Royal Pains

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Royal Pains

Royal Pains Es gibt nichts sch neres als dich There is nothing beautiful than you Geeky wallflower Penelope Waters hadn t signed up for falling in love with royalty A new medical school student all she d ever wa

  • Title: Royal Pains
  • Author: Magnolia Robbins
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 302
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Es gibt nichts sch neres als dich There is nothing beautiful than you Geeky wallflower Penelope Waters hadn t signed up for falling in love with royalty A new medical school student, all she d ever wanted was to be a doctor When Penny unknowingly meets a young Liechtenstein princess, she finds herself falling hard for than just her German accent.C Es gibt nichts sch neres als dich There is nothing beautiful than you.Geeky wallflower Penelope Waters hadn t signed up for falling in love with royalty A new medical school student, all she d ever wanted was to be a doctor When Penny unknowingly meets a young Liechtenstein princess, she finds herself falling hard for than just her German accent.Charming and beautiful Astrid Vogt was well known in the small country of Liechtenstein Pressured by her parents to pursue their hopes of her marriage to a Prince, Astrid flees to America with a dream of medicine in mind When she starts to fall for Penelope, their instant attraction proves to be an additional complication to her already crazy life Unable to reveal her true identity, Astrid finds herself trapped between her duty to her country and her newfound feelings for Penny.Will Astrid tell Penny who she truly is Or will she let her past come between them A steamy lesbian romance novella with an HEA ending you re sure to love

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      Published :2018-08-27T01:20:13+00:00

    One thought on “Royal Pains

    1. Starsandsun on said:

      Cute and light quick read. Both Astrid and Penny are likable. I think almost all the secondary characters are likable too. Goodness! nice chemistry. I think Astrid is the most down to earth royal I've ever read. :))If you're looking for a quick read I recommend this especially if you like Royal themes.

    2. Kurt on said:

      I don't know the target audience of this book. Probably someone who insists on problem-free relationships and has read technical manuals all day and needs to bring it down. There are no real problems for the two main characters, Penny and Astrid, just go, go, go. There is sex in the story (tame), just so you know. The story is written "See Jane run" kind of simple and the whole thing is just so "nice" I don't want to write a real critique of the book.

    3. Liralen on said:

      Mm. I'm all for fluff, butI prefer it to be good fluff Not to be harsh about it, but I'm pretty sure Robbins has the shakiest grasp of tenses I've ever seen in print, and the world-building is only marginally better. Let's take a rapid-fire whirl through the book, shall we?Tenses/Grammar:Where there was once a collection of band t-shirts and well-loved jeans, now contained a few sets of blouses from which I pick through at rapid speed. (loc. 19)I rush to the bathroom to find that my short blonde [...]

    4. VioletMarshall on said:

      A Sweet book the writing was good. The plot was entertaining and it was steady throughout the book. I found the story and characters likeable. The characters were well developed and thought out. Penelope Waters and Astrid Vogt are the MC’s of this book. There was humor, medical school, a cat and dog, a rainstorm, secrets, royalty, an aunt and cousin, a penthouse and so much more in this book. This is the second F/F book that I have read and I totally enjoyed it.Here is a quote from the book, [...]

    5. Anky Singh on said:

      First of all, thanks to the author for providing me with an ARC of this beautiful novella!I'd known all about 'killing 'em with kindness' but this book kills you with cuteness!To be absolutely frank, right now all I want to do is hug the author tightly and thank her for writing such cute novellas!In a world where cold, intimidating CEOs are dominating the stories, sweet and kind characters like Penelope and Astrid are much needed!I had so much fun reading their story and the happy ending left me [...]

    6. Becky Baldridge on said:

      Beautifully written, Royal Pains is such a sweet romance. I was a bit thrown off by all the German and medical speak in the story and I have to say, Penny took the news of Astrid's lie by omission much better than I probably would have, but it was a good story nonetheless. These ladies are quite good together and their love story is a compelling read.

    7. Zingari on said:

      Short and sweet. Nothing truly surprising happens, and it's straight forward like others have mentioned.

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