Book Review

‘How to Plan a Wedding for a Royal Spy’ by Vanessa Kelly

htpawfars vkSTORY: Whether as spies or lovers, the Renegade Royals—illegitimate sons of England’s Royal Princes—are bold, skillful, and a force to be reckoned with…

A war hero returned from Waterloo should be able to indulge in a bit of bad behavior. Instead, Captain William Endicott is summoned by his father, the Duke of York, to investigate an assassination plot. The unlikely suspect: William’s former sweetheart. Will can’t believe that innocent Evie Whitney could be mixed up in anything so nefarious. Then again, almost everything about Evie has changed—except for his body’s instinctive response to hers…

Just as Evie’s life is finally coming together, Will saunters back into it. Should she slap him—or seduce him? Even as she tries to decide, scandal pushes her toward marriage with a man she can neither trust nor resist—and into the heart of a deadly conspiracy…

REVIEW: This is the third story in The Renegade Royals series and it’s the second chance at love story between our hero and heroine.

I’ve noticed that this story was substantially slower than the previous two and it’s something that I didn’t care for much. That said, the plot and characters have definitely lifted this story up even though that the conspiracy and intrigue took precedent over the romance, I still found it romantic.

All the stories in this series are written as stand alone, but for your best understanding of these renegades, men that have been fathered by Royalty but never acknowledged and left to find their own way, I do recommend you read them in order.

Melanie for b2b

Gift ARC provided by the publisher

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