Saturday, July 18, 2009

Book Review - Betraying The Prince by Debra Kayn


Red Rose Publishing

Mainstream Romance, Interracial/Multicultural
ISBN: 978-1-60435-340-2
EBook $3.99

Released: June 04, 2009

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Book Description:

Raised by the Prince of Antaka, Celina Rodriquez is forced to leave the island and live life in America. Refusing to follow in the footsteps of her mother, she promises herself she will not fall for the charms of any American.

When Drake is asked to teach the Antakian princess the way women in California live, he thought he'd be busy teaching her about movies, yachting, and the local fashion. Instead he finds himself losing his heart to a woman who swears she has sexual moves that will rock his world, and thinks nothing of walking around naked.

Book Review:

Celina is royal princess sent to America to stay with an American man to teach her the ways of California’s women.
She thinks she is sent to America by her father as punishment for the actions of her deceased mother. Celina is unaware of the truth. So, she sets out to do what ever it takes to be nothing her mother. Celina was refusing to fall for any American man--no matter how charming and sexy he is.

Drake finds princess Celina innocence enduring. What he knocks him off his radar is how sexy Celina can be while still be so innocent. She brings out all kinds of feelings in Drake. That leaves him wanting to ask Celina - Voulez-vous coucher avec moi?

Debra Kayn brings readers a charming romantic tale of two people from different worlds. Both characters of Drake and Celina know exactly what they want and won’t let anyone get in their way of their one shot of happiness.

Ms. Kayn’s gives equal time to the supporting characters that fit in with the main character’s storyline. They don’t lose their sight of what is stake.

Celina was playing at first but all the pain seems to flies away once she is close with Drake.

Celina discovers the true meaning of love and family. She realizes just how lucky she is to have the Prince as her father. For Drake is to show Celina that their love is worth fighting for. He won’t just let her slip through his fingers.

Betraying The Prince may not be enjoyed by all readers. But I couldn’t help but enjoy the banter and love scenes between Drake and Celina.

You can just imagine the emotions that appear on the faces of Drake and Celina--which you can’t help but say aww!

There is much going on beside the courtship of Drake and Celina. It has a little bit of everything to keep more one reader entertained.

I give Betraying The Prince a rating of 4 Stars.

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