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At His Majesty's Request (Call of Duty #2)

3.59 of 5 stars 3.59  ·  rating details  ·  158 ratings  ·  37 reviews
AKA Prince Sexy

Marry the jaded prince, receive a title, a small island, a castle and a tiara…

Matchmaker extraordinaire Jessica Carter arranges marriages that work. And that is exactly what Prince Drakos is looking for. The last thing he needs is someone as unsuitable as her…but none of the beautiful socialites paraded before him excite Stavros as Jessica does.

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Paperback, 192 pages
Published December 18th 2012 by Harlequin (first published November 1st 2012)
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4.5 stars
The second installment in the wonderful series The Call Of Duty, is the very emotional and passionate story of prince Stavros and the snarky Jessica.
Having witnessed first hand how emotions can overpower a strong men, bring him to his knees - His father, the king of Kyonos, has been devastated by his mother death and he nearly brought the country down with him - Prince Stavros keeps a tight control over his feelings. He has a reputation as a playboy and he uses his flirtation as a shiel
Rating 3.5 stars
I agree with others this book was sad and depressing and had a lot internal dialogue but it kind of worked because I like seeing a hero fall in love and in this book we see that plus he was the one doing all the chasing in the end. The heroine had cut herself off emotions and so had the hero but they came alive with each other. Plus the hero saw that it wasn't just duty that mattered love did as well and he chose her.
I actually really enjoyed the story line and the characters. I loved the hero, suave and sophisticated, but underneath it all a bad boy at heart. I loved the heroine. In spite of all the pain that came her way, she still kept it together with such class. I loved the two of them together, especially in the beginning. They had such charisma.

What didn't work for me, were the internal dialogues. They just seemed to go on and on. I kept flipping the pages saying...enough....let's get so
Maisey Yates always,always managed to blow me away with the most highly unlikely plots. This time she did so again,and boy oh boy what a plot she dreamed up for us this time!

I was amazed to learn that a matchmaker could end up with a Prince but hey what girl would not want a Price,castle and a tiara to go with it right ?

Now as perfect as that set up sounds the Prince in question is no angel and he most definitely does not need the" not fit to be a Queen Jessica ", yet she is the one that simply
At His Majesty’s Request is a beautiful, sexy and heart rending story.

Jessica Carter is the most sought after matchmaker by the rich and famous. She seems to be able to find just the right match for everyone and meet all needs and requirements. And now she is hired to do for Prince Drakos. While she is always able to keep a distance from her clients and have a very professional result, for the life of her she can’t seem to be able to keep the same distance from Stavros. She needs to find the per
Fiona Marsden
This is part of a series The Call of Duty that comprises two books and a novella. The other book is A Royal World Apart about this heroes sister. The theme of the series is about the conflict between the Call of Duty and the Call of the heart.

Prince Stavros Drakos needs a wife. She must be a suitable match for royalty, beautiful, intelligent, reasonably compatible and able to bear the heir to the throne. Jessica Carter is the best matchmaker in the world with a bank balance to prove it. She has
Loved this book!! So good. Loved both Stavoros and Jessica who were perfect for one another. Stavoros is so sweet, understanding, and loving towards Jessica that it was easy to see why anyone would fall for him, and Jessica fell hard for him, and I don't blame her in the least. And Stavoros was the perfect hero to get Jessica to open up her heart to him and no other man would have done. But just like Stavoros helped Jessica through her fears and getting her to open up again after suffering soem ...more
4.5 stars
The second installment in the wonderful series The Call Of Duty, is the very emotional and passionate story of prince Stavros and the snarky Jessica.
Having witnessed first hand how emotions can overpower a strong men, bring him to his knees - His father, the king of Kyonos, has been devastated by his mother death and he nearly brought the country down with him - Prince Stavros keeps a tight control over his feelings. He has a reputation as a playboy and he uses his flirtation as a shiel
Sara  HarlequinJunkie
Rating: 4.5 Stars

At His Majesty's Request by Maisey Yates is book 2 in the Call of Duty series.

Prince Stavros heir to throne needs to get married, and married quick so he enlist the help of professional matchmaker extraordinaire Jessica Carter. Why you ask? Well Stavros has a pretty logical explanation...
“When I want to find a suit for an event, I hire I stylist. When I need to organize a party, I hire an events coordinator. Why should this be any different?”

Stavros is not interested in love o
Nancy Crocker
This is the story of Matchmaker Jessica Carter and Prince Stavros Drakos. She has been hired to fins the perfect woman to become his bride and future Queen. There are flirtatious sparks between the two right from the beginning. Prince Stavros is attracted to Jessica. But for many reasons in her mind she is not the right woman for him.

