His Forbidden Princess is the fourth and final book in the Royal Holiday series, and I have to say, it ends the series with a bang. I loved Ian and Sophie together and their story is filled with uncertainty. What would you do if the girl you fell in love with, but whose heart you broke, needed your protection? Ian made sure that he was the one to protect Sophie, even if it meant risking his heart again in the process. Both characters were strong and despite all that life had thrown at them, they still loved one another. Ian was humble enough to make Sophie thing her dad asked Ian to guard her, when in reality he asked to be the one to protect her. I don't think there could have been a better ending to this series. My one note about this series that sets it apart from many others is there is no interaction between any of the characters from the other books. I feel that the only thing they have in common is the theme of one person being a royal. While this does nothing to take away from the books, it also makes it hard for me to truly view this as a series. Either way, I loved this book and give it 5 stars. Note: I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Eight years ago,
university student Ian Stuart fell in love with his sweet, beautiful
classmate and he’s never forgotten her. Sofie loved Ian with all her
heart in return, but she didn’t trust him with one little detail about
her life she’d neglected to share.
She was a princess, and they could never be together in the outside world.
Crown Princess Sofia is in danger. An insurgent faction in her country
has targeted the royal family, and while Sofia is visiting the United
States, she is forced to go into hiding. Assigned to protect her is none
other than FBI Special Agent Ian Stuart.
Once again Ian and
Sofie are in an impossible situation, fighting their feelings for one
another, while trying to stay safe. Will their love for each other prove
to be the most dangerous game of all?