He'll make her beg... Sparks fly when Cora meets the infamous Bastard Prince of Ismallia during a wedding celebration at Shalan Palace. Akeen is darkly handsome and cocky as hell, but her body hums at his mere presence and it's not long before she throws caution to the wind and agrees to spend the night in his royal chambers. But she insists it's only for one night. Akeen disagrees. He wants to claim her over and over again. One night simply won't do. He wants to keep her forever. The spirited American sunflower will belong to him--and soon. He plans to not only make her his wife, but to own her, tame her, and command her obedience. The pretty blonde proves a challenge, but he's not easily deterred. As the powerful and feared Bastard Prince of Ismallia, he always gets what he wants. But when Cora is suspected in a plot against the king, Akeen has no choice but to arrest her and hold her captive in the dungeon. Deep in the depths of the palace, he will personally interrogate her. And if she's telling the truth about her innocence? He still plans to keep her. Publisher's Note: Claimed by the Bastard Prince was first published in the Royally Mine box set. This re-released edition includes several new scenes for your reading pleasure.
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Yamraj Number 5003 is the story of one of the thousands of cloned Yamrajs in Mrityuloka. The Yamrajs are supposed to carry out their duties like robots, but by some fluke one Yamraj-code-named #5003-has a 'manufacturing defect' by which he can think and feel, making him 'different'. He begins to question the status quo, shaking the very foundation of the power structure in Devlok, making the divine trinity-Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwar-jittery. What happens when they decide to take action against the erring Yamraj? Woven with humour, this multilayered novel will move the readers as well as entertain them. Originally published in Odia and translated into Assamese, this hugely popular novel is being published in English for the first time
She has a dragon, and she’s not afraid to use it. Nellie Dreessen is a kitchen maid in the palace of Regent Bernard of Saardam. She has worked for two kings and two regents, has seen two royal families murdered through magic, has seen ghosts and demons, and kept her head down like a good girl. On her fiftieth birthday, she receives her late father’s diary, which describes a magical item that is so evil, it needs to be kept in the church crypt: a box that contains dragon. Problem is, someone has stolen the box. Regent Bernard holds a banquet for his eldest son’s sixteenth birthday. Distinguished guests come from far and wide. Because she knows what the box looks like, Nellie discovers it in a nobleman's luggage. Removing the box from a thief’s room is not stealing, right? Not if you intend to return it to the rightful owner: the church. But someone poisons the nobleman, and everyone in the kitchen is a suspect. Nellie's friend in the church advises Nellie to flee with the dragon box. The Regent is on a mission to stamp out magic, and Nellie plans to do what she does best: keep her head down and hide. Problem is, the dragon has other ideas. A dark epic fantasy with an older female protagonist. This book will appeal to readers of Robin Hobb, Mark Lawrence and Brendan Sanderson.
Reyes O'Bannon lives a fairly quiet life, despite his role as the King's secretary. His days are filled with appointments, paperwork, and avoiding the romantic attentions of Kinnaird, the Duke of Keyes; attentions that become harder to ignore with each passing day... Then the Kingdom is attacked, and the nature and location of the attacks make it painfully clear there is a traitor in their midst. The attacks are further compounded by the sudden arrival of a man who claims to have a legitimate claim on the throne, a bastard prince who knows things from the King's past that no one else could know. As the problems increase, both within the palace and across the Kingdom, Reyes can only watch as Kinnaird is sent out to unravel the mystery and the King begins to fall apart.
A young king manipulated by evil hands becomes a champion of justice when a magical pretender to the throne challenges his sovereignty For six years, forces of evil and repression have ruled medieval Gwynedd after eliminating two rightful kings of the Haldane line. Keeping the current young liege, King Rhys Michael, weak with wine, the council of regents and its fanatical allies in the church have been virtually unstoppable in their quest to dominate and destroy the mystical Deryni who share their land. But now a credible threat has arisen: A Deryni claimant to the throne has taken up arms against the cruel oppressors of his magical race. With a mighty army at his command, Prince Marek—the bastard son of King Imre, Gwynedd’s last Deryni ruler—has challenged the Haldane reign, and Rhys Michael’s masters realize the young king must be roused from his stupor to confront the interloper. However, the young Haldane monarch is not the malleable, drunken puppet the regents imagine—and when his long-dormant arcane powers are awakened, Rhys Michael will put his own clandestine plans in motion to right the wrongs of recent history no matter what the cost. The fourth trilogy in Katherine Kurtz’s magnificent chronicles of the Deryni concludes with awesome power in this stirring tale of war, faith, magic, and justice. Populated by a large cast of unforgettable characters, the thrilling history of an alternate medieval world unfolds in all its epic splendor and tragedy, strongly reaffirming Kurtz’s well-deserved place among the finest storytellers and world-builders in all of fantasy fiction.
