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Royal Treatment (His Royal Hotness #2)

  

Royal Treatment
His Royal Hotness #2
Tracy Wolff
April 24th 2018

 

What’s a crown prince to do with time on his hands? Or better yet, who? It’s Prince Garrett’s turn to find love in this mouthwatering standalone novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Royal Pain.

Once upon a time I was being groomed to sit on the throne of Wildemar. Now I’m lucky they let me into the palace through the front door. After I was kidnapped and tortured by extremists, my reward upon my release is that nobody trusts me enough to let me be king. And since my twin brother, Kian, has assumed all my responsibilities, I figure why not take over as the black sheep?

But after breaking things off with my betrothed—we never had much chemistry, anyway—and giving the jetsetting playboy lifestyle a try, I’m starting to wonder if I’m cut out for this s***. Then I meet Lola Barnes, a drop-dead gorgeous entrepreneur from the States who’s as refreshing as she is feisty.

It’s supposed to be a one-night-stand—until the press catches wind of my “new American sweetheart.” Trouble is, Lola’s no sweetheart. But the more I see our names together in the headlines, the more I find myself craving another taste. . . .

 

 

 

The moment I was drawn to the plot of Royal Treatment A His Royal Hotness Novel by Tracy Wolff I did not even remember that I actually read the previous book in that series. I just had this intense feeling that this would be a novel I like.

 

A quick check on goodreads then confirmed that I not only knew the author but also read the previous book

 

And not only did I like this book very much – no in fact I think it is better then the first one AND better than several other books in that genre. This author not only uses the clichés in that genre but also touches a different more darker subject that usually is not included in these kind of novels.

 

I liked the male lead here even more than his brother because his experiences gave him an edge that you usually rarely find. As a reader I could feel how his past changed him. The author did a good job at that.

 

For me as a lover of tortured / broken male leads this book was a 2in1 deal that I really enjoyed and I can honestly say that I will pick up another book from this author at any time if the blurb appeals to me.

 

 

 

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