Who’s Henry? This young child is the future king, but he doesn’t have the monarchy in his eyes; he just has a distant stare that begs for love. When Tammy, who’s a tree surgeon and his aunt, is called on to raise him right, she’ll travel to a faraway kingdom and take on the role. Henry’s regent, Marc, might just find himself healed by her green thumb, too.
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I did like the plot and the characters of the book. We have the strong and honest heroine as the hero quoted and the cold-hearted hero as the heroine called. Although, after hearing what the high ends of their country's society harassed and bullied his poor mother to do because she wasn't upper crust. I like how the hero and heroine are making little threads to connect themselves to each other like the sweet little boy they're both raising. Yet, the hero does snip the major threads because he's afraid to get close to people. I like how the heroine gave the fierce love confession to the hero and how the hero went after it. It was a really good novel to read, complete with the snobby OW, whose hair needed a good shearing.
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