The Prince and I
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The Prince and I by Julie Sarff


~The main mystery is solved in each book, although the romance runs from book to book. Some people may enjoy the books more by reading the series in order, but it is not necessary for understanding the standalone mysteries. Cheers!
~Julie Sarff's books are on my short list of indie books to read. Her books are as much about the journey as the destination. Part romantic comedy, part mystery and part farce, they leave me with a smile on my face long after the last book is read. ~ U.S.A. Today Bestselling author Linda Ryn

When Trudy Rue is assigned the royal biography of the Prince of Wales after her ex is murdered, Trudy is faced with a number of problems. Firstly, she doesn’t know anything about the modern royal family and has no time to prepare, and secondly, she is named a person of interest in the death of her ex. Under enormous pressure, she goes about her day, trying to do her job and becoming more and more enchanted with the subject of her study. When the Prince gives her a private tour of Holyroodhouse, she decides she is definitely smitten. There is no time for romance, however, as Trudy begins to uncover the dark secrets of her ex’s past, and the numerous people who might have wanted him dead.

Will Trudy be able to find out who murdered her ex without getting murdered herself?
Will the Prince turn out to be Mr. Right or just another frog in disguise?

Book Length:
A story that is not streamlined with a particular genre is listed under others. These books generally have mixed content. Somewhere these books talk about romance and switch to suspense after a couple of pages and many other kinds of content can be expected from these books. Readers who are not too specific about the genre can pick any from others. If you have reading habits and can pick any without being so particular then others section is for you. Selecting a genre-specific book might be a tedious task for you. So just go easy. Happy Reading.

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