This time, it’s all about Allan… and he never expected to fall in love!
Banished by the
Royal Family, pampered Prince Allan is forced to abandon his life of luxury. The
former Royal Shipmaster General is sent to the worst part of the kingdom and
manages to find work at the docks. Lost in a commoner’s world, Allan is
miserable—until he has an unusual encounter with a saucy shop girl named
Allan must earn the respect of the woman he loves while keeping his true
identity a secret. In an effort to redeem himself in his father’s eyes, he
exposes a dangerous smuggling operation involving the Royal Fleet. But his
loyalty to duty comes with a deadly price.
Can he keep
Claudette and his royal title? Or will he lose her forever when she
discovers his secret?
Reviews for A
Most Unfortunate Prince
“5 Coffee Cups! I found myself glued to the pages, unable to stop reading. All I can say now is WOW! A
Most Unfortunate Prince is a real page-turner! There is non-stop action and mayhem from the very first page. The characters are spirited and so realistic that you find yourself relating to them very easily. The love scenes are highly erotic, but tender and emotion-filled as well. This is one book that I have no problem giving my highest rating, and I highly recommend it to everyone!” - Regina, Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance
“Kelli A. Wilkins finishes her trilogy of books, which started with A Most Unusual Princess and A
Most Intriguing Temptation, with a bang. A
Most Unfortunate Prince is a riveting tale, and it is a must read for anyone who enjoys Fantasy Romance. It is stuffed full of action, love, excitement, sedition, and scurvy characters that are set to make our prince’s life miserable in the extreme if he lets them. Skillful crafting allows the reader to slip under the spell of Allan and live his every ache, pain, and triumph. A
Most Unfortunate Princeis a real must read, and if you haven’t read the others, get A Most Unusual Princess and A
Most Intriguing Temptation, too. Kelli has definitely written a trio of must buys!!” - Rose, Reviewer, Romance at Heart
“4.5 Nymphs! What a story Kelli A. Wilkins has written with A
Most Unfortunate Prince! So much mystery surrounding Allan… The twists and turns throughout the book will keep you reading to make sure everyone involved survives their adventures. These characters came to life for me and I was fascinated by Allan’s persistence to survive everything that happens to him… With all the other surprises in the book, you will not be bored reading this one and it is definitely not one to put down for long!” - Goddess Minx, Literary Nymphs Reviews Only
An Excerpt from A
Most Unfortunate Prince
Why did he feel so nervous? Was it because he was out on a date with Claudette? All through dinner, he’d felt like a fourteen-year-old boy that was left alone with a girl for the first time. That’s how Claudette made him feel—excited and alive. But he had no money, no riches, and no titles to impress her with. He just had himself. Would it be enough?
“Did you forget something?” he asked as Claudette walked behind the counter.
“Yes, these.” She held up a pair of gray wool gloves. “These are for you. They’ll keep your hands warm. You can’t wear your work gloves all the time. They’re not lined, and your hands will freeze. These are thick and--”
The next thing he knew, Claudette wrapped her arms around his neck and kissed him. He dropped the gloves as she entwined her hot tongue with his. What brought this on? He was helpless to resist her ardent kisses, so he gave in. What else could he do but kiss her back?
After a few minutes, she broke the kiss and looked up at him. “You’re not angry with me, are you?”
“No, absolutely not. Just shocked. I didn’t-”
His words were silenced as she kissed him again and pushed him back against the counter.
“I have more kisses for you. If you’d like.” She unbuttoned his coat, stroked his chest, and then slid her hands lower.
“Shh, don’t talk. Hold still and let me.”
“Let you do what?”
“I’m giving you what you wanted,” she whispered as she unbuttoned his breeches.
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