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Tormented by the suicide of his ex-girlfriend, Sarcaccia's crown prince Vittorio Barrali escapes the glare of the cameras by secretly trading places with his twin brother and traveling to Argentina. There, he nurses his wounds in private, mentally preparing to resume the role to which he was born, a role that doesn't allow emotion to take precedence over duty.
With her television show facing possible cancellation, At Home Abroad host Emily Sinclair learns the guest for her Buenos Aires season finale is a no-show. Fearing for her employees' careers - not to mention her own - she's elated when a chance meeting in a café provides the perfect replacement. But when the dark, handsome man resists her invitation despite the electricity sizzling between them, her curiosity is piqued. Then there's the fact he looks so familiar....
Vittorio's instinct is to help a woman in need, particularly one as enticing as Emily, whose work supports so many. But can he risk his own secrets coming to light?
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By hkmd7 on 01-04-17
Slow Tango with a Prince: Royal Scandals Book 3 by Nicole Burnham. Crown Prince Vittorio is in a bad way. His ex-girlfriend committed suicide and he feels responsible. She did not leave a note but instead sent a private message to the palace, further devastating him. His twin Alessandro reads the message and devises a plan to allow Vittorio time to grieve in peace. They will switch places and tell no one. Alessandro assumes the role as crown prince and Vittorio takes off and ends up in Argentina. While he is on the downlow he meets television host Emily Sinclair. With her TV show on the brink of being canceled, Emily needs something to kick start the final episode of At Home Abroad. When her featured couple has to return to the United States for an emergency, Emily spies Vittorio across the way at a café. She approaches him with the proposition that he appear on the show, as the featured house hunter. Vittorio (still hiding out) declines. Emily appears again – raising Vittorio’s suspicions. However, he agrees to help her, under the assumed name of “Bob”. Vittorio and Emily feel an instant chemistry and attraction to each other but both are hiding things and keeping secrets.
Hollis McCarthy again does an excellent job with the accents and characters voices. She appears to have the ability to make them come alive, so you almost feel the emotions that they are feeling. The narration flowed nicely with no stops or stammers. There don’t appear to be any miscues in the reading.