A first meet, royalty and the nanny romance between a self-exiled prince with a royal chip on his shoulders and the local rancher’s daughter who rails against any man who tries to tell her what to do. When she tries to tell the prince how to raise his son, tempers flare and sparks fly.
Our Review: As in the best of stories, opposites do attract and sparks really do fly. Ms. Lowe learned two of the cardinal rules for writing romance, then put them into action with in The Prince's Son. First: Make the hero and heroine meet within the first five pages and keep them together in the ensuing pages. Second: Make their goals, motivation and conflict realistic, compelling and seemingly unsolvable.
Lowe did it all, brilliantly, making this a fun read with terrific characters.
On a scale of 1-5, The Prince's Son deserves a 6.
Kat Henry Doran, Wild Women Reviews