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The Crown Prince’s Bride (Royal Duology 2) by Donna Alwood Review

Hi ForeverBookers, 

I’ve just finished another great book, The Crown Prince’s Bride by Donna Alwood! It’s a contemporary, Royal romance but has grief attached to the story as well. The Crown Prince’s Bride is actually the second book in a duology. I didn’t realise this to begin with (I really wish NetGalley would tell us what number in a series/duology each book is) but meh, I still enjoyed the book for what it was. However, I don’t believe the novel was finished, and it’s labelled as a duology on Goodreads, so it’s sad that we won’t get to see these characters again. There could be another novel with these characters, I believe. 

Thanks to NetGalley for giving me the opportunity to read this. I enjoyed it! 

The Crown Prince’s Bride focuses on the relationship between Stephani, a part Greek woman, who is the advisor to The Crown Prince Of Marazur, France. Right at the beginning of the novel, we know that Stephani has more than feelings for Prince Raoul. The novel is about Steph and Raoul…
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