Review: Revelations of a Secret Princess


A princess in disguise…

To find her precious daughter, stolen from her at birth, Princess Carolina will do anything. Including masquerading as a nanny! Jake Maynard, her daughter’s uncle, is all that’s standing in the way of the reunion Caro has yearned for. If only her body got the message he’s the enemy…

Caro knows this powerful billionaire won’t give up the only family he has left. Yet after years of emotional numbness, Jake is reawakening her! He shows Caro a life filled with passion, not protocol, but what will happen when Jake discovers her true identity?

Rating: 4.5-stars


Revelations of a Secret Princess by Annie West is not like any other book I have read about princesses. Its story details that of a princess who lost her mother at a young age, dealt with an overbearing and jerk of a father, and had her baby stolen from her. The pain of all those situations could be felt throughout the novella. Her grief tore at my heartstrings. All this princess wanted was to find her daughter whom she was told died as a stillborn. A midwife finally released the secret of that terrible day. Her father, the King, ordered the baby removed. I felt relief that he didn’t have the baby girl killed. Now, the princess had to get through to an over protective uncle who just lost his brother and sister-in-law. The daughter she had lost both her adoptive parents and is still grieving their loss. So much at stake, so much to lose, and plenty of attraction to make the tensions even higher-I loved every moment of this story!

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