REVIEW: Alyssa J Montgomery’s ‘The Irredeemable Prince’
The Irredeemable Prince
Alyssa J Montgomery
The ultimate royal bad boy is about to meet his match…
If one ever needs to find Prince Devereaux of Santaliana, one needs only look for the nearest newspaper: His Royal Highness is sure to be splashed across the scandal pages…
But enough is enough, and Prince Devereaux’s formidable brother King Gabriel is stepping in. No more night clubs, no more drinking, absolutely no more one-night-stands with up-and-coming models. Devereaux will step into his responsibilities, or he will be cut off.
For his own reasons, Devereaux submits to the stipulations that his brother sets out, even as he chafes at the restrictions. But the recalcitrant prince is about to find out that self-improvement can be surprisingly seductive.
AusRom Today Review:
This is the second novel in Alyssa J. Montgomery’s Royal Affairs series and I thought it would be difficult to surpass book one, The Defiant Princess, (which I loved!) but I was wrong.
The Irredeemable Prince is a brilliant read, incorporating all that book one offered—well-paced storytelling, sensual romance, and passionate characters—all while adding an extra layer of suspense, deeper characterisation than book one, and a surprise or two for good measure.
I highly recommend The Irredeemable Prince and similarly the whole of Montgomery’s back-catalogue.
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