About Best Friends with a Royal Billionaire
Being the Prince’s best friend had its perks. Being his Gardener did not.
Prince Arlo just wants to date and marry Amara, but she pushes him away every time he tries. She knows what the press would say. She’s already seen what his parents think about the match.
They agree to spend a month of the summer together at the annual prince’s yacht party, anchored on a sand bar in the Mediterranean but everything becomes that much more complicated when a family of royals show up, with the daughter Arlo is expected to date. But everything comes to a stand still when the hurricane of the decade slams into Arlo and Amara’s home country.
Will Arlo’s parents finally see that Amara is the perfect queen for their country? Will Amara herself accept that fact?
Read this third book of friendship, loyalty and service as two best friends find their way into love.
Get to know more of the men in the royal prince society, the perks of the wealthy, their games as royals, and their adventures on the Mediterranean.
I’m always up for reading a clean contemporary romance! This book was a great escape from reality when I needed one most.
I loved Amara. She is the kind of selfless woman that people instinctively love. She has been in love with Prince Arlo for a long time, but she pushes him away. Amara knows that his parents wouldn’t be pleased with him marrying the gardener’s daughter. And she thinks their country would feel the same.
The reader also gets to see things through Arlo’s point of view. He knows what he wants, and that is Amara. I loved the way he was able to show her that they worked well together.
This book has the fluff of parties in the Mediterranean. But it also has the solidity of both Amara and Arlo helping his country when it needs it most in the middle of a disaster.
I really enjoyed reading this one. I can’t wait to take another escape with one of this author’s books!
I borrowed a copy of Best Friends with a Royal Billionaire using my Kindle Unlimited subscription. All opinions are my own.
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