A Home for Nobody’s Princess by Leanne Banks

Posted September 7th, 2012 by in Blog, Review, Special Edition. / 0 comments

 A Home for Nobody’s Princess by Leanne Banks

 

 

Publication: September 18th 2012 by Harlequin

Book Info:

“HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE A PRINCESS?” Coco Jordan wished she knew the answer. Discovering she was the illegitimate daughter of the prince of Chantaine took some getting used to-especially when she was working as a nanny on a Texas ranch As much as she tried to focus on caring for baby Emma, her newfound fame kept getting in the way. Until help arrived from an unexpected-and handsome-source…

Widowed rancher Benjamin Garner would do anything for his daughter-even fake an engagement to Coco to keep the paparazzi at bay. Princess or not, Coco’s the best woman for his child’s needs-and though he doesn’t dare think about it too much, probably his own. Soon their “royal romance” is making headlines-but can their all-too-real love survive the pressure?

Review:

Imagine just living your life as a ordinary woman and then suddenly finding out you are the illegitimate daughter of a prince ! That is exactly what happened in A Home for Nobody’s Princess, one of the most beautiful books I have read.

The superb mix of a gorgeous baby and a honest to goodness to die for man coming to the rescue of the “princess in distress” made this one a real winner. Every single word filled my thoughts while reading. The author laced the story with passion, romance, love, a little royal glitz and glamor and ample intriguing moments.

It also took me a little into the world of ‘a Royal Princess’ the courage it takes to face the “duties” , endless scandal and media atttention specially if you have newly acquired a title.

I simply adored everything about this book and Leanne Banks once again proved why she is one of the top selling authors of all time.

 

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