Series: The Princess #2
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Also in this series: His Princess, Claimed Princess, Forbidden Princess
Also by this author: Shielding Lily, Roping The Virgin, The Wanted Virgin, The Virgin Cowboy, Halloween Treats, Stealing Christmas, Pulling Her Trigger, Beauty and the Biker, Everything for Her, Her Touch, His Princess, Claimed Princess, Forbidden Princess, His Alone, Beauty in Winter, Stay Close, Hold Tight
Karim is past the time when he should have chosen a bride, but he never met anyone who caught his eye. Forced to choose, he holds a ball and invites all eligible princesses to attend. And that’s when everything changes.
Giselle’s been tucked away on her father’s land and doesn’t know how the royal world works. It’s her first party, and it’s going terribly until she finds herself alone in a room with a man. A man who wants to make her his.
When Giselle gives him everything and then discovers who he is…well, how good do you think she’ll be at hide and seek?
Warning: It’s instalove at first sight. Literally, like two seconds in. But don’t worry, Karim will find her…and steal her if he has to.
Stolen Princess is even more insta-love than His Princess! In this story, Karim pretty much sees Giselle, takes her virginity, and then tells everyone at the party he is going to marry her. Of course, there is some other woman drama that leads to a miscommunication. Giselle is VERY naive because her father kept her isolated in their home. This party of Karim’s is pretty much the first thing she has ever attended.
I enjoyed the story; not quite as much as I liked His Princess, but Stole Princess is still good. Karim is a good alpha hero and while Giselle is a bit too naive for my taste, it worked in the story.
- POV: dual 1st
- Tears: no
- Trope: insta-love; royalty
- Triggers: none
- Series/Standalone: standalone within a slightly interconnected series
- Cliffhanger: View Spoiler »no « Hide Spoiler
- HEA: View Spoiler »of course! With great epilogues! « Hide Spoiler
Books by Dani Wyatt, Fiona Davenport, Aria Cole…then you will probably like Stole Princess!