heart in return, but she didn’t trust him with one little detail about her life she’d neglected to share.
She was a princess, and they could never be together in the outside world.
Now Crown Princess Sofia is in danger. An insurgent faction in her country has targeted the royal family, and while Sofia is visiting the United States, she is forced to go into hiding. Assigned to protect her is none other than FBI Special Agent Ian Stuart.
Once again Ian and Sofie are in an impossible situation, fighting their feelings for one another, while trying to stay safe. Will their love for each other prove to be the most dangerous game of all?

Meet the authors

Melissa McCone



Melissa McClone has published over thirty novels with Harlequin and Tule Publishing Group. She has also been nominated for Romance Writers of America’s RITA® award. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, three school-aged children, two spoiled Norwegian Elkhounds and cats who think they rule the house.
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Madeline Ash



Madeline has always lived in Melbourne. She is emotionally allergic to spontaneity, and yet doesn't mind the weather that drags her into rain when she's planned for sunshine. She likes to call this her wild side.
She's a Virgo, vegetarian, and once had a romantic suspense-style dream in which the hero was a shredded lettuce sandwich and the villain was a cherry tomato. The tomato got away. She took the dream as a sign that she'd better stick to writing contemporary romance.
Her stories have spunky heroines, strong heroes, and as much dialogue as she can cram in. As for why she writes romance, she's in a long-term relationship with the genre and writing such stories makes it happy.
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Website - madelineash.net
Twitter handle - @Madeline_Ash

Kathleen O'Brien



After a short career as a feature writer and TV critic, Kathleen O’Brien turned to writing romance, and the job fit so well she never looked back. Now she’s published more than forty titles, is a five-time finalist for the Romance Writers of America’s RITA award, and holds an MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University. She lives near Orlando with her former-journalist husband, just down the road from their two grown children and, of course, the ever-famous Mouse.

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Jeannie Moon





Jeannie Moon has always been a romantic. When she’s not spinning tales of her own, Jeannie works as a school librarian, thankful she has a job that allows her to immerse herself in books and call it work. Married to her high school sweetheart, Jeannie has three kids, three lovable dogs and a mischievous cat and lives in her hometown on Long Island, NY. If she’s more than ten miles away from salt water for any longer than a week, she gets twitchy.
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19 comments:

  1. My favorite part is the forbidden part! It's there in all of the royalty romances I've read so far!

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  2. always fun to think of the possibility of living in a royal palace with the HEA

    Denise

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  3. I have really enjoyed all of these books

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  4. I think my favorite part of reading royalty romance is dreaming back when you were a child and thinks about being a princess is part of it. Entering under the name of Virginia.

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  5. Royalty romances make me dream about being a princess with lovely jewels. But I wouldn't trade my life to be a princess, as my husband and three kids are my most precious jewels. xo

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  6. everything! love the beautiful scenes, sharing being a princess, dreaming it's me LOL, going on fantastic adventures

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  7. I love reading about royalty! It makes me think back to when my daughters were little and they called themselves the princesses and their mom was the Queen. I'm still the Queen in my house but now I'm happily married to my King. He was a frog at one point, but guess my kiss got him out of that whole froggishness.

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  8. I love the thought of living in a castle and not having to clean it. LOL

    Marcy Shuler
    bmndshuler(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  9. Maria Theresa SantosMay 16, 2015 at 12:47 AM

    the royal romance

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  10. My favorite part of reading royalty romances is the "Game of Thrones" type of escapism!

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  11. My favorite part of reading royalty romances is the imagery that the author shares with the reader and the depth of the characters in the book.

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  12. I love princess and princes, they leave such interesting lives.

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  13. I like it when they get involved with commoners, it makes it much more interesting.

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  14. My favorite part of reading royalty romances is the adventure which occurs.

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  15. I think every little girl reads and dreams about being a princess so when your older you like to tap into that youthful dream when reading about a royal romance

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  16. Thank you for being a part of the Royal Holiday blog tour! I'm thrilled you enjoyed Her Secret Prince and that it left you smiling :-)

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  17. I like the possibilities of the royal and the commoner :)

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  18. I love the ceremony, beautiful clothes, raised with a strong sense of responsibility and nobility. Well educated and who doesnt love prince and princesses. :)

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