Royal Rebel by Jessica Peterson

Royal Rebel
Flings with Kings
Jessica Peterson
Contemporary Romance
March 27, 2018

SUBJECT: I’m sorry (Marked Confidential)
From the Desk of His Royal Highness Prince Robert

Aly—can’t stop thinking about tonight. Never thought enemies like us would end up naked together. Again. And don’t tell me it’s not the best sex you’ve ever had.

I’m not a good man. But for the first time, I wish I were. Maybe then I’d deserve you. I don’t. Not when I come from a family like mine. All these bloody secrets…

You’re gorgeous. Clever. You call me out on my bulls**t, and I adore it.

I adore you, sweetheart.

You have your new bloke. And I’m…me. The playboy prince. We’re not meant to be together. But staying away from you is killing me, Aly. Thinking about him touching you is killing me.

I’ve no right to talk to you like this. I’m sorry. It’s the whiskey talking. This is what you do to me.

Rob

P.S.—I can’t send this. But I am thinking of you.

A Sexy STANDALONE Romance!

“Your place. Mine. As long as you’re there, it’s home to me.”

Author Jessica Peterson is taking the world of royal romance by storm. The first book in her Flings with Kings series was full of sweet and serious goodness. Prince Kit is the picture of royal duty. Em is his perfect match. And I didn’t know if I could love another couple more. Until Rob and Aly.

What is a prince to do when he’s been cast in a certain light his whole life? The younger, more playful brother of the crown prince, Rob has been told by a relative he admired and adored that he’s only fit to be a player. And so he makes it his duty to fulfill that role. Very. Well. He’s charming, for sure, but he’s a love ’em and leave ’em type and is certain that there can be nothing more in store for him. And he’s been performing the casanova role with Aly for several months now. Until Aly cuts him off, citing the need for a real relationship, which everyone knows Rob isn’t capable of. Right?

Alison Mason is getting her life in order. She’s taken over as CEO of EP Designs and after a whirlwind few months, she’s finally starting to settle into her new life in London. She’s been having “fun”, with Rob- in cars, pub bathrooms, and anywhere else that’s suitable for a quickie. But she’s looking for her “one”, and Rob can’t even commit to being hers for one night, so it’s time to move on. If she can.

From the hottest bathroom encounter I’ve ever read, to the absolutely most romantic boat ride on the Thames, Rob and Aly’s story is full of ups and downs. The playboy prince hides so much behind that facade. And Aly covers her feelings with her take- charge, I can do it all myself, persona. But when the two of them take the time to peel away the masks they don for the world, they discover who the other truly is. And they might not survive the revelation. My heart barely did. 

A royal romance yes, but really a love story at its base and a true fairy tale of what happens when two people believe in each other. 

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