Trailer Ø Crown Prince, Pregnant Bride! (Lost Princes of Ambria #3) PDF by ↠´ Raye Morgan

Trailer Ø Crown Prince, Pregnant Bride! (Lost Princes of Ambria #3) PDF by ↠´ Raye Morgan Miniseries The Lost Princes of Ambria Monte DeAngelis Has Returned To Ambria To Claim His Throneand The One Woman Who Is Forbidden To HimNow Promised Against Her Will To Monte S Enemy, Innocent Pellea Has Never Forgotten Her Time In Monte S Arms And Unbenownst To Her Family, She S Pregnant With His Baby Monte Has Always Believed That Love Has No Place In His World, But Pellea S Courage And Passion Are Irresistible Could It Be That This Once Coldhearted Prince Has Found His True Destiny As A Husband And Father Miniseries The Lost Princes of Ambria I expected

Like the first book of this series Secret Prince, Instant Daddy , this book felt lacking I can t totally put my finger on it, but the plot seems too overarching and is never totally dealt with The ending, like the first one seems to fall quickly and is wrapped up without total satisfaction I ve read other mini series and often, they make mention of other characters from previous books in them Olivia Gates Pride Of Zohayd series for example , but not this one I think a little continuity would help helped flesh the plot out They re too isolated, the plots, whereas opening them up a bitwould help I hope the rest of the books in this series let us know if Monte ever does regain his throne and becomes ruler of Ambria But if all they are are snapshots with no real resolution in regar This is the third book in the Lost Princes of Ambria.
Monte DeAngelis has returned to Ambria he is the oldest of the 5 missing princes and when the kingdom is returned to him and his brothers, he will be the King.
He loves Pellea who is now betrothed to his enemy, Leonardo, who is in line to reign over Ambria Pellea doesn t have a choice in the matter, she needs to marry before anyone finds out she is pregnant Will Monte make her realize that he loves her or will Pellea actually go through the marriage to terrible Leonardo This story is a bitexciting and intense then the first two It is a quick and easy read and will take you into the story as you read it.

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