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His Majesy, M.D (The Royal Dumonts #2)

3.74 of 5 stars 3.74  ·  rating details  ·  97 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Prince Nicholas's royal relations were forever trying to marry him off to "this" princess or "that" heiress. But their latest choice--a shy, awkward American billionaire's daughter, more interested in computers than in men--was a disaster. And that made her the perfect "fiancee...".

A fake engagement to this "ugly duckling" would let him return to his first love--medicine--
ebook, 192 pages
Published January 18th 2010 by Silhouette Desire (first published May 1st 2002)
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As I've said earlier, it was the cover art of this book that did me in for this continuity. Muy delicioso!

And the book didn't disappoint either. I already enjoyed Nicholas's appearances in Michel's story. He was funny man Nick in that book. But I guess it was only natural for his character to morph into a more serious version of himself in his own book. And yet, he didn't lose his sense of humor.

And Tara was some character trying to fight off the attraction to the young and book version of McDr
I enjoyed this book. Prince Nicholas' family has been trying to marry him off and Tara York's father was trying the same. Nicholas is a Prince and doctor and Tara is the daughter of a billionaire a computer genius but together they try to dupe their parents into thinking they've made the perfect match by pretending to be engaged. However, things get interesting when they accidentally, and unexpectedly fall for each other.
Had a lot of potential, and I liked both the hero and heroine, but the hero was such a blind and selfish ass in the last quarter that he kinda blew it for me, and the groveling wasn't sufficient.
Great Book! Quick Read!
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Leanne Banks was born on 14 May 1959 in Roanoke, Virginia, USA. She holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology, which she claims she can only use on fictional characters. When her first book was published in 1991, she used the money from her advance to take her family to Disney World.

Leanne is known for telling a story with strong emotion, characters with whom everyone can relate, a kick of hot sensua
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