Affaire Royale (Cordina's Royal Family #1)
With Her Serene Highness Gabriella suffering from amnesia and her kidnappers still on the loose, Prince Armand lost no time in calling his close friend, American detective Reeve MacGee.
Poor Brie could remember nothing; even her family were strangers to her. With Reeve's prodding, her memory began to awaken. But his warm heart and calming ...more
Her Serene Highness Princess Gabriella Madeline Justine Bisset of Cordina or just Brie has lost her memory after being kidnapped and the only person she trusts now doesn't belong to her family, is rather a stranger, a private detective, a family friend Reeve MacGee.
Reeve is about to start a new life at his farm, leaving a long career behind being a cop and later a detective.
So he has no business getting involved in others's lives to sort it out or otherwise especially B ...more
I don't know why I put off reading one of her books for so long. Perhaps it was a reluctance to open and drink a fine vintage wine.
I'm also not sure why I chose this book as a starter. Maybe it wasn't the best choice, or maybe it's representative of her work.
Whatever the case, I didn't enjoy it at all.
The characters were as anonymous as the models on th ...more
Bom, não sou fã de estórias onde a realeza está presente.
Prefiro um cowboy a um príncipe. Não tenho paciência pra esse negocio de príncipe e princesa.
Mas muitos de nossas amiguinhas e amiguinhos adoram livros com a nobreza e afins.
Então, para essas pessoas, recomendo, porque no livros tem tudo que eles gostam, como:
O protocolo interminável, o romance complicadíssimo, a vingança completamente sem sentido, a traição de pessoas que até então e ...more
Roberts may be hugely popular, and more power to her, but this book is just terrible. The writing is hackneyed; the plot is contrived, makes little sense and doesn’t flow; the characters are one-dimensional; the dialogue is inane.
The premise is that Princess Gabriella Bisset, Princess Royal of Cordina (a principality with a striking resemblance to Monaco), has been kidnapped but managed to escape with her life, but with no memory at all of who she is, who took her, how they did it, w ...more
Dear god, revisiting this one was a mistake. Brie is a horrible female MC and I pity Reeve for having to put up with her. I made it 27% before realizing I've hated this woman since she the moment she woke up with amnesia, her second scene - the first being a terrifying escape through the woods that makes you ...more
Agar tidak menimbulkan kepanikan di kalangan masyarakat serta tidak membuat senang para penculik kondisi Gabriella dirahasiakan dari umum. Untuk menjaga keselamatan sekal ...more
With Her Serene Highness Gabriella suffering from amnesia and her kidnappers still on the loose, Prince Armand lost no time in calling his close friend, American detective Reeve MacGee. Poor Brie could remember nothing; even her family were strangers to her. With Reeve's prodding, her memory bega...
Ini adalah seri pertama dari trilogi kerajaan Cordina.
Menceritakan tentang Putri Gabrielle yang saat kehilangan ingatan diselamatkan oleh Reeve McGee.Reeve diutus oleh ayah Gabriel untuk menyelamatkannya saat diculik oleh orang-orang tidak dikenal.
Setelah selamat dari penculikan, sayangnya Gabriel kehilangan ingatan sehingga tidak dapat mengetahui siapa orang yang menculik dirinya. Dan untuk tetap melindungi Gabriel, Reeve harus berpura-pura menjadi tunangan Gabriel...dan ternyata ia benar-bena ...more
But it was good. I liked Brie and Reeve, and the background. i felt for her with not knowing who she was, how her family felt, etc
Read the rest of my review at my book blog.
I found this book in the office at work and have been reading it when it's slow at night. It was alright. A cute love story nothing spectacular but decent to kill time and occupy my mind while waiting for my shift to end.
I'll be reading the next book in the series as its part of this first one. I don't know if I'll ...more
Eleanor Marie Robertson was born on October 10, 1950 in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA. She was the youngest of five children, also the only girl, of a marriage with Irish ancestors. Her family were avid readers, so books were always important in her life. She attended a Catholic school and credits the nuns with instilling in her a sense of discipline. During her ...more