Release Date: May 4
He’s anything but charming.
I’ve never been the girl who’s dreamt of a prince rescuing me from a fire-breathing dragon before whisking me away to his castle.
So when I fly all the way to Ireland to find my long-lost dad, I have no intention of playing the damsel in distress to some dude.
But the night I encounter—and accidentally wallop upside the head—Prince Olivier of Salasia, my plans are completely upended.
This prince is the opposite of charming, though. After thirty seconds in his presence, I want to feed him to a dragon.
But fate is a fickle b*tch. Before I know it, I agree to team up with Olivier in the search for my dad.
As I travel across Europe with this actual honest-to-god prince, I wonder, what’s the worst that could happen?
It’s not like I’ll be stupid enough to fall in love with Prince Charming.
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Due to her family situation even though Niamh was raised in the US she is returning to Ireland to finalize the estate of her grandfather. Upon her arrival she finds out that certain requirements must be met and that includes finding her estranged father.
She met Oliver at her grandfather’s estate and even though they didn’t get off to the best start they decide to work together for a mutual goal. Their adventure takes them on quite the trip, but Niamh is beginning to wonder exactly who her travelling companion is and what his true agenda is.
The interactions between Niamh and Oliver are humorous, their escapades fun and a few surprises along the way. This is the first part of a duet and I am looking forward to the conclusion of their story.
Meet Iris Morland
A coffee addict and cat lover, Iris Morland writes sparkling, swoon-worthy romances, including the Flower Shop Sisters and the Love Everlasting series.
If she’s not reading or writing, she enjoys binging on Netflix shows and cooking something delicious.
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