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I joined Jameson Force Security for three reasons: the missions, the danger, and the money. I definitely didn’t join the team to be an overpriced babysitter for a spoiled princess. Ask anyone who knows me, and they’ll tell you Jackson Gale is an adventurer through and through. Yet here I am, halfway across the world, watching over Princess Camille of the House Winterbourne. Even her name sounds stuck up.

After arriving in Bretaria, I realize that Princess Camille is nothing that I expected. Beautiful, smart, and sophisticated, Camille is the very picture of elegance and grace. But under her perfect façade, she is funny, adventurous, sexy as hell, and impossible to resist. And that is a dangerous combination.

The closer Camille and I become, the more obvious it is that while she and I are compatible in many ways, our destinies are not. She has a duty to the monarchy, and I’m just an average American who’s fallen for a princess. Everyone says we can’t be together, but how does one walk away from the other half of their heart?

©2021 Sawyer Bennett (P)2021 Sawyer Bennett

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Another Winner!

This book draws you in from the very beginning, I have loved each one of these books from the author. They are always wonderfully done and keep those pages turning.

Jackson Gale learns that his next assignment revolves around the personal protection of a Princess from a small island near Australia, let’s just say he’s not that thrilled about guarding an entitled, spoiled princess.

Camille Winterbourne, who is the Princess of Bretaria and next in line to the throne. Once she learns she’ll have new guard on her trip to the United States, she’s not looking forward to that either so they both really don’t want the other around.

However they get to know one another a bit more and realize they may have had the wrong impression towards each other. Wonderful story overall. Definitely worth the listen.

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Tiara

I want to be Princess Camille. Strong, intelligent, business-bad@$$ who lives on an island where it's sunny and 75* year round? YES PLEASE.

But, if I can't be Camille, can I at least have my own Jackson Gale? Pretty, pretty please...with sugar on top?

These two were so hot. Such a great juxtaposition of characters - Camille regal and diplomatic, Jackson rough and tumble. But they worked. They adventure they share is a fun modern day fairy tale.

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Royalty and the Bodyguard

Jackson and Camille are absolutely perfect. Even though she is royalty, Camille is all about the adventure and not so much about her wealth. Being assigned her personal bodyguard as she travels around the United States, Jackson finds it harder and harder to keep his attraction under wraps but Camille temps him every chance she gets. Their chemistry is off the charts and they fall in love, but will her royal duties keep them from finding their HEA.

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Narrators fit perfectly

I don't dabble in royal romances often but give me a rough and protective ex-military mixed in and I'm all over it! Jackson isn't thrilled with his newest charge, Princess Camille. Jackson soon learns that there's more to the princess than making sure her tiara is on strait. She's smart and fun, she's loyal, and she's a rebel at heart. She yearns to do more. These two quickly butted heads... then unleash the banter and the undeniable chemistry. As they travel through the states, they find themselves liking the others company. They find themselves struggling to be professional and not give in to their wants. It's only a matter of time. Can their budding relationship stand the life of royal and commoner mingling?

The narrators really preformed well and this wasn't an easy feat. There were characters that were from various nationality and the narrators didn't miss a beat. The narrators Samantha Cook and Rupert Channing were made for this book. Channing killed a Russian accent.  He also brought Jackson to life. Jackson is a former Navy Seal and he definitely comes off strict, regimented. Cook gives us a flawless British accent as well as an American accent. Cook really seemed to fit Camille's character. I love when narrators step right into the characters shoes and own them.

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Protecting the Princess

Jackson Gale wanted nothing to do with a spoiled princess. He considered it babysitting but Camille is unlike any woman he has ever met. He will slowly realize she is more than she seems. Camille’s life is in danger and the need to keep her safe was exactly what he needed. His skills would ensure she would stay safe and ultimately lead him to fall for the beautiful Princess. He never really stood a chance and she would give him everything he was missing in his life.

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Royal Romance of Assumptions and Misconceptions

I'm a sucker for a Military romance, and adding in a Royal had me really excited for this seventh book in the Jameson Force series. Enter security guard Jackson and Royal Camille. Jackson has preconceived notions that Camille is going to be spoiled and entitled. But that isn't what Jackson finds at all.

