They’re setting fire to the sheets, but a romance between an out and proud hockey star and a reformed playboy prince could end up burning them both.
Marquis Miller might be one of the NHL’s best players, single, wealthy, and open about his sexuality, but he knows his future lies in taking over the reins of the family’s multimillion-dollar company after retirement. Jumping on the family jet, he heads to Europe, tasked with schmoozing a prince into accepting his company’s bid on a significant castle renovation. Assuming he’d encounter a dusty old monarch well into his dotage, Marquis is stunned to find out that Kaleb is a young, sophisticated, beautiful man with an impressive work ethic, to-die-for eyes, and a certain flair that captures Marquis’s attention.
Dragging the royal palace into the twenty-first century is one battle after another for the king’s youngest son. Juggling renovations, his royal duties, and attempting to reverse his former playboy prince reputation is impossible when everyone keeps dumping problems in his lap. His chaotic life takes yet another turn when an American hockey player arrives at the castle to discuss a renovation project. Marquis is the antithesis of Kaleb’s newly minted, responsible outlook on life, a jock, a player, willing to take chances. Although the forbidden sex is hot, Kaleb is not ready to turn on his family responsibilities for a pretty smile and a smart mouth.
Family is everything and romance will always come in second, until they open their hearts to love.
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Writing love stories with a happy ever after – cowboys, heroes, family, hockey, single dads, bodyguards
USA Today bestselling author RJ Scott has written over one hundred romance books. Emotional stories of complicated characters, cowboys, single dads, hockey players, millionaires, princes, bodyguards, Navy SEALs, soldiers, doctors, paramedics, firefighters, cops, and the men who get mixed up in their lives, always with a happy ever after.
She lives just outside London and spends every waking minute she isn’t with family either reading or writing. The last time she had a week’s break from writing, she didn’t like it one little bit, and she has yet to meet a box of chocolates she couldn’t defeat.
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Could there be any two men more different yet so similar? Marquis and Kaleb fit the bill in Scott and Locey’s newest Boston Rebels- Royal Lines.
Marquis, hockey player and heir to the plumbing throne was sent to the kingdom of Norstoe to secure a plumbing contract in the royal castle. There he met Kaleb, youngest child of the queen and go to man for the renovation. Sparks immediately flew for the two men, who were known to be playboys with love ‘‘em and leave ‘‘em attitudes.
I loved the synergy of the two men. Their differences made them similar, and their natures meshed. The authors delivered a well rounded to story that focused on the budding relationship with some hockey thrown in. Out and proud, suave and stylish; neither man hid behind facades.
The secondary characters infused life into the storyline adding to Marquis’s and Kaleb’s appeal.
A lovely addition to the series.
Sexy and Sizzling
A four handcuff review