Gardabei Maisey Yates knew she wanted to be a writer, even before she knew what it was she wanted to write. And the curveball about Mak If your parcel has not arrived after this time, contact customer services for help. A Bride Worth Millions. The Greek princess, Maizey, is struggling for her freedom, to be viewed as her own person and to get out of a political marriage looming on the horizon. This story is much more than that. Characteristics brought on by a life with every amenity you could possibly imagine—and some A princess and bodyguard love story, set on a lovely island and the Alps.
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Maisey Yates takes the royal and sperm-bank mix-up themes and combines them in a very satisfactory manner with An Accidental Birthright. He was a nice guy. Although he was born royal, he had a huge work ethic and really cared about his country and his people.
I liked that he never disrespected Alison. He showed her a lot of consideration, Maisey Yates takes the royal and sperm-bank mix-up themes and combines them in a very satisfactory manner with An Accidental Birthright.
He showed her a lot of consideration, and was quite long-suffering with her issues. She tended to hold onto her fears of commitment a bit too much, and it was almost frustrating for me to see her be so dogmatic about her determination not to be involved. I did like Alison a lot. She was a strong woman who set a plan in motion for her life, and stuck to it, even through the hardships she faced.
Yates has a clear, modern, unique writing style, but she gives the reader of HPs what is classic and desired in this line of books, at the same time. I thought it was very cowardly of her to want a celibate marriage in which her husband would be given the go-ahead to cheat on her. I could understand her fears, but I wish she had not taken so long to give herself the opportunity to be loved as a woman after so many years of loneliness with a really good guy like Max.
I can understand him feeling wounded by his last marriage, but he was given a gift of a child, and a good woman to love and to marry. I felt that he should have been a little braver about taking that chance for a happy future. Other than the overlong angst and waffling of the characters, I really enjoyed reading this love story.
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