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Review: “The Prince’s Royal Concubine” by Lynn Raye Harris

Feb 25
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TPRC cover 2Title: The Prince’s Royal Concubine

Series: A Royal Duo, bk 2

Author: Lynn Raye Harris 

Rating: 5 stars

Publisher: Harlequin Presents/Mills & Boon Modern

Publication date: June 2010

Synopsis: Two glittering royal houses…

Prince Cristiano di Savaré hunts his prey by ruthless means. Tonight’s pickings–Antonella Romanelli, crown princess of a rival country and part of a dynasty he has every reason to despise….

One majestic seduction

Antonella is rocked by Cristiano’s unexpected magnetism. But there’s ice in his wolfish smile…. She’s far from the promiscuous, spoiled socialite he believes her to be, but Cristiano is here to persuade her into compliance. If bedding her is what it takes, then it will make his mission all the more pleasurable….



Review: The synopsis of this book does not do the actual story justice. Lynn Raye Harris tackles the effects of emotional and physical abuse, as well as survivor’s guilt, in a story which takes place largely during a hurricane.

Cristiano and Antonella are royalty, and they project the image many of us associate with that – expensive clothes, jewels, private jets, Caribbean getaways, but beneath it all are two people on a parallel mission to bring peace and prosperity to their neighbouring yet warring countries.

Lynn Raye Harris has become an auto-buy for me and this book, published almost 3 years ago, did not disappoint. 😀

I highly recommend you get your own copy of this book so you can discover for yourself how Cristiano and Antonella find their own HEA.

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