About A Princess for the Marine

A Princess for the Marine

What happens when a side gig working security turns into a royal calamity?

My mom is clawing her way out of a massive amount of medical debt. So, in addition to being an active-duty Marine, I’m also working security for my friend’s matchmaking company to help her out as much as I can.

Then one night, a gorgeous and mysterious woman needs my help evading a group of well-dressed men who are after her. I don’t question it, I just get her out of there.

Then I find out she’s the princess of a small country, and she wants to leave her royal duties behind.

She doesn’t want to go back. I don’t want to give her up. Now what?

My review

I’m loving this series by Jess Mastorakos! One of my favorite things is that we get to see more and more of the characters from A Match for the Marine get their happily ever after.

This one features Dex’s friend Huck. It was fun getting to see things through his eyes. He’s a down to earth kind of guy. I loved the way he lived with his mom and sister and took care of the two of them so well. Dex has a lot going on, least of all is a huge amount of debt. But he watches out for Princess Zara with no thought of getting anything in return from her.

Zara is a princess of a small, European country. But she’s decided to stay in America. I loved the way she evaded her protection detail. Or she thought she did. That’s when she meets Huck. He knows that he needs to protect her, so he takes her home to his family. I LOVED Huck’s family. His mom and his sister are the sweetest. They become fast friends with Zara. That was one of my very favorite things about this one.

This book has such a great plot. It kept me interested and wanting to know what would happen next. I can’t wait to read more of this series!

I was sent an e-copy of A Princess for the Marine as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.


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