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Booking her client, Prince Dante of Monterra, on reality show Marry Me is a royal coup for PR agent Lemon Beauchamp. But thanks to a last-minute glitch, Lemon must pretend to be one of the contestants vying to win the playboy prince's love and then live happily ever after - at least until the publicity tour ends.

Prince Dante agreed to go on the show to find a wife, even though he already has the perfect candidate in mind. She's smart, funny, sexy, and completely uninterested in wealth and fame. She's also absolutely determined to keep him at arm's length.

Even if Lemon weren't already engaged, she can't trust a notorious flirt like Dante. So she ignores the lingering looks. Those subtle, thrilling touches. That pulse-quickening kiss. Until suddenly, Lemon isn't playing for the cameras. She's lovestruck for real, and just maybe, the man behind the title is the one who's always been in her heart....

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  • SIMARA
  • Bayamon, Puerto Rico
  • 01-06-17

A Wonderful fairytale

I've read and listened to hundreds of romance books so I rarely give five stars to any story because I have read and heard it all before. This story totally deserves five fan-freaking-tastic stars. It's just such a sweet fairytale story. The reality TV aspect was mild and it was more centered around Lemon and Dante. This story is funny, sweet, adorable and very romantic without including a single sex scene. I feel like this story is perfect for anyone who likes fairytales and believes in love.

The narration is very good too. Ms. Panfilio was able to do the southern accent very well and at the same time she did very good male voices with italian accent. This must have been challenging for her but it came out very natural. Her narration definitely added to this wonderful story.

This book is well worth a credit but it is a better deal if you buy the kindle version and add the audible book as well.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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  • ma
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  • 11-30-16

Love it--must have

I read the first book with Kat and Nico and fell in love. Purchased the second and third book with the audible version while buying the kindle book version. I love the story line of this book and the narrator did an awesome job bringing the characters to life. I found myself laughing and smiling all the way to the end. I have read many books and heard many through audible this is one of my favorites. I give it five stars all around😊

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Absolutely adorable!

I'm not at all a reality TV type person, and in the past I've tried to enjoy novels set in reality TV shows with little success. I was willing to give this one a chance, though, because I liked the premise--and I'm so glad I did! Lemon's a great narrator, and even when the reader's practically shouting at her to dump her loser fiance and give Dante a chance already, it's impossible not to love her. Her uniquely southern voice (especially with all of her laugh out loud sayings, like "I had imagined I'd feel happier than a tick on a fat dog when I got engaged") really gave the book flavor. Throw in Prince Dante's text messages at the beginning of each chapter (the only time we hear directly from him; the story's all from Lemon's POV), and I was completely charmed.

I haven't read book one yet ( Royal Date ), but it's absolutely made it onto the short version of my TBR, because Lemon gives us enough teasers that I really want to find out Kat and Nico's story. Plus, the opportunity to see Lemon and Dante's from the very beginning is just too good to pass up. I must know all!

Since we're only privy to what Lemon knows in the book, there's a whopper of a secret being kept from both of us concerning what's going on with Dante and the bachlorettes, which leads us right into book three in the series, Rafe's book. I absolutely cannot wait! Is it July yet? ;)

(The audiobook version absolutely makes this story, BTW. The narrator nails Lemon's accent, and gives her voice that little bit extra. I'd love to see books one and three also be released on audio--hint, hint! :))

Rating: 4 1/2 stars / A

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A royal reality show

It was kind and of frustrating that Lemon kept pushing Dante away despite her feelings for him. I understand why she has reservations about dating him but whenever Dante told her that he had true feelings for her she always assumed he was pretending. For this reason I gave the story 4 stars. The banter between Lemon and Dante was a bright spot of the book.
I enjoyed the narration, the way she did the voice for Dante was really good!

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This Girl is Dumber Then a Pile of Rocks

Royal Chase is in a word frustrating. Our main character Lemon was raised sheltered and continues to be such during this book version of the Bachelor. It was increasingly frustrating to listen as people told her point blank about certain things and then she refuses to believe it. Then when she is is proven wrong all she can think is "Why didn't anyone tell me?" Girl we tried...

