Royal Match (Royal Scandal, #3.5)
"Addictive, sexy and beautifully written." -Vi Keeland, #1 New York Times bestselling author on Royal Disaster What to expect when you're royally expecting In five years of marriage to Dylan Hale - the hottest (not to mention most deliciously insatiable) duke in England - I've learned one cardinal rule: Never say "no" to the Queen. Her orders? I'm to be the matron of honor at the royal wedding of the century... which is, coincidentally, my due date. Dylan's plan is to seduce me into an early labor to avoid this royal ruckus. So now I'm caught between the Queen's command... and my sexy duke's desire. The Royal Scandal series: Royal Affair Royal Disaster Royal Treatment

Royal Match (Royal Scandal, #3.5) Details

TitleRoyal Match (Royal Scandal, #3.5)
Author
ReleaseMay 8th, 2018
PublisherForever Yours
Rating
GenreRomance, Contemporary Romance, Novella, Contemporary

Royal Match (Royal Scandal, #3.5) Review

  • Emma
    January 1, 1970
    Royal Match is the perfect read to coincide with the Royal Wedding on May 19. I have followed the relationship between Dylan and Lydia from the very beginning. Royal Match was a lovely way to catch up with the couple a few years after their wedding. Five years and 2.5 children have done little to dampen the passion between Dylan and Lydia *SWOON*Lydia has navigated her way seamlessly into the role of Duchess; Dylan and Lydia have compromised with regards to their hectic careers and royal duties Royal Match is the perfect read to coincide with the Royal Wedding on May 19. I have followed the relationship between Dylan and Lydia from the very beginning. Royal Match was a lovely way to catch up with the couple a few years after their wedding. Five years and 2.5 children have done little to dampen the passion between Dylan and Lydia *SWOON*Lydia has navigated her way seamlessly into the role of Duchess; Dylan and Lydia have compromised with regards to their hectic careers and royal duties in order to ensure they spend quality time as a couple and as a family. I adored watching Dylan dote on Lydia, his alpha tendencies only slightly softened over the years but in full protective mode when Lydia is tasked with being Maid of Honour at THE Royal Wedding taking place on her actual due date!!!!All of the principal characters from the Royal Scandal Series make an appearance within Royal Match providing a wonderful sense of continuity throughout. I really liked being able to see how marriage and children have affected Dylan and Lydia; we can only dream of such a relationship ♥
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  • Brandi
    January 1, 1970
    I'll admit that I haven't read the previous books, so that might be some of the issue. However, this novella can stand on its own. If you're looking for a sweet, swoony story about a man who loves his pregnant wife and would do absolutely anything for her, then this is for you. There is just enough background info given to where you know what's going on, but it also leaves you (well, definitely me) wanting to go back to the beginning to see how their story unfolded. Add if you like royalty books I'll admit that I haven't read the previous books, so that might be some of the issue. However, this novella can stand on its own. If you're looking for a sweet, swoony story about a man who loves his pregnant wife and would do absolutely anything for her, then this is for you. There is just enough background info given to where you know what's going on, but it also leaves you (well, definitely me) wanting to go back to the beginning to see how their story unfolded. Add if you like royalty books, this is a nice treat as well. Because, well, big weddings, big surprises, big deal. And I do love a royal wedding. Dylan will have you begging for more. *I received this copy from Netgalley.
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  • Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 starsLike the trilogy before it, this story was adorable. It wasn’t truly its own book, but more of a glimpse into the world of Dylan and Lydia a few years down the road. Five years of marriage and two children later, this couple was as sexy and sweet as ever. And as the craziness of being part of a royal wedding ensued while Lydia was about 80 months pregnant with their third child, it was as a pleasure to see these two and a host of other characters I have missed.In this story, we have Pri 4.5 starsLike the trilogy before it, this story was adorable. It wasn’t truly its own book, but more of a glimpse into the world of Dylan and Lydia a few years down the road. Five years of marriage and two children later, this couple was as sexy and sweet as ever. And as the craziness of being part of a royal wedding ensued while Lydia was about 80 months pregnant with their third child, it was as a pleasure to see these two and a host of other characters I have missed.In this story, we have Princess Caroline, an heir to the throne of England, marrying her commoner husband and at the behest of the Queen, Lydia becomes part of the royal wedding party. Interspersing the problems of an over the top pomp of a wedding of this magnitude with the day to day realities many married couples face, I loved how the author made these foreign circumstances seem almost relatable. From Dylan’s quest to have sex despite constant interruption to Lydia trying not to go into labor at the royal nuptials, I fell in love with these two all over again. If you haven’t checked out the Royal Scandal trilogy, you need to. With Royal Baby fever hitting all over again, this is the perfect glimpse into the life of the English peerage, and an introduction to an adorable couple.
