Prince of Scandal

Prince of Scandal Ruling princeRaul Prince of Maritz is furious that an archaic law is forcing him to wed But scandal and unrest has dogged this prince for years and a marriage to recently discovered princess Luisa

  • Title: Prince of Scandal
  • Author: Annie West
  • ISBN: 9780373237746
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ruling princeRaul, Prince of Maritz, is furious that an archaic law is forcing him to wed But scandal and unrest has dogged this prince for years, and a marriage to recently discovered princess Luisa Hardwicke will help bring stability to the monarchyluctant princessOnly, Luisa is an outspoken, mud splattered farm girl, who isn t going to come quietly Even as shRuling princeRaul, Prince of Maritz, is furious that an archaic law is forcing him to wed But scandal and unrest has dogged this prince for years, and a marriage to recently discovered princess Luisa Hardwicke will help bring stability to the monarchyluctant princessOnly, Luisa is an outspoken, mud splattered farm girl, who isn t going to come quietly Even as she s reluctantly transformed into polished perfection, Luisa challenges Raul at every turn and he finds himself anticipating their wedding night with an excitement he never imagined he d feel

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    1. Annie West

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information Hello I love writing passionate, intense love stories about sexy alpha men and the women who are their perfect match Look out for my books with Harlequin Presents or Mills Boon Modern Sexy and for my indie stories, full of passion and intense emotion with a touch of glamour My latest stories are my Hot Italian Nights series including Bound to the Italian Boss June 17, The Italian s Bold Reckoning July 17, At the Italian s Bidding August 17 and Falling for the Brooding Italian September 17.Yes, I do like a dark, handsome hero You can catch up with my news at annie west where you can also sign up for my exclusive reader newsletter with giveaways and behind the scenes info I m on Facebook at facebook anniewest and I adore hearing from readers You can also contact me at annie at annie west dot comI live with my family at beautiful Lake Macquarie on the east Coast of Australia and my favourite things when not writing are good food, good company, great books, getting outside in nature and travel.Bookwise, I m a multi USA Today bestselling author with millions of books sold, in English as well as in lots of other languages I ve won the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award and the Romantic Book of the Year Romance Writers of Australia One of my favourite review quotes is from Romantic Times which said in its review of The Sheikh s Ransomed Bride This is what a love story could be


    1. Annie West, you did it again. You took a hero I was prepared to hate and made him a man I fell gaga over. I was thinking that Raul would be way too arrogant, entitled, remote, supercilious, and unlikable (but why did I think that since I've loved all your heroes?). Oh no. I think it took about ten minutes into reading this book for me to see the appeal of Prince Raul. Let me preface this by saying I really don’t get that into royalty romances (except the sheikhs.ass of their own). I don’t ex [...]

    2. Prince of Scandal is a very well written HP. Raul blackmails Luisa who runs a farm into marrying her. As usual there is a legal contract involved, in order to inherit his throne Raul needs to marry Luisa. Luisa's mother was royalty when she gave it all up to marry Luisa's father. Luisa's grandfather was a bitter man who threatened to dis-inherit her and years later tried to turn Luisa into a perfect princess. So, Luisa holds a very negative view about royalty and the privileged. The first time R [...]

    3. Aww, this was really sweet. I'm not a fan of royal romances, but this story won me over. The heroine is an Australian farmer and the last heir on the royal family tree. The hero is a prince who is contracted to marry whomever is on that family tree. The hero buys the mortgages on farm and uses foreclosure as blackmail to get the heroine's agreement.The rest of the story is how the heroine adjusts to her royal duties (very well) and how the prince, with the standard issue bad childhood and the be [...]

    4. Who would have thought that one little archaic law, could throw the whole country of Maritz in turmoil. A undiscovered princess is the only chance Raul, Prince of Maritz has of uniting and claiming the throne he has spent his life working for. Forced to wed, his only hope is that she is moldable and like others, impressed with fame and fortune.What Raul discovers is a mud ridden cowgirl who has no interest in claiming her title. Waspish temper, eyes you can drown in, and an honesty Raul has neve [...]

    5. Raul-Luisa both belong to royal family,their marriages were fixed by Raul's father and Luisa's grandfather,this was promised by their elders to each other when they are children,Raul loves a woman named Ana who slept with Raul's father when she was in relation with Raul and he catches them both and Ana gets married to Raul's father from then on Raul has taken this pretty badly and has turned bitter and then his father is ill and passes away and now Raul is crowned as Prince and his coronation ce [...]

    6. I thought I would like this book but I didn't all. The heroine was extremely insecure like constantly doubting the hero's affections when he was nothing but nice to her. Plus she realized she was in love with him in maybe the last chapter. Other than the heroine whining non stop there wasn't any angst or tension between them. Not my idea of a romance.

    7. *4.5* This is one of the most well-written HP romances I've read. The characters are very rich, especially Raul. He was ruthless in the beginning, but the way he cared for Luisa made me swoon. I like it when a hero doesn't know he is falling in love and then when it hits him :)Deducting half a star for Luisa's insecurities, but she was still a very likable heroine.

    8. PRINCE OF SCANDAL is another royal story by Annie West Prince Raul is not happy to learn that in order to inherit the crown on his father's death, he had to marry a Princess from another Principality in his kingdom. Their contract of marriage was drawn up when they were teens. It was out and out an arranged marriage.But Raul had worked for his kingdom and his people for so long now and he knew that he was the best person to become the king. So he set out to look for the exiled Princess and found [...]

    9. This is the "sequel" to Protected by the Prince and Alaric and Tamsin make a cameo appearance in this book.Definitely a "sigh-licious" book that leaves you feeling warm and happy at the end. In my opinion, this is what an HP novel is all about when all the elements are right and come together. Good writing, a compelling story that keeps the reader engaged and vested in the characters and the final outcome, actual development of the love relationship, a glamorous setting, an alpha male who is str [...]

    10. This wasn't too bad a book. Raul is the perfect prince, the dream lover in fact. However, Luisa is just a bit too innocent and dim for my liking. She is so afraid of her feelings, that she is unable to share them and decides that he can't possibly love her. Perhaps if she had tried to tell him what she felt instead of turning cold, things wouldn't have gone on for so long - but then, I suppose there wouldn't have been any tension in the book. So the story mostly rests on her being afraid and ins [...]

    11. Ms West you have done it again another fantastic story I so loved Raul what a honey of a hero I so loved this book such a magical journey to a great HEA

    12. LOVEDry good. characters are so likeable and it was a good plot for how they eventually came to their happy ending!

    13. This book was mixed for me. It would be closer to a 3.5.It took nearly 1/2 way into the book for me to warm up to the characters. Prior to that I found them both to be boring. It bugged me because I couldn't figure out why. This was a straight up romance without any outside interference. I definitely liked the latter half of the book and breezed through it.

    14. I haven't enjoyed an hp as much as I did this. The H/h we're not vague characters, and how their relationship developed, is very nice. FYI, this is the only book whose love scene I did not skip. Kudos!

    15. i generally don't care so much for the homely-girl-turned-into-a beauty-with-a-makeover, but this one was pretty decent. the heroine was not a pushover, which was nice

    16. pretty predictable, but still worth the time since it's a really short read.

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