Title: The Royal Mess (Alaskan Royal Family #3)
Author: MaryJanice Davidson
Publisher: Brava Books (Kensington) 2007
Rating: 4/5 stars
Reading Challenges: Support Your Local Library; Contemporary Romance; February Romance Month
Jeffrey Rodinov is descended from one of the oldest families in Alaska, and a Rodinov has been protecting a Baranov for generations. No one ever sees Jeffrey Rodinov coming, and no one-not even a mouthy, illegitimate princess-is going to keep him from playing bodyguard when his king decrees it.
But no Rodinov ever had to protect Princess Nicole Krenski. Her credentials? Hunting guide in the Alaskan wilderness. Smart. Stubborn bordering on exasperating. The lady says she doesn’t need a bodyguard, but that’s where she’s wrong. Someone needs to watch her and show her the royal ropes. Someone who can make her feel like a queen-in and out of bed.
Final book in the Alaskan royals trilogy was a fun read. Nothing too deep. Nothing too sad or happy. Just a fun little romance romp in 210 pages (really less if you count all the white space). I enjoyed the other two books in the trilogy (The Royal Treatment and The Royal Pain) but this one was probably my favorite. The characters were fun; not in a "I connected to them" way, but funny characters. The rest of the royal family was a hoot, per usual. I still think my favorite character in the entire trilogy is Prince Nicholas, something about being the rebel of the family is very endearing. A good, fun read for Valentine's Day (and yes I read the entire book on Valentine's Day, just took me a day to get around to the review).
Alaskan Royal Family