Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Book Review: Royally Wed--The Poser

By Sara Steven

**May contain spoilers for previous books in the Ladies-in-Waiting series (see reviews for Part-time Princess and Royally Wed)**

For Lucy Trabbicio, American commoner and former cocktail waitress, royally wed sex is the best sex… until she discovers that she’s NOT royally wed!

Lucy and hot Prince Nicholas Frederick are finally married but they still can’t take their hands off each other. Romantic interludes happen fast and furious and frequently outside of the bedroom: the Mile High Club, museums, palace events, the Venice Carnival Masquerade Ball…

But Lucy and Nick are thrust into marital limbo when the legality of their marriage is called into question—the ceremony was performed by an impersonator; a poser. Now Nick must serve his obligatory National Guard duty while Lucy travels to Italy with her ladies in trouble—oops—LADIES-in-WAITING to track down the poser and solve the dilemma before the paparazzi finds out and blows the scandal wide open.

Will Lucy and Nick get their Happily Ever After? (Synopsis courtesy of Amazon)

That is a good question!

For Lucy, life is never easy. Just when she’s finally feeling as though the drama in her world is settling down, something always comes along to mess everything up! And this time, it’s in the form of a wayward priest who was never who he claimed to be, thus making their nuptials an up in the air whirlwind of conundrums! If she’s not legally wed to her hot Prince Nicholas, what happens to Fredonia?

I love how Pamela DuMond tells it like it is. There are plenty of racy scenes, the kind you can get blissfully lost in, and while a blush may creep up your cheek a time or two, it’s totally worth it! And of course, this wouldn’t be a Royally Wed story without Lucy’s entourage. As with previous novels in the series, they completely round everything out, adding wonderful layers to Lucy’s existence. I’m still in love with Royal Nana, probably the funniest character so far. I’m always eager in finding out what’s going to come out of her mouth next, or what sort of antics or tricks she has up her sleeve.

If you haven’t read the Ladies-in-Waiting series yet, I highly recommend it! As for this Lady-in-Waiting, I’m looking forward to reading the fourth book in the series, Royally Wed: The Cock-Up, and finding out what happens after the colossal cliffhanger Lucy finds herself in at the end of this book.

Thanks to Pamela DuMond for the book in exchange for an honest review. You can purchase Royally Wed: The Poser here.

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