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  1. says:

    I thought heroine was a hypocrite I hate cheating and this book has a cheating heroine She slept with another guy because she was in love with the hero Talk about twisted logic Awful book.


  2. says:

    She s in love with H, their mothers and the press happen so they re engaged.H is going along because duty, and part of that duty means staying faithful even if he doesn t really have a relationship with his fianc e.She s in love with H, b...


  3. says:

    Updated Review 1.5 stars, rounded upAs expected, I absolutely did NOT enjoy this book which I read simply to make a point However, I also never enjoy books where male protagonists cheat as well So I m rather relieved to see I do not harbour double standard However, I think people who do rate books higher than 3 stars with heroes cheating during engagement and betrothal, should be automatically bound to give this book a 3 star The HP authors are blatantly misogynists and so are we, at least indirectly for supporting the reverse plot of this book, and for so blatantly hating this book Am I biased about female leads yes I am That s because we do not have a balance playing field yet Provide me with a balanced society free of sexism and misogyny and I ll also play fair.Back to rant relevant to ACTUAL book I was REALLY bothered about the cheating along with the hero As he has pointed out it was during the period of engagement However, What I was bothered about was the circumstance and the lack of footing the hero had to be mad abo...


  4. says:

    Love isn t a fairy tale, Leo It s hard and painful and messy It hurts And yet it s also wonderful, because when I m with you, there s nowhere else I d rather be AlyseI think that quote sums the book up well This book isn t about the fairy tale, it s a lot down to earth and realistic We get to see the h and H progress from strangers, to tentative friends and into something But due to this, there it isn t romance in the traditional sense hearts, flowers, undying declarations of love before they even know each other, etc , things are very rocky and tentative They have their ups and downs and these halt and further their relationship along I found myself engaged with their progress and found it interesting to see how their relationship starts and solidifies After reading this book and comparing it to other MOC arranged marriages, I can see how this one is far realistic Because of that, I thought it was an interesting, different read Though, while I understood how Leo became how he was, I did find myself a bit annoyed with him at times But I liked how Alyse didn t give up, she loved him and kept trying I like that she tried to have conversation and talk to get to know him as I felt in this situation, sex wouldn t have been the answer to accomplish that There needed to be a base to the relationship for ...


  5. says:

    This one was very different from the usual HPs This is about a royal marriage of convenience The relationship has been portrayed very realistically It takes time to build a relationship, to learn to trust The story has beautifully captured the awkwardness a couple feels in a MOC Even if they desire each other there are barriers, awkwardness to overcome It takes time to open up your heart and really love someone you didn t know before You would not like it much if you are looking for a lot of drama, angst, and steamy sex or sexual undercurrents But if you want to read about how real couples who are strangers marry and then fall in love , then this one s for you I really liked the hero I could totally understand his reluctance in opening his heart to a stranger He was really hurt when he learned about Alyse s infid...


  6. says:

    I usually hate cheaters but am inclined to forgive a one time slip However, this doesn t really hit the type of cheating that is a betrayal of an actual relationship Although engaged in an arranged marriage, there is no real contact or communication between hero and heroine, and he shows zero interest in her as a person the imbalance of power is such that she could not seek him out She has reason to believe he is with other women not just because of pictures, but because he makes no ef...


  7. says:

    We have all at some stage read a book about marriage arranged to ensure some or another something or someone goes the way it is meant to be and in the end it always comes together by the couple truly falling for each other In my lifetime I have read over a dozen of them and I have found that if the story behind the arrangement is not cleverly crafted, the read falls flat, no matter how hot the passion is or how nice the ending happens to be, if the reasoning is no good, the book is a no go.In the new read from author Kate Hewitt I was slightly concerned after reading the blurb that I might end up walking away with the feeling of being let down as it sounded very familiar, but what I found was a simply magical, skillfully crafted world of passion, romance, stunning brilliance and one amazing cracker of a plot The read is about Prince Leo and Alyse, their romance to the outside world seems perfect, a royal couple to be proud of, but behind all the happy smiles, waves of excitement and pretend happiness there lies a much deeper connection between Prince and woman, the problem for this couple is that even though love is blossoming on the surface, there are headlines that can rip them apart and none of the damage will ever be repaired.The character of Leo was awesome, I loved that the author s...


  8. says:

    The Prince She Never Knew is the wonderfully en capturing and engaging story of Alyse and Prince Leo growing together, learning about each other together and slowly falling in love while pretending to the world they already are madly in love.I love stories that get straight into it We meet Alyse while she s nervously waiting for the call to walk down the aisle to marry Prince Leo An arranged marriage for the good of the nation Although they ve been engaged for six years they re essentially strangers Alyse is used to being unimportant to Leo but realises to keep the charade alive they need to establish some sort of relationship with her husband During their honeymoon Alyse slowly chips away at a distant Leo which really isn t such a hardship when she realises just how easy on the eye he is Try as she might it s always one step forward, two steps back One drama after another, ranging from an awful mother in law, the Queen, to Alyse s history coming back to haunt her to Prince Leo s long lost brother coming home to claim his rightful place in the palace all make for a wonderful and thrilling read, all the while in the background Leo and Alyse battle on can they become a team, can they love each other, will Leo honor his marriage when his brother comes back into the picture or will Alyse even want to stay married to him Alyse is the day and Leo is the night, the...


  9. says:

    What nonsense is this You love someone and are engaged to him but you sleep with someone els Then decide maybe you didn t love him in the first place The spineless hero who shows some backbone and goes spineless again I thought the story was getting better even after the confessio...


  10. says:

    DNF The woman is an utter moron and the man is a total asshole The premise is beyond belief Six years of a fake engagement where they talk so infrequently that they literally know nothing about each other but the woman still thinks she s in love with the dude no.


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The Prince She Never Knew summary pdf The Prince She Never Knew, summary chapter 2 The Prince She Never Knew, sparknotes The Prince She Never Knew, The Prince She Never Knew 7fc1fea Behind The Royal WeddingWhile The World Believes Her Romance With Prince Leo Diomedi, Alyse Knows It S Just A Calculated Sham.Yet Beneath His Icy Exterior, Leo S Kisses Give Alyse A Taste Of The Man Behind The Crown But Will Their Fairy Tale Survive The Headlines Threatening To Rip Everything Apart

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • The Prince She Never Knew
  • Kate Hewitt
  • English
  • 25 April 2018
  • 9780373239672

About the Author: Kate Hewitt

Kate is the USA Today bsetselling author of many books of women s fiction Her latest releases are A Vicarage Homecoming and Not My Daughter Under the name Katharine Swartz, she is the author of the Tales from Goswell books, a series of time slip novels set in the village of Goswell She likes to read women s fiction, mystery and thrillers, as well as historical novels She particularly enjoys re