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Image of The Prince's Secret Bride


Image of The Prince's Secret Bride
By chance, Prince Nico of the House of Montenevada comes to the rescue of a woman who calls herself "Marisa Fleur." A mugging victim, she claims to have amnesia. But coded documents sewn into her clothing suggest that Marisa could be a spy. Despite the possibility -- and their country's recently ended war -- Nico is very attracted to her, and he hopes there's a far less sinister explanation. Raye Morgan begins the Royals of Montenevada with The Prince's Secret Bride (3). It's a decent book, and Nico's lovely, but the heroine's amnesia keeps readers at a distance from her and their relationship.
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer