This third -- and final -- book in
the Alaskan Royal Family series has short chapters and is almost novella length. Davidson sticks to the style
of previous stories with crude, quick language, and a few romantic tussles add spark. Readers will delight in the everybody's-thinking-it style statements made by the characters, while several giggle-worthy moments round out the story.

Nicole Krenski honors her mother's dying wish by contacting her birth father, who just happens to be the King of Alaska. The royal family, complete with bodyguards, descends on her, and one member of the group appeals to Nicole in a way she never expected. When she moves into the palace, offers that can't be refused start to fly. (BRAVA, Sep., 352 pp., $14.00)
Reviewed by: 
Jennifer Madsen