REVIEW: Marrying Her Royal Enemy by Jennifer Hayward

Posted July 18th, 2016 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Presents, Review / 2 comments

 
Marrying-Her-Royal-Enemy-Kingdoms-Crowns-3In Marrying Her Royal Enemy by Jennifer Hayward, For peace in her kingdom, Stella Constantinides agreed to marry the man she once bared her heart to with disastrous effect.

The feisty princess refuses to be his pawn, yet one night in their marriage bed proves that Stella will never be immune to her husband’s charms. Soon Stella begins to see a truth behind the sins of their past…and she finds herself doing what she swore she’d never do—fall for her husband!

A well written romance on the arrange marriage trope, Marrying Her Royal Enemy starts off great and continues a good pace till the end. Stella is a strong feisty heroine who enters marriage with reluctance but later does everything in her power to make her marriage work. Kostas is a tortured hero who holds himself responsible for his brother’s death. According to me, the past incident revolving around his brother’s accident was not resolved fully so maybe there will be a fourth book regarding the same. The romance is gradual and I loved the way Stella and Kostas slowly fell for each other.An awesome combination of passion, emotion and trust made their romance so much enjoyable. Overall, a few things could have been resolved a little more but nevertheless, I enjoyed Stella and Kostas’s story.

Book Info:

4S Expected publication: August 1st 2016 | Harlequin Presents | (Kingdoms & Crowns #3)

The man she loves to hate…

Most women would kill to be draped in ivory lace and walking up the aisle toward King Kostas Laskos. Stella Constantinides isn’t most women. But for peace in her kingdom, she’s agreed to marry the man she once bared her heart to with disastrous effect.

The feisty princess refuses to be his pawn, yet one night in their marriage bed proves that Stella will never be immune to her husband’s charms. Soon Stella begins to see a truth behind the sins of their past…and she finds herself doing what she swore she’d never do—fall for her husband!

 

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