A ROYAL PAIN
The government wanted Veronica St. John to teach a tough, combat-hardened Navy SEAL how to impersonate a visiting European crown prince who'd been targeted by terrorists. But even if every gorgeous inch of him did look the part, this guy simply wasn't prince material. . .
It wasn't just that everything about Lieutenant Joe Catalanotto--from his New York accent to his arrogant, streetwise attitude--said he was anything but an aristocrat. No, the real trouble was the way he made his refined, upper-crust teacher want to slap him silly--and then kiss him senseless. . . .
TALL, DARK & DANGEROUS: They're who you call to get you out of a tight spot -- or into one!
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Overall Rating: 4.55
Action: 2.2 / Emotion: 3.9 / Romance: 4.8 / Sensuous: 1.9 / Suspense: 3.1 // Laughter: 4 / Giggles: 1 // Tears: 3 / Teary: 0
A fun, appealing, enjoyable read that reveals the skill Brockmann possesses when it comes to telling an intriguing, SEAL-based story, featuring her gift of writing great dialogue and creating layers to her characters. However, because this book is a shorter "series" book, it simply cannot be comparable to any of Brockmann's full-length, main-stream romances.
A more in-depth, detailed, spoiler-ridden review of *Prince Joe* appears at Wolf Bear Does Books (http://goo.gl/TJ6Rjm).