Review: Cheeky Royal by Nana Malone
Our Review for Cheeky Royal by Nana Malone
Nana Malone has spun a beautiful tale of royal hotness! This is a story of two people trying to find their-selves both in two different ways but one may have a hidden agenda. Until she falls for him. And there is no stopping her heart.
Prince Sebastian has had enough of the royal agenda. He gets burned and goes on a hiatus until he learns something that gives him a new agenda. But he doesn’t let anyone know where he’s gone. Confused and heartbroken Sebastian sets off to find what he needs to make things right.
Penelope has been given a job that she’s not quite sure she can do. In fact she says no to the King until she thinks on it really hard and then she decides, yes she can do it. Find the Prince.
Nana takes us on a journey of secrets and love. When the love comes everything changes and we are left with wanting more. I can’t wait to read the second part to this story. My heart hurts for these characters and I can’t wait to see how this all plays out.
As always Nana Malone has is sucked into the pages and she doesn’t let our hearts or minds go the entire time. I love how she can write an emotional, heartfelt, sexy as sin romance and just enough laugh out loud moments to hook us. I would highly recommend this book to any romance lover.
*Review by Andrea
Blurb for Cheeky Royal by Nana Malone
All they want is everything they can’t have.
Yes, yes, I’ve heard the rumors.
The prince is royal, and cocky and has a—well never mind about all that.
The problem is, he’s also my job.
When the King called on me to retrieve the wayward prince, I was ready to walk away.
Then I caught my boyfriend cheating—and suddenly leaving never felt like a better idea.
I never wanted the throne.
When I left behind my gilded cage of a palace, it all sounded so simple: find my long-lost brother & make him the prince so I don’t have to rule the kingdom like my father expects.
Then I meet my new neighbor, and quickly realize I’ve found the queen of my heart—and bed.
Just one problem, I can’t let her find out who I really am