A Royal Marriage of Convenience by Marion Lennox
(Harlequin Romance)

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews

Synopsis



Nikolai de Montez, an international lawyer, has just discovered he's the estranged heir to the throne of Alp de Montez. To rightfully rule, he must marry Rose!

Rose McCray is an ordinary country vet, but her royal bloodline makes her Nik's bride of choice— and Rose knows it's her duty to accept.

The wedding ceremony is sumptuous, but when the formalities are over it's time for the prince and princess of Alp de Montez to get to know one another as man and wife!

 

About Marion Lennox

See more books from this Author
Marion was raised in a farming community in practically the only part of Australia that's wet all year round. With no entertainment but reading and no one to talk to but cows, it's no wonder she turned to writing. But they didn't put romance writer in the career handbook at her local school, so she pursued something she thought might make her a better living. Marion ended up teaching statistics and computing at her local university. She married, she had a couple of kids, she collected dogs, cats, chooks, goldfish — the full domestic catastrophe — but her first love was always romance. She penned her first novel while on family leave with her second child. Dare to Love Again was published in 1990 and stands as a testament to a family's ability to survive on spaghetti and toasted sandwiches.Marion's now written over 50 romance novels. She wrote under the pseudonym Trisha David to separate her Tender Romance novels from her Medical Romance books, so if you're looking for older books, try Trisha. She's given up teaching. She'd give up housework if only the animals would stop molting and the kids would learn to clean up (so...she's a dreamer). She daydreams in the garden and calls it gardening. She daydreams while traveling and calls it research. Mostly, she indulges in her first love — romance.
 
Published March 1, 2008 by Harlequin Romance. 192 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

Rate this book!

Add Review
×