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A Royal Mess / Her Knight to Remember (Harlequin Duets, #85)

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A Royal Mess
First she's bumped from first class to coach, then she's robbed, gets soaked in a rainstorm and now is stranded on a ranch full of animals she's afraid of.... As far as days go, Princess Natalia Brunner has definitely had better ones! If not for the timely rescue by a good-looking cowboy, she would have quit this day long ago. But just like the old Westerns, th
ebook, 384 pages
Published July 26th 2010 by Harlequin Duets (first published 2002)
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Gwen (The Gwendolyn Reading Method)
Wow, Jill Shalvis back in her Harlequin phase was pretty bad. Lucky that her modern stuff is so much better than this unfortunate duet.
Yvonne Baldwin
Good read

Good read

both stories are wonderful but I enjoyed her knight to remember the most. The antics the two characters go through had me laughing so hard.
Ashley FL
It was fine. I didn't realize this was going to be two novellas (I got it from the library on Kindle) and I always prefer the full books. But Jill Shalvis is always a fun read.
Shirley Frances
Oh my God! I laughed so much reading these stories.

In A Royal Mess Princess Natalia and Tim just cracked me up. The way Jill Shalvis wrote those characters and brought them together was amazing. It was totally believable to me that they ended up together in such a little time. Their chemistry was perfect, their banter was hilarious and the tender moments were the icing on the cake.

In Her Knight to Remember Princess Andrea and Kyle's chemistry is off the charts. I liked that she was tough and h
Such a fun enjoyable simple read. Kept a smile on my face. Characters were great, loved their personalities. The arguing between Annie and Kyle were the best.
I enjoyed the hero in the second story the most. I just wish the story had been longer so I could see how he adapted to his new home.
Laurel Harness
I had to read one of her books because I love her blog. It's a really light read so far and will be great for pool times.
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