Wednesday, June 24, 2015

ARC Book review: A Royal Amnesia Scandal by Jules Bennett

Available July 1st 2015
eARC Provided by author

She's about to have an unforgettable affair...with her royal boss. 

He was desperate to forget a broken engagement...until an accident has Prince Lucas Silva forgetting his fiancee's identity. Now he believes his loyal assistant, Kate Barton, is his bride-to-be. And she's under strict orders to keep up the pretense. 

Playing the role of beloved is no stretch for Kate; she's had a crush on her boss for years. But palace rules prohibit royalty from mixing with the help, so Kate knows her happiness can't last. Once Luc regains his memory, she could very well be tossed aside...unless the prince is willing to forget the rules, too

 Oh my! Kate Barton pretty much grew up around the palace and royalty. Her parents work for the family so when Prince Luc needed a assistant she was a natural for the job.  There was automatic attraction between the two but unfortunately it's unwritten law that royal family members do not get involved with the staff.  Shelving their attraction the two have tried to go one without letting it out again. After Luc's fiancee is found out to be a liar and a fraud of sorts though he is left reeling by the betrayal. On a island getaway Luc is trying to just get away from it all and relax for a bit but rethinks his idea of bringing Kate along with him when his attraction to her comes to the forefront again. After a freak accident leaves him with short term amnesia and thinking Kate is his fiancee things get a little crazy. Even though Prince Luc goes from pretty OK guy to really great guy, to a real ass and fortunately groveling guy i enjoyed this book. Prince Luc is a little messed up with his emotions for a while as he sorts himself out and Kate is caught in the middle of it all.  I read this in one evening and was sucked in from page one and spit out at the end. I felt the gamut of emotions from happy contentment to sad and hurt for Kate.  When you can read a book and place yourself in it somewhere, in this instance Kate i think you're reading a well written and thought out story. Jules Bennet put me right there.

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