Because I had turned into a walking, talking illustration of Murphy’s Law. Everything that could go wrong, did. The way Chloe summarises her life is as follows. The murder attempt on the prince of Latovia, however, would change all of that one morning as she hurried across a busy downtown street to get to work on time. You’d think Chloe would be drawn to the handsome, affluent, and royal prince right away.
Nico, the prince’s bodyguard, was actually Chloe’s hero, despite the fact that Chloe had been hailed as a hero. After she unluckily came into contact with a bullet, he saved her, and she couldn’t help but be physically and emotionally drawn to him. Despite the fact that Chloe is viewed as a hero by everyone, she hasn’t exactly told Nico or anyone else the whole truth. She will have to face with the consequences later, but now is her chance to provide her sister and father a better life.
The foundation of her relationship with Nico is that one incident on a busy NYC street, and if the truth comes out, she could lose everything that has changed her life for the better, including Nico. I adored “A Royal Pain” to pieces. The premise, the characters, and the comic relief all worked together flawlessly to create a fantastic story. Particularly in the case of the comic passages, the writing’s details were flawless.
It was really helpful for me to understand the humour in those situations because I could picture the events as they were happening. I adored how quickly Chloe and Nico began to bond. There was no resistance or stubbornness on either side; rather, the reader immediately sensed a natural connection between the two. Again, I want to give credit to the author for being able to vividly convey in her writing the desire and feeling that Chloe and Nico had while they were together.
The bonds between Chloe, her sister, and Georgie were really wonderful to me. Even though Georgie was a teenager, she genuinely loved and appreciated her sister, and Chloe was always there for her sister. It’s impossible not to love Georgie because she embodies the kind of unfiltered, unafraid character that every good book requires. Finally, I admired how naturally Alex blended into the scene. Despite being a prince, he was incredibly humble and compassionate. This was the ideal rom-com in my opinion, and my only regret is that it ended too quickly!
About The Book
Impoverished socialite Chloe Burke’s life had hit rock bottom when she accidentally saves a visiting prince from an assassination attempt. Getting shot in the bum turns out to be the best thing to happen to her in a long time, especially when the prince’s very handsome, very sexy bodyguard, Nicolai, comes to her aid.
Chloe feels something for Nico from the start, but she has a terrible secret. She isn’t the heroine everyone thinks she is, and, if the truth comes out, she’ll lose more than just Nico. She’ll lose everything.
A Royal Pain
Author Abigail Drake’s heroines tend to be a little bit klutzy, a little bit breezy, and a joy to meet. Chloe Burke is the newest in this first book of the Park Avenue Princesses series. Poor Chloe is a socialite fallen on hard times, and her life seems pretty much miserable with no signs of getting better. When she breaks a shoe, falls over a stranger on the street, and spills her boss’s coffee, she isn’t even surprised. Oh, but why does her butt hurt so badly when she didn’t even land on it, and who is the surly yet attractive guy giving her orders? The plot thickens rapidly, and readers are carried into Chloe’s confusing but fascinating life as it starts to change – not necessarily for the better. This is a twisting, turning, surprising book that will keep you enthralled and leave you wishing for more pages.
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