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He’s not your average Joe from the corner bar.

He’s the heir to the crown.

I should know, I’ve followed him for years.

Not in a stalkerish way. Magazines and online gossip blogs are fair game when you’re royalty.

But I do know every detail about him, down to the brand of boxer briefs he wears.

All my studying of the man who plays a starring role in my dreams pays off when I win a dinner with him. As if that wasn’t enough, he barters a deal with me that has him moving into my spare guest room.

I forgot that fairy tales don’t exist though because just as I’m about to get everything I want, including the prince, I find out there’s someone in Prince Adrian Marx’s life I don’t know - his fiancée.

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My Thoughts on A Royal Mistake

A Royal Mistake had a very different feel to it from the previous books by this author duo for me. I dont know if it's because it was starring Sierra whom I'd already formed thoughts and opinions about from the previous book. Or maybe because there were things about Adrian that we the readers knew instantly that put me on edge. I certainly wondered how on earth things would resolve and felt sorry for Sierra. Then again, that might have been the first thing that softened me towards her. As the story continued I continued to soften, but it wasn't an instant connection like there has been with other leading ladies. Adrian also took a bit for me to warm up to him. I was over 40% in and still asking myself "Do I Like This Guy?" However this also highlights why I like Piper Rayne so much. Despite a delayed connection with the main characters I still really enjoyed the story. I didn't want to put it down and when I did have to it was really easy to pick back up. Overall I ended up enjoying the story and look forward to more in this series. The narration for this was pretty good, but I had one main issue. In general I like the male narrator Tim Paige, but it was strange to have a character, Adrian, who was supposed to have a French accent but there was no accent when he was narrating. However the female narrator did give a French accent for Adrian's parts. She did the accent for everyone from Adrian's world. I would have preferred the male narrator have the accent if I had to choose but ultimately would have liked for both of them to be able to do it.

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