About The Royal’s Enemy

the royal's enemy

He’s got big dreams. She’s determined to stop him.
They just might be perfect for each other…

Sir Henry Spencer’s trip to Charleston to help clean up after Hurricane Bianca turns into the opportunity of a lifetime after he and his best friends purchase a hotel to begin an empire. He finally has the chance to prove to his family that he’s more than the “spare heir.” Henry will design their hotels, leaving his mark as a legitimate architect.

There’s only one thing standing in his way…

Addison McCrae is reeling after a humiliating breakup when Henry Spencer struts into her life. He’s as condescending as her ex and just as conceited, so why should she approve his plan to build an ugly hotel on the beach she’s determined to protect from developers just like him? She’s the gatekeeper he has to get through to put his dreams in motion, and she’s not feeling inclined to let him build in Magnolia Bay.

Now if she could just keep him out of her heart.

They may be at odds, but Henry and Addison can’t deny their growing attraction. But when tragedy strikes, they both may have to sacrifice everything they thought they ever wanted to be with the person they thought they’d never need.

Can they overcome hurt, pride, and an ocean to build a love that will last forever?

My review

Brenna Jacobs is one of my very favorite authors. Her books are well-written with great characters. The plots suck you in from the very first page.

I was really excited to get to read this one, it’s the sequel to The Royals Best Friend. Getting to see what happened to Will, Peyton, Henry and Theo was one of my favorite things about it. And I loved the addition of Addison.

Addison and Henry are so different. She wants to change the world, make it a better place for sea turtles. He wants to build a hotel and have it be profitable. And he doesn’t think that sea turtles and the hotel can work together. I loved the way Addison does see how it can happen. She knows she can make things work. And she’s able to show Henry how.

There are some really great scenes in this one. I love how these two are together. They either hate each other or they’re really, really in love. There’s no middle ground. And that makes this story.

I can’t wait to see what happens for Theo! You can bet I’ll be reading that one as soon as possible.

I borrowed a copy of The Royal’s Enemy with my Kindle Unlimited subscription. All opinions are my own.

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