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Royally Bedded, Regally Wedded (By Royal Command #6)

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From single mom to princess bride-- Lizzy Mitchell has something that Prince Rico Ceraldi wants: she's the adoptive mother of the young heir to the throne of San Lucenzo, Rico's Mediterranean principality!

Lizzy will do anything for her little boy! When Rico demands a marriage of convenience, she says yes. It's a union in name only, as Rico considers her far too ordinary. B
Paperback, 192 pages
Published March 1st 2007 by Harlequin (first published March 1st 2004)
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Oct 21, 2015 Jenny rated it liked it
Shelves: heroine-i-adore
Sweet love story with lovable characters. My only problem was that the angst was low since the hero was such a kind and noble man. I like my heroes cruel lol
Mar 31, 2013 ♥Aicha~high~on~books♥ rated it did not like it
NOT a good book.. AT ALL!!
All through the first half the "hero" keeps chanting "how can any woman be so ugly"... and this for the "heroine"
and suddenly, one magical hair-spa cum facial cum manicure session which is added to a designer wardrobe and Viola! you have the woman of his dreams
He can't believe his luck (He was mighty p****d that he had to marry such a mirror- crack).Now he can't get his wedding night soon enough! Bl***y a**ho** !
There is no compulsion to make the female lead a Julia Ro
Not bad but it had the distasteful trope of the girl being so ugly that the hero could barely stand to look at her. After a makeover though she was worthy of love. It was a bit different in that (view spoiler)
Surprised by how much I liked it....I recently started and stopped two other Julia James "makeover" books with terrible descriptions of the unattractiveness of heroine. (The Italian's Rags To Riches Wife Heroine is expressly viewed in H's POV as ugly with a square face and unsightly eyebrows. Also, in, The Italian's Token Wife heroine described by H's POV as the most physically repellent woman he's ever seen. I couldn't get past those descriptions to read the books. But forced myself with Royall ...more
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Plain-looking & schlumpily-dressed heroine is shocked when a prince from small European principality claims that her adopted son, who's her deceased sister's biological son, is the grandson of his father the king. Hero demands that her son live under their royal protection in their principality but heroine protests b/c she doesn't want to be separated from her son. So, a marriage of convenience b/w the 2 of them is proposed, which heroine instantly rejects it b/c she thinks hero prince will ...more
I really liked this one.

I liked that the hero didn't try to rip the child from the mother as is common in carrying-for-an-orphaned-niece/nephew (and secret baby) trope. Usually, the hero finds out about his late brother's kid and comes in acting overly hostile and tries to separate what is a mother/child bond. And acts all surprised when an aunt who's been raising a child as hers for x number of years, feels like she's his mother. How stupid are these heroes? Then the heroine is either forced t
May 20, 2012 LoveRomance rated it really liked it
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This HP hit me just right today. Read it in one day, loved the Cinderella spin and what an honorable man the hero turned out to be.
Apr 17, 2014 Sandra rated it it was amazing
Great book! I loved it!
Jun 26, 2014 Crystal rated it it was amazing
Lizzy Mitchell goes from single mom to princess bride, all because she has something that Prince Rico Ceraldi wants. Her nephew which is now her adopted son. He is the young heir to the throne of San Lucenzo.

I saw how this story was going. He must have in some dark place in his mind wanted Lizzy. Why would he want to run away until the royal family had reached a decision. He never said that he wanted the throne so why give him a choice of his bride or the throne?

It was a little puzzling. I don't
Feb 15, 2015 NancyK rated it it was amazing
The list of Romance Books Everyone Should Read got me started. This is number 6 on my personal list. Why? A secret baby, a prince and a plain jane, an arranged marriage, THEN a makeover into a princess. My favorite Harlequin Presents. Fun, fun fun.
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Julia lives in England with her family. Mills and Boon novels were Julia's first "grown up" books she read as a teenager ("Alongside Georgette Heyer and Daphne du Maurier."), and she's been reading them ever since.

Julia adores the English countryside ("And the Celtic countryside!"), in all its seasons, and is fascinated by all things historical, from castles to cottages. She also has a special lov
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Other Books in the Series

By Royal Command (6 books)
  • The Prince's Pleasure (By Royal Command, #1)
  • The Blackmail Marriage (By Royal Command, #2)
  • The Royal Baby Bargain (By Royal Command, #3)
  • The Royal Marriage (By Royal Command, #4)
  • The Italian Duke's Wife (By Royal Command, #5)

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