Chantal Thibaudet has always been the ‘disobedient – follow no one’s
princess. Her life is full of many
regrets and she ponders how she will change her life from her on in. But, as she is flying to her home of LaCroix,
the plane hits turbulence and crashes.
Chantal fears for her life and is heartbroken that
she may never see her
daughter, Lilly again. But what helps
Chantal past her fear is the dark and handsome man on board the plane
Demetrius Mantheakis. Chantal believes
Demetrius is her hired bodyguard, and when they survive the crash, they
his private Greek Island where she will be safe.
Always levelheaded on
most counts and still hurt from past
mistakes, Chantal finds being close to Demetrius day after day too much
temptation and lives for herself, the moment and finds more than she
imagined in his arms. But she believes
him to be a commoner hired to be her bodyguard.
She hasn’t seen her daughter Lilly in longer than
she can remember. Will her decisions come
back to destroy her
chances of ever seeing her little girl again? What will become of her
Demetrius when they leave the island?
The last time we were
enchanted with Princess Chantal
Thibaudet was in her sister’s story, book one of The
Princess Brides series.
Finally we are blessed with Chantal’s own story, The Greek’s Royal Mistress. Jane Porter captivates
audience once again with a feisty and eloquent heroine who is matched
protective and debonair hero. Demetrius
breaks through all barriers that Chantal has ever created around her. But Chantal’s broken heart and missing Lilly
is something that just won’t fade away.
Ms. Porter keeps her
reader smiling, crying and hungering
for more of her profound romances.
Emotionally gripping, beautiful scenery,
heart-warming romance, can all be found in The
Greek’s Royal Mistress. No one
writes romance as Jane Porter does!
I wait eagerly for book
three of The Princess Brides, The
Italian’s Virgin Princess, Sept 04 (U.K.), Nov 04 (North America)
Reviewed by Tracey West
for The Road
July 11th, 2004