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  • Sissy's Romance Book Review
    January 1, 1970
    Royal Match by Parker Swift is book 3.5 in the Royal Scandal series. This is the story of Dylan and Lydia. I haven't yet read the previous books, so for me I made it a standalone book. With that said I do wish I had read the previous books. This book Dylan and Lydia were expecting another child along with going to a family wedding. I really enjoyed their interactions so I need to go find the book that started their story because it was that good.
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  • bookmarkbelles
    January 1, 1970
    3.5/5This was such a cute read! I had no idea this book was part of a series, so im a lil sad about that, but I added the other books to my tbr cause this author's writing is incredible! I found Dylan and Lydia endearing and loved everything about this story.
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  • Cocktails and Books
    January 1, 1970
    I loved catching up with one of my favorite couples. Dylan and Lydia don't disappoint in this novella as we catch up with them just as their about to welcome another addition to their family. If you enjoyed this series, Royal Match is a must read novella.
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  • Elaine
    January 1, 1970
    Couldn’t resist reading this delightful novella, coinciding with the royal wedding weekend! It is a lighthearted, fun read involving a important royal wedding. Dylan is an English Duke and his wife is Lydia. When Lydia is requested to be the matron of honour at the Royal Wedding you’d expect them both to be suitably honoured - but there’s a serious bump in the way . . . Lydia is pregnant and her due date is the day of the wedding! I haven’t read any of this series before but found this to be an Couldn’t resist reading this delightful novella, coinciding with the royal wedding weekend! It is a lighthearted, fun read involving a important royal wedding. Dylan is an English Duke and his wife is Lydia. When Lydia is requested to be the matron of honour at the Royal Wedding you’d expect them both to be suitably honoured - but there’s a serious bump in the way . . . Lydia is pregnant and her due date is the day of the wedding! I haven’t read any of this series before but found this to be an enchanting fun read with great characters, lots of love and so much humour it had me laughing out loud. The romance between Dylan and Lydia is still vibrant after five years of marriage, hectic careers and two children. Dylan would love Lydia to have the latest addition to their family before the wedding and is keen to seduce her into labour! Get ready for a lovely fun, sexy, read in this delightful royal wedding novella.I requested and was given a copy of this novel, via NetGalley, with no obligation. This is my honest review of the book after choosing to read it.
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  • April Symes
    January 1, 1970
    Royal Match by Parker Swift is book 3.5 in the Royal Scandal series. This is the story of Dylan and Lydia. In this book, Princess Caroline, who is the heir to the throne of England, is marrying her commoner husband and at the behest of the Queen, Lydia becomes part of the royal wedding party. Lydia is pregnant with baby #3 and we get to see the madness that takes hold while preparing for a royal wedding plus catching up with favorite couple Lydia and Dylan. A sweet novella with heart and heat. I Royal Match by Parker Swift is book 3.5 in the Royal Scandal series. This is the story of Dylan and Lydia. In this book, Princess Caroline, who is the heir to the throne of England, is marrying her commoner husband and at the behest of the Queen, Lydia becomes part of the royal wedding party. Lydia is pregnant with baby #3 and we get to see the madness that takes hold while preparing for a royal wedding plus catching up with favorite couple Lydia and Dylan. A sweet novella with heart and heat. I loved catching up and getting glimpses into the lives of the Duke and Duchess of Abingdon, also known as Dylan Hale and his American wife Lydia. This is great fun and a sweet novella read.My Rating: 4.5 stars ***** “I received an advanced copy of this book from the author at no cost to me."
