Honeymoon with a Prince : Royal Scandals

  • by Nicole Burnham
  • Narrated by Hollis McCarthy
  • Series: Royal Scandals
  • 11 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

After dumping her rich, lying louse of a fiancé, designer Kelly Chase opts to take her honeymoon solo. What better chance to nurse her wounds in solitude than two weeks of pre-paid beachfront bliss on the breathtaking Mediterranean island of Sarcaccia? Yet when she meets gorgeous local beach bum Massimo, solitude is suddenly less important than enjoying the company of an honest man...a man whose eyes reveal a private anguish.
Fresh from brutal combat, seeking privacy and a chance to heal, Prince Massimo Barrali is intrigued by the gorgeous American who fails to recognize him and treats him as an equal. He offers her dinner, but dinner quickly turns into a night of intense passion...until the police come knocking on the door of Kelly's rented villa.
Kelly's horror at the discovery her fiancé stole her honeymoon fund turns to humiliation when Massimo arrives to post her bail. Once again, she's been deceived by a man who isn't what he appears. But when Prince Massimo offers her a job at the royal palace and a chance to pay her debts, she can't refuse. She hates that she's forced to work with him, hates the desire that still burns between them, but how can she forget the secret torment she saw in him or their sensuous night under the stars?

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

another fun romcom!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

In a make believe country, with make believe royalty, anyone can meet a prince!
This is a fun listen, with an upbeat story. The reader is terrific and it's easy to tell who is talking at any given time. Take a listen and be transported!


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- Shari Stegman

Picture perfect romance ...

What did you love best about Honeymoon with a Prince?

With Ms. Burnham's words and Ms. McCarthy's presentation, I felt magic.


What other book might you compare Honeymoon with a Prince to and why?

Judith McNaught is a favorite author of mine. She mainly writes historical fiction, but the vibe of Honeymoon with a Prince reminded me of her novel Once and Always. Whenever I read that book I feel like I'm floating in a dream, transported to a time where anything is possible. Like Kelly and Mass, Victoria and Jason had to deal with betrayal and tragedy in order to have a chance at happiness.


Which scene was your favorite?

I loved when Kelly came face to face with Massimo for the first time. The playful dog, proved a wonderful judge of character for his somewhat gun shy owner.


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I got chills. Beyond the undercurrent of sparks, lay a deep connection between two people trying to mend broken hearts. Add in the beautifully seductive melodic narrative of Hollis McCarthy and the authentic heart stopping emotions of Ms. Burnham's well crafted romance, I felt like I stepped into a fairytale come to life.


Any additional comments?

A winning combination of author, narrator and sentimental characters. At the end, it's hard to walk away.

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- Isha Coleman

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-30-2015
  • Publisher: Nicole Burnham