Fate is at work for these two opposites as attraction sets into motion, but fate isn't going to be completely agreeable as Camille's father isn't sold on Jackson at first. This is a low suspense book with it being a sub plot, but the main focus was the developing romance between Jackson and Camille.

Samantha Cook and Rupert Channing did an excellent job with the narration of the book. I really enjoyed their acting on this, and I they kept me interested in the story throughout.

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Heart, heat and humor collide ....

Bennett strikes comedic gold without even trying. Jackson and Camille are a perfect match in a not quite perfect world. Caught up in circumstances beyond their control neither is determined to give an inch. What ensues is a battle of wills that will have surprising results. Heart, heat and intrigue collide to create an explosive story.

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Another great story in this series

Jackson and Camille's story isn't a typical bodyguard/princess story. Camille is never bratty or entitled. She is a good person with a good head on her shoulders who truly cares about others. It doesn't take Jackson long to figure out that he had her pegged all wrong.

This story had suspense and love and heat! It was a great ride as we learned about Camille and who would want her and her father dead. The love story between Camille and Jackson was so heartfelt and you could just feel their pain as they gave into their feelings, knowing it could never be.

Great story in this series!

The narrators did a great job telling this story.

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Princess and the knight in shining armor

Once again Sawyer Bennett has out done herself. This book has everything, a princess, a knight in shining armor and a great story line. Jackson is dreading his assignment to watch over princess Camille, he thinks she’s just going to be a spoiled little brat, but when he finds out she’s way more than that and he’s falling in love what is he supposed to do? The last thing Camille is thinking is she will fall in love with her protector, but with each day she is falling harder and harder. Would the royal family except Jackson into their fold, would they let Camille live her life on her own terms, you have to read and find out, and in my case I had to listen to find out, the narration on this book is spot on , they did a great job voicing Jackson and Camille. A must read or listen!

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A Royal Romance!

This is the seventh book in the amazing Jameson Force Security Series, a Romantic Suspense. I love Royal Romance! Jackson and Camille's story is entertaining, sexy, and heartwarming. Jackson is handsome and protective. Camille is lovely, and caring. The supporting characters are amazing! Rupert Channing and Samantha Cook did an outstanding job with the narration. I love their voices together, and this audiobook was very pleasant to listen to. This is a great addition to the Series, and I enjoyed it. I HIGHLY recommend it.

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  • Kerchenski
  • 09-14-21

Love this book from this series

Code name tiara has quickly become one of my favorites in this series. Jackson and Camille are so great and have so much chemistry. I could not stop reading or listening to their story. I loved how strong Camille is and not spoiled. Sawyer Bennett really made you root for,them and want more. This series is getting better with each book . Rupert Channing and Samantha Cook have made me fans of theirs because their narration was wonderful.

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  • LilleyLoohLah
  • 09-14-21

This series just gets better and better

Jackson Gale and Princess Camille Winterbourne, my new favourite couple. I truly adored them. Princess Camille needs personal security for, among other things, a trip to America, and who better to ‘babysit’ her than former Navy SEAL, Jackson Gale. Not his ideal assignment, and definitely not what he wants on his résumé, but he was given no choice, doesn’t mean he’s got to like it though. I loved both Jackson and Camille, they both spoke their mind, truths coming out left, right and centre, they said it as it was. I loved that no matter how hardheaded Camille was in public, she submitted to Jackson in private and let him take the lead. The story was intriguing, it was addictive, not forgetting the suspense, and of course the sexy times. The story definitely lends itself to audio. Narrated by Rupert Channing (absolutely perfect as Jackson), and Samantha Cook. I got lost in audio heaven. This series just gets better and better. Jameson Force Security at its utmost best. I can’t wait to see what comes next.

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  • K1burger
  • 09-14-21

Great narration

I loved the narration on this audiobook. Both were new narrators to me and I loved the voices. As for the book I enjoyed it although not as much as the other books in the Jamieson Force Security series. The characters and the story in general I liked but I found the ending quite predictable and I don't like it when that happens.

