Series | Big Sky Royals #2
Narrator: Lance Greenfield, Jennifer Mack
Release Date | April 16th, 2020
Genres | Contemporary Romance
Tropes | Bodyguard Romance, Royal Romance
Format | Audiobook
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From New York Times best-selling author Kristen Proby comes an all new story in her best-selling Big Sky Royal series!
Princess Eleanor has had it up to her royal eyeballs. She’s surrounded by suitable men, each more rude and obnoxious than the last. None of them are worthy of her heart - not to mention her virginity. So what’s a girl to do? Flee to Montana to stay with her brother, lay low, and avoid both the media and the men, that’s what.
Liam Cunningham is the head of security in Montana for the royal family. For a man who has seen the worst of human nature in the Army, being in Cunningham Falls is a balm to his tattered soul.
Princess Eleanor, on the other hand, is a royal pain in the butt. She’s proven in the past that she’s a troublemaker. She’s also beautiful, smart, and everything good in life that he doesn’t deserve.
But when Ellie proposes the idea of Liam being her sex coach, how can he resist?
It has been so long since I’ve read something by Kristen Proby, but I’ve always been a fan of her work. I haven’t read the first book in the series, but there wasn’t any confusion of who was who.
Bodyguard/royal romances have been my jam lately, at this point, whatever will keep me focused on my read/listen. So from the beginning, I was already loving Liam and Ellie’s story.
I thought Ellie grew a lot throughout the story, which is always a plus in my book. And being a princess comes with specific obligations, whether you like it or not, you have to show face. I can’t imagine it being an easy thing to do. But Ellie loves her role and her family, should would do anything for them.
Enticing Liam is definitely a sweet, steamy and quick read. I really enjoyed this one.
Narrators: I really did enjoy the both of them and would definitely listen to them again. They both drew me into the story instantly. The one thing I noticed was that narrator doing Ellie’s part would be speaking an American accent during some of her inner dialogue. It didn’t bother me too much, just something my mind decided to focus on for some reason.
major thank you to valentine pr for the complimentary copy in consideration for a review. this does not affect my opinion of the book or review.