Monday, March 2, 2020

Royal Heir by Traci Hunter Abramson

Within a fairy-tale palace overlooking the azure waters of the Mediterranean, Princess Cassandra of Sereno leads a charmed life—until that life is nearly cut short in an assassination attempt. Desperate to protect his daughter, the king sends the princess to safety in the one place he trusts: the neighboring country of Meridia. There, Cassie’s life is placed in the hands of a man who possesses the skills to protect her. CIA agent Levi Marin has years of experience pretending to be someone he’s not, but posing as the boyfriend of a real-life princess is new, even to him.

With the CIA and Interpol hot on the trail of the assassin, Levi and Cassie do their best to blend in in Meridia and to remain professional amid their charade. Yet despite their best efforts, the charade begins to feel all too real. Their chemistry is undeniable, but forgetting the dangerous reality of their situation could prove a deadly mistake. Cassie’s would-be killer is still at large, and her search for answers is leading her ever closer to a shocking revelation that will rock the monarchy of Sereno to its core.

Traci Hunter Abramson is one of my favorite go-to authors.  She writes several different genres and I enjoy them all.  This book is a continuation of her royal books but can easily stand alone.  I have to say that I sure love this cover better than the previous ones!

I love the setting of this book and wish I could go somewhere with warm azure waters right now.  There is something about imagining the life of a princess in danger and a dashing, strong man to protect her.  It definitely feeds those romantic notions that live in my head.  Levi is awesome.  Trustworthy, brave, smart.  All the things a great hero lead should be.  Levi and Cassie's relationship feels mature and believable.  I enjoyed them both very much.

The plot in this story has a great build up.  Information comes in a steady stream and keeps building until the explosive climax hits.  I was interested from beginning to end.  This is a clean romantic suspense.

Content:  mild violence, mild peril, kissing

- I received a complimentary copy of this book.  All opinions expressed are my own.

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