A Standalone Royal Romance from the NYT bestselling author of The Swedish Prince, The Pact, Bad at Love and Sins & Needles.He's the wickedly charming Crown Prince of Norway.She's a forgotten Princess, looking for a future.When a scandal gets the Prince in hot water, the only way out is for the two of them to marry.But what happens when a marriage of convenience starts to feel more real than any of them bargained for?
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Catherine Coulter introduces the dashing Carrington brothers with the story of Rohan, a man with a rakish reputation but a heart of pure gold...
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