Publisher: Musa Publishing
Publish Date: November 10, 2011
Origins: From Publisher for Review
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Synopsis: Susan Murphree always heard you have to kiss a lot of frogs to find your handsome prince, but she'd settle for one honest man who didn't act like a toad. Her hot new neighbor, research fellow Robert Taj, certainly doesn't look like a toad, but Susan has learned looks can be deceiving. Sure, he has a sexy foreign accent and a drool-worthy body, but anyone that mysterious must have secrets.
Robert's secret is that he's a real prince, heir to the throne in the tiny European country of Cartasia. Now that he's in America all he wants is to focus on his research and be accepted for the man he is, not the title he bears. Once he's fallen for Susan he worries revealing the truth will mean losing the only woman he's ever loved. Can this real life fairy tale have a happy ending?
Review: Does 'Happily Ever After' really exist? Susan Murphree doesn't think so. She's been burned by a relationship with a co-worker and doesn't want to fall again for the wrong man. Even though her mother tells her she has to kiss a lot of frogs before she meets her prince, Susan's not sure sure it's worth all the warts along the way. Until she meets Robert Taj and is infatuated with him from the beginning. But even Robert has a secret - will it drive them apart or will there be a 'happily ever after' in the cards?
The Handsomest Prince is a sweet, sensual, and sexy story of love coming along when you least expect it. As with other Musa books I've read, the physical side of the romance is hot and heavy - leaving you breathless as Susan is by Robert's kisses. A fun read with charismatic characters, The Handsomest Prince is a great book to sit back and relax with on a rainy day.
Other Books by this Author: West with the Wind