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  • ALH
  • oklahoma
  • 07-07-17

When a reader makes ALL the difference!

If you could sum up Royal Chase in three words, what would they be?

(This is only for the Audible version)<br/>Cute, interesting, well-read

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

I was so put off by 1) The whole "Bachelor" premise (the names were funny, barely changed or borrowed from other "reality" shows). and 2) Oh goody, an American girl will marry a Prince, yawn. <br/>BUT - there actually were some surprises.I actually like this girl, someone who could be a friend because she has women friends, is not just "I want to be a Princess!". And the girl who read the book was completely delightful. I felt like this was indeed "Lemon", who is the protagonist and tells the story in first person.<br/><br/>There are a lot of "time jumps/flashbacks" that aren't clearly delineated, so that was confusing at the beginning, but eventually I figured it out. <br/><br/>I didn't love how she read the Prince. I kept picturing an 11 year old by who would be called a scamp :) But still better than listening to a male try to "do" female voices.

What about Cristina Panfilio’s performance did you like?

I am pretty sure she made the entire book. I so often cringe at bad accents, but she was very careful to not turn into a stereotypical "hick" voice, which is not the same as a true Southern United States accent (I even went and listened to another book she narrated to see if this was just her "always" voice. It is not!) So well done, she brought Lemon to life!

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

No, I actually picked this because I listen to light audiobooks when I have Monster Migraines, so i just wanted enough for a while, and this was just right. I chuckled a few times out loud toward the end, which was very nice. :)

Any additional comments?

Don't judge an audiobook by its cover. :) Or the fact that it seems to be part of a bunch of books that turn every 20-something into Grace Kelly. I appreciate that Lemon can fully stand on her own two feet and IIRC, never required "rescuing" by a Prince. The previous books I listened to were ALL about that (different author, supposed to be about mysteries in a small town) so it was nice to have a grown woman, even though she is still really young, who wants to work, who starts her own company....

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Sweet story

I Loved the story but narrator struggled with accents. With this story it is important.

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Wonderful Book and Performance

The narrator, Cristina Panfilio, did a marvellous job! I enjoyed her southern accent and expressions.

Sariah Wilson wrote a great storyline. Loved the twist at the end. I read the first book of the series, and now have listened to the second book. Both forms were worth my time!!

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Great spin on a cinderella-esk tale

Honestly this made all the earmarks of a good story for me and was beautifully performed.

It made me cringe, made me cry, made me laugh, made me snort water on my desk, and oh yeah made me yell at the characters a few times so strangers think I talk to myself. What more can you ask for from a story?!

P.S. it taught a lesson too, or reestablished one at least, never trust those reality tv shows!

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What a delight!

WHAT IT'S ABOUT
Booking her client, Prince Dante of Monterra, on reality show Marry Me is a royal coup for PR agent Lemon Beauchamp. But thanks to a last-minute glitch, Lemon must pretend to be one of the contestants vying to win the playboy prince’s love and then live happily ever after—at least until the publicity tour ends.

Prince Dante agreed to go on the show to find a wife, even though he already has the perfect candidate in mind. She’s smart, funny, sexy, and completely uninterested in wealth and fame. She’s also absolutely determined to keep him at arm’s length.

Even if Lemon weren’t already engaged, she can’t trust a notorious flirt like Dante. So she ignores the lingering looks. Those subtle, thrilling touches. That pulse-quickening kiss. Until suddenly, Lemon isn’t playing for the cameras. She’s lovestruck for real, and just maybe, the man behind the title is the one who’s always been in her heart.…

MY TAKE
I thoroughly enjoyed the first book in this series. Being immersed in a new story with these characters was a lot of fun. I totally forgot how much Lemon makes me laugh. She's hilarious. And besides being feisty, she really is a nice person. And Dante? *sigh*

I listened to the audiobook and the narrator, Cristina Panfilio, was perfect!