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The first in an all-new stand-alone trilogy set in Kristen Proby's Big Sky world, Enchanting Sebastian will take your breath away! 

Turning 35 doesn’t mean much to most men. For Sebastian Wakefield, it’s the end of life as he knows it. 

When your father is the King of England, 35 is the year that a marriage will be arranged, a suitable bride cementing a future you didn’t choose. The obvious solution for escaping the archaic laws of the throne is for Sebastian to leave the country. And where better to go than America? 

Nina Wolfe has spent her career avoiding scandal. As a Hollywood publicist and minor celebrity in her own right, she knows exactly what it takes to keep the media at bay - and what will send them into a frenzy. 

Prince Sebastian hiding out in Cunningham Falls, Montana, is an unlikely story. Ending up in his bed, even more so. And keeping their arrangement out of the press might just be impossible. The ring on her finger is about to spark a firestorm that will change her life, and no professional spin will help Nina fit into the world of royalty. 

Only love could write an enchanting new beginning - if they’ll let themselves fall.

©2019 Kristen Proby (P)2019 Kristen Proby

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Cute and sexy but storyline is a bit silly involving the heir to the British throne. The dialogue is good and the larger narrative moves along nicely. The narration is subpar as well with not enough distinctions in voice within the same sex.

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man narrator wasnt my fave

loved Nina story but the man narrator was not my favorite. he just sounded more older then the character and couldn't pull off the women voice very well. The female narrator was good.

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ok for a one time listen

This is about the royal heir to the Throne of England. He must marry by the age of 35 of the king will pick his bride. unfortunately for him to inherit the throne he must marry an British citizen. Months from 35; he doesn't want to have his bride picked for him and he doesn't want to rule, so he chooses an american. There was no real emotion pulling story line. It did have some funny parts. I personally wouldn't spend the credit and regret I purchased both the book and audio book cause it was cheaper. I chose this book because I like the narrator Kirsten Leigh. Although I probably won't listen to this author again. It was interesting enough to finish the book, but i will most likely never listen to it again. It did open the story up to finish the trilogy

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A Royal and commoner marriage

Sebastian and Nina enter into marriage so he doesn't have to marry someone he doesn't want to. Can they make this marriage real? This is another story about Cunningham Falls from Kristen Proby. I really like her stories and hope the next one is in audio, too. Kirsten Leigh did a good job with narrating. Robert Johanson's English accent is dreamy.

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Loved this book & can't wait to read the rest.

I don't normally like series books, but this one had just enough drama, while not being overly dramatic, to keep me interested. I can't wait to see what happens to the rest of the group.

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Another Proby Hit!

I thoroughly enjoyed this story. Sebastian and Nina, a prince and a publicist. What girl doesn’t want to marry a prince..except maybe Megan Markel. I enjoyed the characters, all of them and I’m looking forward to the next book in the series. I did not, however, like the narration of this book. Robert Johnson was ok as the prince but geez, he never even attempted to change his voice when he read Nina. I have no idea why Proby thought his changing his accent would do it for the listeners. It did not. It was terribly distracting. I also didn’t like Kristin Leigh’s performance of Nina. There was something hard to listen to about her voice as well. So while I hated the narration, I did like the story enough to recommend it.

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A quick, sexy, listen set in Proby's Big Sky.

You know, I love royal romances and I'll read just about every single one I can get my hands on. I definitely didn't want to miss out on listening to book 1 of this series since I naturally skipped it over and read book 2, first. I can't quite say that this is my favorite of the series, but there were moments that I liked.

I had a bit of trouble connecting with both Nina and Sebastian, and that was the real drawback for me. I was hoping it would have gotten better as the story progressed, but didn't quite hit the mark with me.

Both were new to me narrators, but I enjoyed them together.

There's plenty of funny moments that'll have you chuckling and if you're a fan of the Big Sky series, you'll love all the familiar faces.

Overall, still very much enjoyed this royal read!

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Enchanting Sebastian

"His kiss is long and slow. Incredibly romantic. Is it possible to get pregnant from just a kiss? Because if so, I’m pretty sure I’m having triplets."


Enchanting Sebastian is a marriage of convenience royal romance in the Big Sky world.

Sebastian does not want to become the king or be set up in an arranged marriage so he takes off for America to relax and potentially find a bride. When he bumps into Nina and becomes enchanted by her, he convinces her to marry him with no strings attached so he doesn’t have to become king but the strings become attached and play an enchanting melody that is too hard to resist.

I was laughing right from the beginning of the book. I fell in love with Sebastian and his charming ways. Nina complemented him perfectly with her humble ways. This was my first Kristen Proby book and it will not be my last. She has been on my TBR forever and I am glad to finally read one of her books.

Audio: Another great job by Kristen Leigh and enjoyed my first experience with Robert Johanson as a narrator.

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Witty, funny, and as the title implies, enchanting

I thoroughly enjoyed Sebastian and Nina's love story set in Big Sky, Montana. Part royal romance, part fake relationship, and all-around entertaining, this book was a great escape and a great listen in audio.

Sebastian is a royal set to inherit the crown, with his parents pressing hard to find a suitable spouse. But that's not what Sebastian wants at all. He escapes to Big Sky and meets Nina, and from their very first meeting, he's just so drawn to Nina. Nina is not a woman looking for a royal relationship. She's independent, she's sassy, and although she's attracted to Sebastian, she doesn't see love on her horizon.

Kristen Proby has created a wonderful world in the Big Sky series, and this extension expands that world with a royal twist. It's full of amazing characters, and it's a joy to revisit familiar ones at the same time as meet new people.

The audio, narrated by Robert Johanson and Kirsten Leigh is a great enhancement to the written words.

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Sweet and Steamy Romance!

I really enjoyed this first book in the Big Sky Royal Series. This is Sebastian and Nina's fun, sweet and sizzling romance. Nina Wolfe is the publicist for her brother who is a famous Hollywood actor. She has been around hollywood royalty and knows how to keep a secret and avoid scandal. She also has never been able to depend on anyone but herself, so is determined and happy to live her best life on her own in Montana. Prince Sebastian Wakefield is the heir to the British throne and is approaching the age when he must marry. He wants to find a wife on his own terms, before his birthday, when one will be arranged for him. He leaves England for Montana where he unexpectedy runs into Nina, literally. He is instantly attracted to this beautiful and spirited woman, but she leaves him standing on the street alone. He finally finds her and charms his way into a date that turns into more. Sebastian knows she is perfect for him and asks her to marry him. Nina knows it is fast, but agrees to marry him and embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Nina works hard to learn her new role and to make Sebastian happy. The more time they spend together, the more their firey chemistry grows into a stronger and deeper connection. But royal life isn't as easy as it appears, and Nina isn't sure the royal family will accept a commoner. Sebastian will do whatever it takes to prove that Nina is his, forever.
This is a fun, heartwarming, sweet and sizzling romance. The narration by Robert Johanson, and Kirsten Leigh was fantastic. They really brought out the push/pull between both Sebastian and Nina, and allowed us to experience their strengths and vulnerabilities, and their sexual tension was palpable! This fun, emotional and sizzling royal romance will make you believe in fairy-tales!