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Royally Mine is a sexy collection of bad boy romances featuring HOT royal heroes, brought to you by twenty-two New York Times, USA Today, and international bestselling authors. This deliciously naughty bundle of ALL-NEW standalone novellas stars panty-scorching kings, princes, and dukes who are used to being in command. Charge up your e-reader, clear your schedule, and put on your best tiara, because these royal bad boys are ready to conquer your heart while making you blush oh so hard.
Featured authors: Susan Stoker, Annabel Joseph, Katy Regnery, Nikki Sloane, Renee Rose, Molly O’Keefe, Alta Hensley, Nora Flite, Natasha Knight, Sue Lyndon, Jenika Snow, Maggie Ryan, Celeste Jones, Lee Savino, Livia Grant, Alexis Alvarez, Rayanna James, Ava Sinclair, Addison Cain, Jennifer Bene, Becca Jameson, Mikey Lee
Publisher’s Note: The stories included in this smoking hot box set are MF and MFM pairings. Some contain kink. All will leave you breathlessly panting for more.
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ONE NIGHT BY KL KREIG
GAH!! I wish this was a full-length novel! It was a great novella, their story was complete, but I feel like there was so much more to explore beneath the surface. The hints we had at the depths of Saine and Bennett left me wanting so much more.
I have a love/hate relationship with novellas, especially stand-alone novellas. I always appreciate a story I can read in less time than it takes to get ready in the morning, but I am also usually left wanting. Novellas aren’t designed for in depth exploration of all of the things that make up each character and their relationship and that is fine. I have come to an understanding with myself to consider novellas more like really long synopses than anything else. I almost always find myself hoping that the author will either write more in the world that the novellas are based in or use the novella as the bones for a more fleshed out story of the characters included. That is exactly how I felt about One Night. My experience with this book was oddly reminiscent of Saine and Bennett’s feelings after the night they shared in the prologue. I can only hope that the end of my love affair with this book ends as pleasantly as theirs did and I get more of them.
Though I felt there was so much more to know about Saine and Bennett I deeply appreciated their relationship. It was completely obvious, from the time we did get to spend with them, they cared deeply for one another. Ms. Kreig was also able to make me want to know more about the secondary characters in the brief pages of this novella. So, this will serve as my desperate plea to her to PLEASE give us more of this world. I need to know so much more about everything we found out in One Night!