Book Review: Royal Brides by Traci Hunter Abramson

royal-bridesTitle: Royal Brides
Author: Traci Hunter Abramson
Series: Royal
Publisher: Covenant Comunications
Release Date: Apr 1, 2016
Book Summary:

In this eagerly anticipated companion novel to Royal Target and Royal Secrets, readers are invited back to the shimmering Mediterranean paradise of Meridia, where two royal weddings in a year are more than stressful—they’re deadly . . .

Lovely Meridian native Noelle Saldera yearns for adventure, but as the daughter of palace servants, working at Prince Stefano’s royal wedding may be as exciting as her life will get. But her options change drastically when she finds herself in the unlikely position of diffusing a bomb at the ceremony and being enlisted as the newest member of Meridian Intelligence—another wedding is in the works, and there can be no more close calls when Prince Stefano’s brother, Garrett, walks down the aisle.

The bombing attempt at the first royal wedding leaves few clues as to the assailant’s identity. Desperate for answers, Meridian officials enlist CIA agent Jeremy Rogers to prevent a repeat occurrence at the upcoming nuptials. The beauty of the plan: the bride is Jeremy’s sister, so his cover is foolproof. What no one could anticipate is the instant connection between Jeremy and Noelle. Now, with their hearts on the line, the pair must work together to stop a seemingly unstoppable enemy before time runs out.

Cheryls review

So fun to read the the 3rd book in this series! I love the characters and the beautiful setting. It was fun to be reunited with characters from the previous two books. I also enjoyed the new characters introduced in this story. When imaging what it would be like to live in a castle and what that life might be like, security is not the side of that life that I often dwell on. All the things that happen behind the scenes are interesting to explore in these books. Abramson’s experience in the CIA brings these plots to life in a very real way. The personal sacrifices that individuals make to serve in the CIA are remarkable.

4 stars

Rating: 4 stars – Great Book!

Content:Clean, some violence, not terribly graphic

Source: ebook for review from publisher

This book can be purchased at Amazon.