Caitlin is an ordinary American girl, living a life she hopes will one day be extraordinary. Little does she know that she’s about to meet the most extraordinary person of all …
Prince David is enjoying his years of freedom while his father, King James, reigns and his older sister, Alexandra, performs her duties as heir to the throne. Temporarily relocated to Manhattan, David spends his time dating a succession of attractive young women, none of whom are suitable to be his wife.
But soon the day will come when the Prince has to settle on a purpose, and find a woman who can help him fulfil it. David has no idea where he’ll find her—he only knows that he must.
When Caitlin and David meet by chance, their attraction to each other is obvious. But royal life is not as glamorous as it seems, and Caitlin will have to decide what she values more: her love or control over her own destiny.
The Prince may lose his princess before he even knows he has her …
About the Author:
S.A.Gordon is the author of Open Season and Paris Match, two novels about tennis players, their rivalries and entanglements. This may or may not have prepared Gordon to write about the politicians and journalists in Hung Parliament. She has a husband who never reads her manuscripts and gets her inspiration from, well, that would be telling. S.A. Gordon now lives in Sydney and always looks forward to election days.