THE PRINCE'S OUTBACK BRIDE
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THE PRINCE'S OUTBACK BRIDE
Pippa didn’t know what to do. The milk tanks on the farm she runs are polluted. Her savings are almost gone. Now the truck she was driving is stuck in the mud from a heavy rain. Then a beautiful black-haired man named Max approaches her. Max says the boy she is taking care of, Marc, her late best friend’s son, is an heir to the royal family of Alp d’Estella. Pippa is taken to Alp d’Estella and quickly drawn into a plot. She starts to have feelings for Max, who is protecting her, but then she learns the secret of his birth!
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- JAB 06/21/2019 1 people found the following review helpful
The hero has found the heirs he's been looking for since the death of the last monarch and heir in Australia in a dying farm under the guardianship of the heroine. He goes there to bring the news and bring them back to his country. The heroine is hesitant at first but opens up to the hero of how the children's mother and her family opened their home to the heroine who was a foster child. They even taught her the country's language (there's a good scene for that) and after the parent's died, there was no one else other than the heroine to take them on. The hero reveals his illegitimacy is what got him and his mother kicked out of country but he's come back because there's a jerk of a noble who wants to turn the monarchy into a dictatorship. The only thing in the man's way is the boy. He's able to convince the heroine to come to the country and determine if the children and her will live there. She agrees and there are mixed greetings from staff and masses welcoming them to the bad guy being his usual sneaky self. We have a scene that was hilarious as heck and the hero becomes attracted to the heroine. Time goes on and this attraction grows stronger like the resistance from the bad guy's influence. There are some embarrassing but humorful scenes. Then we find out the hero's big secret: he's legitimate and the rightful heir but his mother proclaimed him not to be in order to divorce her gambling creep of a royal husband at the time. Yet, the hero doesn't want to be King because he has dreams of his own. It actually puts a little distance between the two since the heroine gave up her dreams to raise the kids. Next, the little boy decides he wants to be the heir in order to make people happy but his decision causes the bad guy to take drastic actions. The kind that invoke sabotage. When the hero realizes the something foul is afoot. He races to find the heroine and the children who are safe. It was actually one of the few times the heroine's bad driving was a good thing. The whole scare has the hero realize his feelings for the heroine and decides to take courage by revealing his true parentage. He comforts the heroine in her hour of need (very sweet) and proposes to her. She says yes and we have a happy ending. It was a relatively good read for me.
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