|Book Title||: Bastard Prince Royal Romance New Adult Contemporary Romance Cheeky Royal Cheeky King romantic suspense roommates to lovers enemies to lovers|
|Author||: Nana Malone|
|Publisher||: Sankofa Girl|
|Release Date||: 2018-09-04|
|Available Language||: English, Spanish, And French|
From USA Today Bestselling author, Nana Malone, comes a deliciously royal, roommates to lovers romance. Lucas... I'll never stop fighting for her...no matter the stakes. A year ago I found out I was a long lost prince. But with one lie, that’s all been undone. But prince or pauper, I’m not going to stop fighting for Bryna. She may be the only thing I can count on right now. Bryna… I never meant to get in so deep with my royal roommate—but in my defense I didn't know. If anyone else finds out his royal status, my mother will meddle faster than you can say gold digger. More importantly, Lucas’s life could be in danger. Because, I’m not the only one with secrets. And there’s a lot more at stake than heartbreak. (This is Book 2 in the Royals Undone Duet. You must read Royal Bastard first.) Other books in this delicious Royal World: Cheeky Prince Cheeky Royal Cheeky King
Even the High Merlin Kevin, and her husband, Prince Laurance have pleaded with Gwyndalin to reveal her secret, yet she declines fearing for Gallagher's safety. Will there come a time she will feel free to reveal her life's secret?
It took Henry VIII 28 years, three wives, and a break with Rome before he secured a legitimate male heir. Yet he already had the illegitimate Henry Fitzroy. Fitzroy was born in 1519 after the King's affair with Elizabeth Blount. He was the only illegitimate offspring ever acknowledged by Henry VIII, and Cardinal Wolsey was even one of his Godparents. So just how close did he come to being Henry IX?
This is my first book, written while I was deployed on the USS Carl Vinson. Apologies for any typos or mistakes made in my story.This book was written in perhaps a strange format. The story is told from the point of view of the main character, Tomas Mystria, later in life dubbed the Bastard Prince by his enemies. There are parts where details are intentionally left out because the character is supposed to have forgotten the details. Once again, this is intentional. From one of my friends that I had read the book ahead of release he questioned why the 'aunt' was never named, this was one of the forgotten details. After nearly fifty years the character has forgotten her name, her face, nearly every detail about her. Perhaps if enough people want to know I could come up with an idea for a name, but I do not think it is that important:A prince. A general. A king. A traitor. A villain. A bastard. An illegitimate child; often looked down upon for the sins of their parents, but can one rise above stigma that clings to them from their birth? My tale begins with my parents, a simple servant in a castle and a beloved king. I would never say that they were in love, but then I never met my mother, she had died giving birth to me. However, my father was a great king, a brilliant general and political leader, keeping the nobles in line while keeping the commoners happy, expanding our borders greatly since he was crowned after his father's early death. And still he was not content to follow an agreement with his sole wife, the bane of my youth. A beautiful but harsh woman who knew the truth about who and what I was. Oft times I would hide with my younger sibling to avoid her wrath when we got into trouble with the servants or the guards. I miss those days of my youth, decades gone now as I record this tale, maybe to defend my actions, or maybe to let others know the truth of the one known as the Bastard Prince.
Based on a true story, The Prince is a “complex, informed, and intelligent saga” (Kirkus Reviews) about the web of love, betrayal, and murder that forged the most powerful criminal organization in history—the Mafia. In this remarkable novel, author Vito Bruschini brilliantly evokes the charismatic figure of Prince Ferdinando Licata, a wealthy Sicilian landowner who uses his personal power and charm to placate Sicilian peasants and fight off Mussolini’s fascists. As tensions rise in Italy during the 1930s, with increasingly violent consequences, Licata attracts many friends and even more enemies. Eventually implicated in a grisly murder, the prince flees to America, where he ends up navigating a turf war between Irish and Italian gangs of the Lower East Side. Violence explodes in unexpected ways as Licata gains dominance over New York, with the help of a loyal townsman with blood ties to the prince who is forced to abandon his fiancée in Sicily. The two men return to their native land at the height of World War II in an outrageously bold maneuver engineered by Licata and mobster Lucky Luciano. Both the prince and his kinsman assist US naval intelligence during the invasion of Sicily and, once they are back on their native soil, they proceed to settle unfinished business with their enemies and unravel old secrets in a stunning and sinister finale. Through a spellbinding story and unforgettable characters, Bruschini depicts in visceral detail the dark intertwining roots of loyalty and betrayal, poverty and privilege, secrets and revelations that contributed to the rise of the Mafia in Sicily and America.