Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Royal Target

Royal Target (Royal #1)
By Traci Hunter Abramson
Covenant Communication, 2008. 257 pages, Romance

When CIA agent Janessa Rogers meets the royal family of Meridia on assignment, she expects to use her skills in linguistics and security detail to protect and serve, but she doesn't expect to find herself engaged to Prince Garrett Fortier, Meridia's most eligible bachelor, as part of the security plan. And she certainly doesn't expect to fall in love with him.

Traci blends the perfect cloak and dagger story that keeps you guessing with a sweet and clean romance that leaves you feeling warm and cozy. It is a great blend of royalty and espionage and I was hooked from the very beginning. The story moved at a great pace and there were small pieces of the puzzle along the way that kept me engaged. For anyone who is interested in action as well as romance this is for you.

The audio for this book is amazing. Taking place in a small country near France and Italy means a lot of foreign accents. The narrator, Kimberly Christenson, does a wonderful job of capturing the different accents that many of the characters have which brought them to life even more and made reading the book even more enjoyable.


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