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The Royal Wedding

Crown Jewels, Book 2
Written by: Melanie Summers
Series: Crown Jewels Romance, Book 2
Length: 8 hrs and 15 mins

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Publisher's Summary

When most girls get engaged, at most they face a disapproving mother-in-law, but in Tessa Sharpe's case, it's a disapproving nation. No one in the tiny kingdom of Avonia wants the former anti-royal blogger to wed Prince Arthur. The anti-royals haven't forgiven her for abandoning ship and swimming over to the Prince's yacht, and the royal watchers won't ever forget all the horrible things she wrote about their beloved Royal Family.

Up against all odds, Tessa has only six months to prove herself worthy of the title of Princess. Her nasty father-in-law is going to throw every obstacle in her way, including the beautiful, poised, and highly accomplished Lady Doctor Brooke Beddingfield. But Tessa is determined to make this work and keep her fledgling career as a reporter intact.

Will Tessa manage to fight her way down the aisle and find her Prince Charming waiting? Or will one of them succumb to mounting pressure and run the other way before they can say I do?

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Gretz Corp. (P)2018 Tantor

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  • E.R.
  • 2018-04-09

The book is so good that even the male voice cannot ruin it completely

The male voice is too old,doesn’t match the character and does ridiculous imitations of females speaking even when the subject mater is serious. The female interpreter is excellent and the story is very good. Read the written word if you can - the audio book is a waste of $7.

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  • Julie Ann
  • 2018-10-03

Prince Arthur’s Voice

I love this series. The only annoying part is when the reader in charge of talking for Prince Arthur attempts to sound like Tessa. It comes off sounding like a muppet or silly teenager. The book itself, wonderful.

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  • Lori Beth
  • 2018-07-04

Funny and swet

I don't think I have ever laughed out loud listening to a book before. But the seen in the night club has tears rolling down my face!