Review: A Real Prince

Synopsis:

THE BACHELOR PRINCE

A man who happens to be a prince…
Stefano Giorgio Paolo is the heir to the throne of his small country, and he’s come to America in search of a bride. A wealthy bride who can help save his kingdom from financial ruin. But the woman he actually wants is Hope Jordan—who has nothing to offer him except her love. Can The Bachelor Prince give up his throne for the woman he loves?
YESTERDAY’S HERO
A prince of a man…
Renowned photographer Cain Hawkins proposes a marriage of convenience to marine biologist Leah Talmadge—so she won’t have to miss the adventure of a lifetime, an expedition to study the rare whales of the faraway Diamantina Islands. The governor denies permission for an unmarried man and woman to share living quarters. The obvious solution is marriage. A temporary solution, they think. As it turns out, there’s more to this marriage than convenience—and Cain’s a lot more than Yesterday’s Hero! 

Rating: 4.5-stars

Review:

A Real Prince by Debbie Macomber is a 2 in 1 read. Two novellas inside one amazing book. 

The first tale is about a prince whose country is in a bad state. Financially speaking, it needs to find a way to get money flowing again. The prince’s only way to save his country is to find himself a rich bride. However, he finds a woman who steals his heart instead. She doesn’t have money to offer him, but her love is so much more than he imagined. The prince isn’t the only man who finds someone to love…

The second tale is about a photographer who teams up with a female biologist to go on a lifetime adventure. The only catch is that only a married couple can go on this trip…so, a fake marriage of convience happens and the unexpected happens. A life altering change for both. Love hits them hard when they least expected it. A beautiful gift is given to them as well. 

A Real Prince by Debbie Macomber was well-written. Heartfelt, chariming, and sweet. Romantic too. Each of the characters felt real. Their lives were believable. The situations they’re in were fun to watch unfold. Every page was entertaining. Overall, I highly recommend it to all. 

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