Review: Royally Romanced by Marie Donovan

Royally Romanced

The Tale of the Dressmaker and the Prince

Once upon a time, there lived an Italian prince named Georgio Di Leone. He was a stressed-out prince…and a very protective one. So, when his little sister announces she’s getting married, he flies–first-class, of course–to the enchanted kingdom of New York City, where he meets Renata Pavoni, a wedding-dress maker who is all vintage pinup girl with twenty-first-century sex appeal.

Once they ride off together in his limousine, they indulge in some serious make out action. But as things with her hot royal start to heat up, Renata wonders…can she find a "sexily ever after" with a real prince?


Title: Royally Romanced
Author: Marie Donovan
Series: A Real Prince
Publisher:  Harlequin Blaze
Format: ebook
ISBN: 1459212053
Genre: Romance
Release date: September 1st 2011
Number of pages: 224
I always feel like the best romances are the ones with Princes or Sheikh’s falling madly in love with a normal and very intelligent girl, because let’s face it, there about hundred of different countries out there (including the fiction types) and only a bunch of princess. Odds are always for the smart and pretty ones.
So this book brought two off my favorites things, princes and clothes. Sometimes I just love clothes and those times were people dressed up just because it was fashion. The fifties for me was the best decade and I dress like that a lot, so it was really fun to read all those fun matches that Renata made.
Back to the romance part I really liked how Georgio became worried about his health and decided to change his habits to live better and longer, especially because he thought how much it would facet his family.
But the trip to Italy and how dotting and sexy Georgio became was so special. He’s like a dream come true and the best part is he really listen to everything Renata said and liked her just the way she is, with boobs and a not so perfect body.



#1 – Royally Romanced
#2 – Royally Seduced
#3 – Royally Claimed