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  • Reggie
  • 09-10-21

The bodyguard and the princess

Jameson Security specialist, Jackson, has served on protection detail for numerous dignitaries and celebrities but never royalty. He is not thrilled to be assigned to guard Princess Camille of a tiny, wealthy country. Camille is coming up on her 25th birthday and her parents want her to marry. Sadly, none of her suitors are appealing. When Jackson and Camille meet, each has preconceived ideas of the other but as time goes by, feelings grow. A relationship between a blue collar and a royal can never work…then there’s that matter of a planned assassination
Lots of action, steamy moments and some tears.
Compelling performances by the narration team makes this a definite relisten for me.

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  • PATRICIA
  • 09-09-21

Jackson & Camille!

If you had to have a bodyguard, Jackson is definitely who you would want. Sawyer Bennett brings us book 7 of the Jameson Force Security series and I loved it. Each of these stands alone, but the crossover of characters will make you want to go back and listen to the first 6. There is a threat to the monarchy of Bretaria, just weeks before Princess Camille's 25th birthday, the time she is eligible to take on monarchy duties. To keep things safe, the king arranges a bodyguard for her upcoming vacation, but does not clue into why. So she takes Jackson with her. He is not happy about this assignment of babysitting, but is pleasantly surprised that his expectations are wrong. Camille proves to be not only beautiful, but an intelligent and humble woman. But as their attraction grows, the threats become greater. And so do their feelings! What will become of these two, the monarchy and the future of Jameson's adventurous agent? Fun, fun, fun! A little steam, a little suspense, amazing characters and a wonderful story had me entranced for hours. From their stops along the way, the quick trip to Jackson's parents and the fun with Demetri, the old stick in the mud of the monarchy security, I had all the emotions playing on in my heart. Plus we got a cameo from Kynan, which makes that sense of camaraderie come through. It's another fantastic listen!

Rupert Channing is amazing, and I loved him cast as Jackson. He held my heart with his alpha tendencies as well as his vulnerabilities. He added some accents in with various characters and made the story go by fast! Camille is a wonderful character with a variety of moods and personality traits. Each one is expressed to perfection by the incredible Samantha Cook. She nails her accent, keeps her feisty with an underlying openness to her emotions. I loved this cast and enjoyed their performance.

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  • Bette
  • 09-09-21

Excellent Story & Listen🎧 Enthralling & Heartfelt!

Sawyer Bennett continues to wow me with another fantastic novel set in her “Jameson Force Security” world and I loved everything about it. This seventh book of the series stands on its own, though I highly recommend the earlier books, the characters and storylines are brilliant, as is the world building. There have been threat made against the King and Monarch of Bretaria, so he and his security team hired Jameson Force Security to protect Camille Winterbourne, the Princess of Bretaria, the next in line to the throne. Princess Camille’s duties and responsibilities to the monarch begin after her twenty-fifth birthday. She has a vacation planned before that happens, first a trip to London and then to the US visiting several locations. They kept her in the dark about the threats, her father did not want her to worry. Kynan put the protective detail together and assigned Jackson Gale as her personal bodyguard. The assignment does not thrill him because he has an image in his head that she is a bratty, spoiled, rich princess who is used to getting her way. Oh how wrong he was, she turned out to be so much more than he imagined. The two clicked like no other, the chemistry between them was undeniable, and it continued to sizzle until they could no longer deny it or each other. I loved how everything played out in this book; the story is both beautifully and cleverly plotted with the perfect balance of drama, a touch of angst, thrilling suspense, lots of heartfelt emotions and passionate romance. Sawyer Bennett, thank you for another amazing novel!

🎧📚🎧 And for the fabulous narration, Rupert Channing and Samantha Cook are talented narrators and versatile voice artists. They did an awesome job bringing these characters to life, humanizing them, giving each their own distinct voice, making it easy to follow and tell who is who. Their portrayal of the characters was spot on, they had a complete understanding of each role they played, sounding believable in that role and just as I pictured they would sound. They set the perfect tone for the story, captured all the character’s emotions and projected them into their performance. They are entertaining storytellers and a pleasure to listen to. Thank you for the fabulous listen.

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  • Carissa R.
  • 09-08-21

4 stars

I normally don't read too many modern royal stories. I literally just finished binge watching the TV series Reign which I just finished yesterday and Code Name: Tiara has some serious Princess Claude and Leith vibes! I really enjoyed this one as its a quick read for quick hea in a day.

Narrators Rupert Channing & Samantha Cook were perfect!

I received this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this unbiased review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.