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  • Becky
    January 1, 1970
    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/8/18.Royal Match is a sweet novella in the Royal Scandal series. It gives yet another glimpse into the lives of the Duke and Duchess of Abingdon, aka Dylan Hale and his American wife Lydia. Married for five years now, they have two absolutely adorable children (of course!) and are expecting their third--on the same day that Dylan's ex-girlfriend and Lydia's current good friend, the princess of England, is getting married. Naturally, events conspire so th Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/8/18.Royal Match is a sweet novella in the Royal Scandal series. It gives yet another glimpse into the lives of the Duke and Duchess of Abingdon, aka Dylan Hale and his American wife Lydia. Married for five years now, they have two absolutely adorable children (of course!) and are expecting their third--on the same day that Dylan's ex-girlfriend and Lydia's current good friend, the princess of England, is getting married. Naturally, events conspire so that Lydia is roped into standing up in the wedding, because of course one simply doesn't say no to royalty...What follows is Lydia (mostly) trying to keep incubating baby number three until after the wedding while Dylan gets creative about trying to do the opposite (she can't put on her own shoes at this point; can Lydia really bend herself over a desk...?) and in between there's all kinds of cuteness with their kids, fun with friends and coworkers, and wedding-of-the-century craziness. If you've read the other books in the series already, I'm guessing this book will be one long love-fest for you; if you haven't yet, you shouldn't be too lost--and seeing their marital cuteness here just might inspire you to check out the Dylan and Lydia origin story.There's not a ton of plot or character growth here--really, it's mostly a slice of life story with the added fun of wondering just when the newest baby Hale will make an appearance. There was a memory sequence at one point (Lydia recalling her wedding day) that seemed on the long side for such a short book, but again, series fans will probably enjoy it quite a bit. If you're looking for a quick, fun read to put you in the mood for the upcoming real royal nuptials and/or you need something quick to read in the brief moments you're able to tear yourself away from looking at pictures of the newest prince, give Royal Match a try!Rating: 3 1/2 stars / B-I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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  • books are love
    January 1, 1970
    Received in exchange for an honest review.Dylan is just as sexy and devilishly handsome as ever in this next book in the series. Here we see him dote over lydia and be a great dad to his children. They are married for five years when the book begins and expecting a third child.Their lives are harried but you can see they are still as in love as before. Now they have a family life that they love and adore. I loved seeing Dylan dote on her and the children and when he does what he can for Lydia wh Received in exchange for an honest review.Dylan is just as sexy and devilishly handsome as ever in this next book in the series. Here we see him dote over lydia and be a great dad to his children. They are married for five years when the book begins and expecting a third child.Their lives are harried but you can see they are still as in love as before. Now they have a family life that they love and adore. I loved seeing Dylan dote on her and the children and when he does what he can for Lydia when it came to her duties as Matron of honor I swooned. He could be a wee bit overbearing but it came from a place of love.Lydia was about to have their third child and she is asked by the Queen to be the matron of honor in a wedding. Not able to refuse the Queen she agrees even though she is due right around the day of the wedding. Which is where Dylan’s overprotectiveness comes into play.In this fun loving sweet story we see Lydia and Dylan in all aspects of their lives. We see them in work mode, family mode and showing us how in love they still are with each other. We see them as Dylan tries to feel in control in an out of control situation when it comes to the wedding his wife is in. We see Lydia working on keeping things from going to far out of control and trying to stop her husband from seducing her so she can go into labour. The story is addictive and fun. There isn’t a moment when you won’t smile and just fall in love with the family side of this couple as well as how much they are still in love with one another. A truly wonderful fun romance.
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  • Ruthie Taylor
    January 1, 1970
    ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~Although I had not read the previous trilogy, the blurb just made me want to read it! I really enjoyed this snippet of family life, in a royal situation, but involving two people who are very grounded in their outlook on life. For a short story, I got a very big story and some delightful new friends. It pretty much guaranteed that I will be reading the original trilogy as soon as I find the time. I love the relationship ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~Although I had not read the previous trilogy, the blurb just made me want to read it! I really enjoyed this snippet of family life, in a royal situation, but involving two people who are very grounded in their outlook on life. For a short story, I got a very big story and some delightful new friends. It pretty much guaranteed that I will be reading the original trilogy as soon as I find the time. I love the relationship between Dylan and Lydia - it is a wonderful combination of very sexy, lustful, passionate, loving and also totally children focussed. And those children have bad timing down to a fine art, which is hilarious, and frustrating! They take their responsibilities seriously, yet have lots of fun along the way. Daphne was a total hoot - and I would love to follow her in her new romance. Perfect escapism, thank you Ms Swift.
