The Secret Princess
Princess of Montluce, Lotty, is very introverted and has never been able to express herself. Her grandmother wants to arrange an engagement for her, and she ends up running away. She wants to see what she can do on her own, and possibly fall in love for the first time... However, she loses her wallet in some town since she's not used to having one, and ends up working for a man named Corran as a maid. At first, she is angered by his rudeness, but she ends up smitten by the kindness behind his crude demeanor...
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- Male lead is the definition of tall dark and handsome 5
- Casandra 11/03/2016 1 people found the following review helpful
I really enjoyed this one a lot more than I thought I would. I read it's counterpart. The one about Lotty's friend Caro and her second cousin pretending to be together so Lotty could escape the country and not be forced to marry him (Ordinary Girl In A Tiara). When I did, even though it was Caro's love story, I got a glimpse into what I believed to be Lotty's character and wasn't too impressed. However, even in the very beginning of this story when Lotty first gets to the island and meets Corran, she proves me wrong. She has a backbone and she tries her hardest. She has pride and can see the loneliness within Corran even as he is denying it. I really enjoyed both characters in this story. The character art especially for Corran is awesome. I'd happily re-read this story and I suggest it to other harlequin romance fans. It's really good.
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