Holiday Royale

Narrated by: Ginger Cornish
Series: Bravo Royales, Book 6
Length: 5 hrs and 42 mins
4 out of 5 stars (27 ratings)

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A playboy prince is roped into giving love lessons to a young, innocent woman - only to find himself falling for his eager pupil, in USA Today best-selling author Christine Rimmer's newest addition to her Bravo Royales miniseries....

Up till now, Lucy Cordell has led a pretty sheltered life - but she's ready to burst out of her shell. Still, she has absolutely zero experience with men - so she needs help. Someone to help her shed the cloak that seems to scream "Virgin!" every time she gets within five miles of an eligible guy. Who better than the dashing Player Prince, Damien of Montedoro? He's always come to her rescue before...

True - but Dami only agrees to school Lucy in the fine art of seduction because he's afraid of who she'll ask if he says no! Besides, she needs protection from all the wolves out there. Still, when it comes to Lucy's sweet, lit-from-within beauty, Damien has to wonder...who is going to protect him?

©2013 Christine Rimmer (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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It’s just ok

This is a story that has been written many times before. Virgin wants a pretend boyfriend to practice because she is interested in someone else. While pretending they fall in love and live happily ever after. The twist here is that the pretend boyfriend is a royal. That makes it even more unlikely and unbelievable. It was an ok story if you like predictable settings and enjoy Harlequin type ideal romances. The narration was pretty good although the male voices could have been better.