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  • Bette Hansen
    January 1, 1970
    This is a wonderfully fun, cute read. It's part of a series which I haven't read (YET) but I never felt lost or confused. It's the story of a royal couple married five years with two kids (soon to be three) trying to balance family, royal duties, and their own relationship. Dylan and Lydia are a great couple and the way they handle everything with patience, understanding, love, and a fair amount of humor was fun to read.I will absolutely be going back and reading this series. I really enjoyed th This is a wonderfully fun, cute read. It's part of a series which I haven't read (YET) but I never felt lost or confused. It's the story of a royal couple married five years with two kids (soon to be three) trying to balance family, royal duties, and their own relationship. Dylan and Lydia are a great couple and the way they handle everything with patience, understanding, love, and a fair amount of humor was fun to read.I will absolutely be going back and reading this series. I really enjoyed the author's writing style and I need to know this couples whole story. I highly recommend this quick read.
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  • Avid Reader
    January 1, 1970
    Royal Match (Royal Scandal #3.5) by Parker Swift3 starsM/F RomanceI was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.This is a quick snippet look at the royal couple who are expecting their third kiddo. While her husband is slowing going bald with trying to keep his full time working, active, pregnant wife from going in to labor, she then goes and accepts the queen's decree that she be the matron of honor in an upcoming wedding.It's really just a snap shot in to their lives and how busy Royal Match (Royal Scandal #3.5) by Parker Swift3 starsM/F RomanceI was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.This is a quick snippet look at the royal couple who are expecting their third kiddo. While her husband is slowing going bald with trying to keep his full time working, active, pregnant wife from going in to labor, she then goes and accepts the queen's decree that she be the matron of honor in an upcoming wedding.It's really just a snap shot in to their lives and how busy everything has become. It was cute, but there wasn't a true story. You got to see a little of the royal couple and their chemistry, but I don't think this was what it was about. It was more about their crazy trail to the delivery of their third child.Overall, it was sweet and you wouldn't necessarily have to have read the previous book to understand the protective nature of Dylan or the love they share together.
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  • Cristina
    January 1, 1970
    This was a very quick, lovely read. I didn't realize that it was a series, but honestly you don’t need to read the previous books to understand this one. This is the story of Lydia and Dylan, a happy married, working-full time couple, parents of two kids and waiting for a third. If this wasn’t enough, they are also loyal subjects that don’t know how to say NO to the Queen.Thereby, if you would like to spend an afternoon dreaming about a perfect love, don't lose other time and read this book.A sp This was a very quick, lovely read. I didn't realize that it was a series, but honestly you don’t need to read the previous books to understand this one. This is the story of Lydia and Dylan, a happy married, working-full time couple, parents of two kids and waiting for a third. If this wasn’t enough, they are also loyal subjects that don’t know how to say NO to the Queen.Thereby, if you would like to spend an afternoon dreaming about a perfect love, don't lose other time and read this book.A special thank you to Netgalley for providing the arc
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  • Lisa
    January 1, 1970
    SO CUTE!I've never read the previous books but this novella works as a standalone too, I feel. Dylan and Lydia are so cute together! I love married couple romance because of all the domesticity. Their children are cute too. I'm definitely gonna go back and check out their book now.E-ARC is received thanks to the publisher via Netgalley.
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    January 1, 1970
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  • WycEd Reader
    January 1, 1970
    Check out our Royal Match post on Wicked Reads.Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review TeamAvid Reader – ☆☆☆M/F RomanceThis is a quick snippet look at the royal couple who are expecting their third kiddo.While her husband is slowly going bald with trying to keep his full-time working, active, pregnant wife from going into labor, she then goes and accepts the queen's decree that she be the matron of honor in an upcoming wedding.It's really just a snapshot into their lives and how busy everything h Check out our Royal Match post on Wicked Reads.Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review TeamAvid Reader – ☆☆☆M/F RomanceThis is a quick snippet look at the royal couple who are expecting their third kiddo.While her husband is slowly going bald with trying to keep his full-time working, active, pregnant wife from going into labor, she then goes and accepts the queen's decree that she be the matron of honor in an upcoming wedding.It's really just a snapshot into their lives and how busy everything has become. It was cute, but there wasn't a true story. You got to see a little of the royal couple and their chemistry, but I don't think this was what it was about. It was more about their crazy trail to the delivery of their third child.Overall, it was sweet and you wouldn't necessarily have to have read the previous book to understand the protective nature of Dylan or the love they share together.Ruthie – ☆☆☆Although I had not read the previous trilogy, the blurb just made me want to read it! I really enjoyed this snippet of family life, in a royal situation, but involving two people who are very grounded in their outlook on life. For a short story, I got a very big story and some delightful new friends. It pretty much guaranteed that I will be reading the original trilogy as soon as I find the time.I love the relationship between Dylan and Lydia – it is a wonderful combination of very sexy, lustful, passionate, loving, and also totally children focussed. And those children have bad timing down to a fine art, which is hilarious, and frustrating! They take their responsibilities seriously yet have lots of fun along the way. Daphne was a total hoot – and I would love to follow her in her new romance.Perfect escapism, thank you, Ms. Swift.Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of Royal Match (Royal Scandal #3.5) by Parker Swift to read and review.
