We know superheroes have secret identities. They have to so that people don't know who they are and target their loved ones. But do other people have secret identities?
I read that Chelsea Clinton ran the NY City marathon under an alias so that no one would know. We used to have secret shoppers who would come into our store in order to rate us on our performance.
Kristine Lynn's latest book, AN HEIR FOR THE SECRET PRINCE has a prince of a guy pretending to be someone else. It's a sexy challenge for our heroine to find out who he really is and why he hides behind the masquerade.
Okay, who invited the journalist?
Philip, advisor to the Prince of Aldonia, is livid when he discovers someone invited a nosy reporter to the palace to write a salacious story about the royal family. The problem is, the more she digs into their pasts, the more she will find out about him--and his private life is none of her damn business. Which is why no one is more shocked than him when, on a whim, he asks her to stay on as his guest.
Aurelia is only certain of two things when she meets Philip on assignment in Aldonia: he’s hot as melted sin on a cracker and he’s hiding something. Too bad he’s NOT the story she’s there for. However, that won’t stop her from finding out just why he’s so reclusive—and tempting.
However, when their growing attraction takes an unexpected turn, Philip may be forced to share his darkest secrets with Aurelia—secrets that will change her life. Will their new relationship be strong enough to overcome the adversity these revelations bring?
Discover the breathtaking country of Aldonia as you root for Philip and Aurelia’s love story! For more of the Aldonian royal world (and the next installment of the Aldonia Royals series), check out A Bride for the Aldonian King.
This amazing tale, AN HEIR FOR THE SECRET PRINCE is up for PREORDER now. The book drops in ebook and print on December 14th, just in time for Christmas!
About the Author:
Kristine Lynn is the author of the Treasure Valley and Secret Prince romance series, as well as the linked collection of short stories, Shrapnel. When she’s not writing, she’s teaching college students in Arizona and enjoying the Southwest with her husband, daughter, puppy, and three-quarters of a desert tortoise. To connect with Kristine (who also writes under Kama O’Connor), you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow her on social media.
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