Publication Date: August 22, 2017
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Box Set, Bad Boys
Powerful kings. Dirty-talking princes. Insatiable dukes.
They’re ready to rule your heart.
Royally Mine is a sexy collection of bad boy romances featuring HOT royal heroes, brought to you by twenty-two New York Times, USA Today, and international bestselling authors. This deliciously naughty bundle of ALL-NEW standalone novellas stars panty-scorching kings, princes, and dukes who are used to being in command. Charge up your e-reader, clear your schedule, and put on your best tiara, because these royal bad boys are ready to conquer your heart while making you blush oh so hard.
Featured authors: Susan Stoker, Annabel Joseph, Katy Regnery, Nikki Sloane, Renee Rose, Molly O’Keefe, Alta Hensley, Nora Flite, Natasha Knight, Sue Lyndon, Jenika Snow, Maggie Ryan, Celeste Jones, Lee Savino, Livia Grant, Alexis Alvarez, Rayanna James, Ava Sinclair, Addison Cain, Jennifer Bene, Becca Jameson, Mikey Lee
Publisher’s Note: The stories included in this smoking hot box set are MF and MFM pairings. Some contain kink. All will leave you breathlessly panting for more.
…there was something about Madame that made refusing unthinkable. And a little terrifying.
I much prefer Katy Regnery’s modern-day versions fairytales to the original stories as Ms. Regnery’s are much more fun. To be honest, I really can’t remember much about Rapunzel other than she was locked away in a tower and had extremely long hair. Bella also had exceptionally long beautiful hair but had little time to do much else but clean and sleep in her slave driver/Godmother’s penthouse apartment as she was typically toiling away as an unpaid stylist/receptionist/janitor in her Godmother’s salon. Her prince came knocking on the salon door, begging for assistance after hours in panicked Italian, and her fairytale began. As with all Katy Regnery stories, Shear Heaven was an easy, enjoyable, entertaining, and deliciously spicy read with amusing observations and technicolor details. It was a quick and pleasant escape into a “someday my prince will come” fantasy.