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  • Kelsey
    January 1, 1970
    I got this book from Netgalley in return for my honest opinion. I had no idea that this was a part of a series. I literally realized it when I was updating my GR and saw it. But, it was also doable to read it as a stand-alone. There were a few things that would have been better if I'd read the entire series. But that is just my bad.I enjoyed this book. I really did. I have a weak spot for royal romance books and this is even better. The main characters are both Royal, even though one of them was I got this book from Netgalley in return for my honest opinion. I had no idea that this was a part of a series. I literally realized it when I was updating my GR and saw it. But, it was also doable to read it as a stand-alone. There were a few things that would have been better if I'd read the entire series. But that is just my bad.I enjoyed this book. I really did. I have a weak spot for royal romance books and this is even better. The main characters are both Royal, even though one of them wasn't born like that. I love it when books continue with the same characters developing in life. Most books cut off after just one book and continue on with a new pair of characters that were introduced before. So, yay for this book. It was a bit short in my opinion, but that might be because it's book 3.5. Who knows, I've only read this book.Oh, and i'm going to read the other books in this series because I love the characters.
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  • Connie Fischer
    January 1, 1970
    Dylan and Lydia Hale, the Duke and Duchess of Abingdon, are the parents of Eleanor and Aiden and Lydia is due to give birth to their third child very soon now. The family, along with the Dowager Duchess of Abingdon have been vacationing in Canada for a few weeks and now they are headed back to London aboard their private plane.The future Queen of England, Princess Caroline, is Dylan’s ex-fiancee and a close friend to Lydia. Caroline is soon to marry Zach Washington, an American photo journalist. Dylan and Lydia Hale, the Duke and Duchess of Abingdon, are the parents of Eleanor and Aiden and Lydia is due to give birth to their third child very soon now. The family, along with the Dowager Duchess of Abingdon have been vacationing in Canada for a few weeks and now they are headed back to London aboard their private plane.The future Queen of England, Princess Caroline, is Dylan’s ex-fiancee and a close friend to Lydia. Caroline is soon to marry Zach Washington, an American photo journalist. Princess Caroline, along with her grandmother, the Queen, have asked Lydia to be Caroline’s matron of honor at her wedding. The problem is that their wedding day is on Lydia’s due date.As the weeks turn into days with all of the intricate wedding plans, Lydia finds herself caught up in a lot of it and is constantly busy. Dylan is very solicitous of her and worried that she will overdo. Lydia is also nervous that she may go into labor and not be able to participate in the wedding. As the Queen has specifically requested that she be there, disappointing her would be disastrous. The close family life and love that they share is heartwarming. Even though they are a Duke and Duchess with busy lives of their own, they ensure that they spend as much time with their children and each other as possible. We meet their friends as it gets closer to the wedding and experience some of the pomp and expense involved in a wedding like this.I think readers will enjoy this novella and take away some smiles from it.
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  • Kimberly
    January 1, 1970
    Royal Match is the continuation of Lydia and Dylan’s story. They are happily married with two small children and one on the way. Royal Match is a cute and quick honest read about what life is like being parents with small children, while both of you still work and wait for a new baby to be brought into the mix. Add on the demands and commitments that can’t be denied...oh, did I mention they are royalty as well?! This book is a cute afternoon read about the real life problems couples face...even Royal Match is the continuation of Lydia and Dylan’s story. They are happily married with two small children and one on the way. Royal Match is a cute and quick honest read about what life is like being parents with small children, while both of you still work and wait for a new baby to be brought into the mix. Add on the demands and commitments that can’t be denied...oh, did I mention they are royalty as well?! This book is a cute afternoon read about the real life problems couples face...even when they are royalty. Great way to finish off the story of Lydia and Dylan. While it can be read as a standalone, I recommend reading the series!
