Review: Cordina’s Crown Jewel by Nora Roberts

Cordina's Crown Jewel (Cordina, #4) (Silhouette Special Edition #1448)Title: Cordina’s Crown Jewel
Author:  Nora Roberts
Series: Cordina
Publisher:  Silhouette
Format: ebook
ISBN: 0373244487
Genre: Romance
Release date: February 1st 2002
Number of pages: 256
"Cordina’s Crown Jewel, " part of the Cordina’s Royal Family miniseries, marks Roberts’s 100th title with Harlequin and Silhouette. This brand-new story features Princess Camilla de Cordina, who runs away, assumes a new identity, and begins working for archaeologist Delaney Caine. But as her irritation towards Delaney grows into desire, she knows she’ll soon have to reveal her true identity.


This is the final book in the series and it was a written many years after the original forth as a special edition, but I find it totally unnecessary because the original princes of Cordina are all married and the evil man is gone for good.
But I read this book as a regular romance, without pushing for the Cordina family and they barely made appearance. Camilla is young and has worked her entire life as a princess and now she’s twenty five without a clue of her future.
I liked the relationship with Delaney, because he’s like a bear and only complains but he’s actually brilliant and helped Camilla realize life can be all about research and discoveries.
For the romance alone the book was fine, not all that exciting, but she’s a princess and the her life is really boring without the glamour, and it’s all about work and work. Fun!


#1 – Affaire Royale
#2 – Command Performance
#3 – The Playboy Prince
#4 – Cordina’s Crown Jewel



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