Rowanmorgaine asked: can there be a "Russian Prince" in contemporary Russia? I thought there was no more Russian royalty after the revolution. Am I missing something here?

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drowningmermaid Yeah, as far as I can make out, when Harlequin says "princes" it means: Foreign Guy with Power and Wealth. So you'll get "sheikhs" of fictional middle-east countries who drink alcohol, "Greek" or "Spaniard" princes who face no family backlash for marrying a middle-class white American, and, in this case, Hugely Rich "Russian" who is not an Oligarch.
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