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Blurb: A one night stand. A lifelong obsession.

One magical summer, Megan Hallberg met—and loved—Prince Stefano Barrali. But his royal duties took him home, and when she discovered she carried his child, she also discovered he was a beautiful, worldly aristocrat.

Ten years later, Stefano runs into Megan at the grand opening of a Barcelona hotel, and it's his every sensual fantasy come to life. His memory of the stunning blonde and their passionate summer has haunted his dreams, and a night under the stars gives him the perfect opportunity to reclaim the woman he thought lost to him.

Megan finds herself torn between passion with a prince and a fierce need to protect her daughter. Can the man who captured her heart so many years ago be her destiny...or her downfall?

Review: Love found, thought lost, possibly found again. Conflict, misunderstandings, and a tangle of issues to be sorted out.

Scandal with the Prince was a good read. The book had good characters, a story that sets a good pace from the beginning, and - while some could say that the book follows a formula - the reader (in my opinion) is not "sold" on it in an obvious manner.

Look forward to seeing more from the author.

(Cover image and blurb (c) Nicole Burnham
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Blurb: As childhood sweethearts growing up in a small Texas town, Jordan and Cassie were the golden couple of their generation—the epitome of the All-American couple one only saw portrayed in movies. But after high school ended, and with the promise that nothing could break their relationship, Jordan moved to California to play football in college, leaving Cassie with a broken heart while residing in their sleepy little town.

Six years later, Jordan is now the starting quarterback for the Miami Dolphins. At the peak of his career, he returns home following his father’s health scare, and in the process, learns he fathered a child with his former flame.

While Cassie may have had her reasons for concealing her son from his father for five years, Jordan is determined to be a part of his child’s life—despite being worlds apart from each other.

Unions will be tested as two worlds collide once more in an attempt to restore a former spark, but will it be enough to make a family whole again? Will Jordan believe home really is where the heart is?

Review: I found the book to be an enjoyable read - especially the characters. I enjoyed how the characters, well, 'danced' around each other and worked things out. I liked how Jordan and Cassie worked things out.

What caught my attention, though, is the possible relationship between Nick and Gabby. Maybe a look at a future book in the making? :)

Very nice debut read from Ms. Mack and I look forward to seeing more from her in the future.


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