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A princess in need of a husband.

A rake not in want of a wife.

London, 1855.

Deemed unsuitable to rule by her parents, Princess Justine is sent to England to learn from Queen Victoria what it means to be royal. In London she will also be matched with a suitable husband. But headstrong Justine is not one to be influenced, especially in matters of the heart, and so roguish bachelor William, Lord Douglas is sent to watch over the spirited young woman.

However, the longer William spends in Justine’s company, the more he is attracted to the opinionated Princess and considers all suitors unacceptable. Soon London society has no more matches. Yet Justine is expected to marry.

But amidst the politics and protocol, what if the right man has been there all along?

A sparkling new historical romance from New York Times best-selling author Julia London.

©2022 Julia London (P)2022 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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  • sammie
  • 02-28-22

A lovely story

I enjoyed this book but left it to listen to another as it was very long and I got bored in the middle. the ending was brilliant and funny and it is well worth the long listen to get to the end... I always enjoy Julia London