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SECRET PRINCE, INSTANT DADDY!
David discovers a woman asleep in his bed after a long night of festivities. When he wakes her, he learns that her name is Ayme, and she’s searching for the mysterious father of her sister’s baby—Prince Darius of Ambria, who was exiled during a rebellion. It’s strange that she’s bringing up the royal family of Ambria, who have faded from the memories of most, and stranger still that Darius is David'’s second name…Should David reveal his true self to her?
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- too fast 2
- JAB 04/04/2016
I wasn't much for this one because of a lot of things. One of them was the fact that they never stop moving. They keep on running and I am wondering if that is a good thing. The hero and the heroine meet because the heroine is looking for the father of her niece who happens to be the 3rd prince or something from the country she came and escaped from but the hero is the father but never had sex with the sister, so the baby's father is an imposter who gets murdered by people who want the prince dead because he was throwing his name around. I admit that it's a good reason for the hero to keep moving around but I kept wondering why this woman, a lawyer, wasn't at least suspicious of this man, even with his reasons for moving around so quickly. I was glad that the hero and the heroine didn't have sex because they were building a bond based on the time they were spending together. It was cool to see a prince and a lawyer become close but this story didn't really float my boat.
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