Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Review: Secrets for Seducing a Royal Bodyguard

Rating: 4 Stars

Kidnapping, Attempted murder, psychopathic Russian prince's! 

Historical Romance meets Romantic Suspense in full swing!  Aden St. George is a spy sent on a mission to rescue Lady Vivien Shaw. Kidnapped by unknown assailants, (Vivien might have suspicions of her own), Vivien is shocked by the instant mutual attraction to her handsome rescuer. Aden is reluctant to get involve romantically to a lady of the ton, as he has had trouble in the past with the vindictiveness of the high society community. Aden is the illegitimate son of the Prince Regent.

Aden has been commissioned by Dominic ( last seen in Lost in a Royal Kiss), the head spymaster, to keep an eye Vivien and find out the identity of the kidnappers. Viviens' suitor the Russian prince causes conflict between Vivian and Aden.

I loved this story and can't wait to read Griffin's story in Confessions of a Royal Bridegroom, of which there is and excerpt for in Secrets for Seducing a Royal Bodyguard. My only issue was that the estrangement between Aden and his mother wasn't really explained all that well.