by Anna Dynowski
Prince Stefano, Crown Prince of Mondoverde, never shirks the responsibilities attached to his privileged position. Born to reign and trained from birth, he accepts his life is not his own and does not complain about his duties to the House of Graziani, at least, not publically. But now he must
wed and produce the next heir to the throne. Can he find a woman who is willing to take him on, embrace the public life of a princess, and produce the required heir?
Newspaper reporter Sofia Burska is big-time ticked off with her editor. She asks to cover real, gritty, soul-stirring news events. He sends her to some never-before-heard-of principality
somewhere on the Adriatic Sea to cover some never-beforeheard-of prince at some boring high society shindig. She so does not care for celebrity gossip, designer clothes, or expensive
champagne. But the prince is real easy on the eyes. And the heart. Too easy. She will have to evade her growing feelings for him. After all, she’s not princess material.