Jessica has loved and lost and felt betrayed by the man who should have been there for her. She has suffered through medical issues. And she has walked away from a
At His Majesty's Request is a sequel to A Royal World Apart, but can be read as a stand alone.
Jessica is set to the job of finding the perfect wife for Stravos, one who of course can give the prince heirs. Which because of a severe health issue Jessica can not do, even as she comes to realize Stravos is the man of her dreams.
:) historia doce
o próprio reencontro, dos desejos mais intimos e do aceitar que sem essa parte a vida seria incompleta ou mesmo vazia.

Jessica reencontra a plenitude e o amor que são sem duvida a sua ancora a uma vida feliz e harmoniosa.
"At His Majesty's Request" is another Harlequin romance focusing on fictional Grecian royalty. Stavros is on the hunt for a princess and has hired renowned matchmaker Jessica to assist in finding qualified candidates - she must be free of scandal, of comparable background, and most importantly, fertile. Jessica, a divorced woman who is still coping with the physical and emotional trauma that ended her marriage, definitely does not fulfill any of these requirements. Nonetheless, the prince and th ...more
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Jessica has been hired by Prince Stavros to find him a queen. As Prince Stavros ticks off his list of what's suitable Jessica meets none of the criteria but you know they say opposites attract and boy do opposites attract in Maisey Yate's beautiful tale At His Majesty's Request.

Prince Stavros believes if Jessica can see his world thru his eyes it will help her find him a suitable bride but the more time they spend together the more they wonder if although life has a path and a plan, does fate in
Nas Dean
AT HIS MAJESTY’S REQUEST by author Maisey Yates is Mills & Boon `Modern and Harlequin Presents release for January 2012.

Prince Stavros Drakos came to Jessica Carter to look for a bride. She was a world renowned matchmaker and well known matched couples to successful married lives. Would she be able to match Stavros with a suitable bride? Why was she feeling jealous of him meeting prospective brides?

There was simmering awareness between them and they had sparkling chemistry. But could they a
Linnea Bassin
Nice story

I was glad to see this series continued, I really enjoyed the story and how well written it was. I found it realistic and enjoyable.
I found this book very emotional but the protagonists were quite strong. Jessica was one heroine that I will always admire. She was smart, confident, intellectual and independent. What better match for her than a chivalrous prince? I really admired the fact that Stavros did not escape from his duties towards his country unlike his brother. I found the ending quite unique compared to conventional Mills and boon novels. Here, everything doesn't end flawlessly making it like a fairy-tale. Instead t ...more
ms bookjunkie
A quick read ending in a happy sigh— with tears shed in the middle. Now I must read the brother's story!

This book was ok, but wouldn't recommend it. The female protagonist wasn't, IMO, sympathetic. She behaved unprofessionally, secondary characters were introduced and never seen again, and the male protagonist was self-centered and shallow. I wanted to buy into the relationship that was developing between Jessica and Prince Stavros, but it was just too convenient and contrived for me.
Jessica, a professional matchmaker, is trying to find Prince Stavros a wife. But Stavros' attention was caught by Jessica herself. There, the story begins.

I could have given this a 5-star rating if not for the ending. Like all romance novels, they manage to end up together but the ending leaves me hanging. When I reach the end of the page, I was like "What??!! Is that all??"
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Melissa Maxwell
This was a good story I loved Stavros and Jessica's journey to their happily ever after. Stavros just wants to find the prefect wife and uses Jessica to find her but I turns out she is perfect for him even if she does not check off everything on his list. The book progressed well and I loved the ending.
To me this novel was horribly sad in so many ways. I mean the heroine went through some crazy ass bullshit and yes, it did make her stronger but she was given and unfair deal. As for the hero, once he learned the heroines real life story, he seemed to change almost instantly.
Overall rating -- 3.5 stars

I liked the book, but I felt some of the inner monologue and dialogue between the hero and heroine were repetitive (view spoiler).
Tanya Mayes
Really enjoyed reading this story. It was sad but love does conquer all. The end left me wanting more I wanted all of Jessica's dreams to come true. Love Stavros he will make a great King. This book needed a epilogue or the author needs to write a part two.
A satisfying and sizzling read with an emotional punch…I fell in love with Stavros and Jess, laughed and cried with them…held my breath 'til the end. Jess is definitely one of my favorite heroines of all time. And Stavros? xoxoxo
Ani Gonzalez
I loved this book! Great heroine, great hero, copious amounts of angst. The conflict was deep and realistic and the characters were beautifully drawn. My only complaint is that the book needed an epilogue, badly. Wonderful book.
This story started out with great promise but as soon as it should have been getting good, it became overshadowed with a layer of sadness that took away from rather than added to the storyline
That was a horribly sad and depressing story. I love Maisey Yates usually but not this time. I was disappointed a bit. As others have said this book needed an epilogue badly!
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