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  • Isha Coleman
    January 1, 1970
    The city girl who lost her heart to a royal. With royal wedding fever in full force all over the world, it's only fitting that Dylan and Lydia drop in on the fun. The Royal Scandal series has been an addiction for me from the beginning, so it's nice to catch up with old friends. This time around these sexy unconventional royals are about to become parents. Marriage hasn't dulled the spark or the chaos of this engagingly crazy couple. Just when they seem to have figured it all out, more drama ens The city girl who lost her heart to a royal. With royal wedding fever in full force all over the world, it's only fitting that Dylan and Lydia drop in on the fun. The Royal Scandal series has been an addiction for me from the beginning, so it's nice to catch up with old friends. This time around these sexy unconventional royals are about to become parents. Marriage hasn't dulled the spark or the chaos of this engagingly crazy couple. Just when they seem to have figured it all out, more drama ensues. Swift never loses her sense of humor as she continues to speak to the heart. In my opinion Lydia and Dylan put that other royal couple on notice.
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  • Heather andrews
    January 1, 1970
    Dylan often has to reassure his woman, “don’t worry, damsel,” Dylan whispered into my ear as he pulled me closer. “In six short hours we’ll be home, in our own house , without my mother .” I smiled, imagining the privacy that awaited us. “And I intend to take full advantage..." Dylan often times have to reprimand his woman at certain times, “Don’t tease me, baby.” He half fgrowled as he spoke, and he put his hand firmly on my ***. “You know I could take you right here if I wanted.” I liked this Dylan often has to reassure his woman, “don’t worry, damsel,” Dylan whispered into my ear as he pulled me closer. “In six short hours we’ll be home, in our own house , without my mother .” I smiled, imagining the privacy that awaited us. “And I intend to take full advantage..." Dylan often times have to reprimand his woman at certain times, “Don’t tease me, baby.” He half fgrowled as he spoke, and he put his hand firmly on my ***. “You know I could take you right here if I wanted.” I liked this novella I loved seeing Dylan and Lydia again and how their life was going.
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  • Jessica Zelkovich
    January 1, 1970
    A light-hearted look at relationships in the royal bloodline. A bit to flat for me in character development and rising action was lackluster. Intrigued only because of all the fandom surrounding the royals in reality. Not my style of a good read but if you are looking for a super light read and love royal rules and expectations, this might be the book for you. A copy was provided by Netgalley
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  • Marlene Brown
    January 1, 1970
    I had not read any of this authors books before and I had not realized that this was a continuation in the series. Even though I did not see read the previous books I was able to get up to speed pretty quickly and added the authors previous works to my wish list. Very cute couple, lots of laughter, love and hot times. Also liked the sneak peak in the world of the Royals.
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  • Zetti
    January 1, 1970
    This book is a part of a series which I have loved reading, you don’t have to have read the series in order to read this book though. This is a short story about Dylan and Lydia awaiting another addition to their family and a wedding on the same day that she is due to give birth.Drama ensues, but this book is really a light and fun read because it shows their love and devotion to each other which I loved. I’m hoping that we do get a Daphne and Nick book too because that sounds like it would be s This book is a part of a series which I have loved reading, you don’t have to have read the series in order to read this book though. This is a short story about Dylan and Lydia awaiting another addition to their family and a wedding on the same day that she is due to give birth.Drama ensues, but this book is really a light and fun read because it shows their love and devotion to each other which I loved. I’m hoping that we do get a Daphne and Nick book too because that sounds like it would be so incredibly hot. For fans of Parker Swift, I think you’ll love this read.
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  • Marsi Darcy
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 starsThis book was delightful! It's a very quick read. Even though the novella comes at the end of the series I didn't feel lost at all and quickly connected with the characters. I will definitely be reading the rest of the books. As an FYI, the book has some very steamy moments.Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for the copy.
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  • Lori
    January 1, 1970
    I received an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. It was a cute, quick read that made me want to check out the previous books in the series. I am also curious to see if a story will come out about Daphne and Nick’s relationship.
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  • Debra Oliva
    January 1, 1970
    An enjoyable read about a happily married, hard-working pregnant couple who just happen to be nobility and who are chosen by the queen to be part of a royal wedding.A delightful read for a quick romantic break.Thanks to NetGalley and Grand Central Publishing for sending me an ARC.
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  • Meaghan
    January 1, 1970
    This is more like an extended epilogue than a stand-alone, but I still enjoyed it. I enjoyed the Royal Scandal series immensely.
  • Francoise
    January 1, 1970
    review to come
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