Royal Distraction by Lucy McConnell

July 10, 2017 | 0 Comments
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Royal Distraction by Lucy McConnellRoyal Distraction
Author: Lucy McConnell
Series: Destination Billionaire Romance
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 166
Date: July 6, 2017
Publisher: Gelato Publishing

With her family threatened by an assassin and her island balancing on the precipice of civil war, Princess Nyssa Jobassit embarks on a mission to obtain allied status with the United States and qualify for military support. A private security company has bled the royal treasury dry leaving a bad taste in her mouth for privateers. Fully aware of her innocence, having been raised on a small island in the Emerald Sea, Nyssa is determined to be the means of salvation for her people and her family.

Tatum Scott is a retired SEAL turned private security mogul—and, he’s been taken out of the game while he recuperates from a bullet to the shoulder. He wouldn’t mind a contract on a small island where he can semi-retire, but schmoozing royals and dancing at balls is way out of his comfort zone.

On her first night in America, Nyssa hosts a ball. Following tradition, she stands at the door to greet her guests. When a handsome stranger mistakes her for the coat-check girl, she doesn’t bother to correct him. When he flirts, his blue eyes spark and she doesn’t want to correct him.

Over the course of her visit, Tatum becomes a distraction from her mission, one she cannot afford. She’ll need to find a way to win America’s support and keep her identity a secret or risk the lives of her family, the island she loves, and the man who has captured her heart.

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About Lucy McConnell

Lucy McConnell is an Amazon Best-Selling Contemporary Romance Author. She has been published in national magazines, newspapers, short story compilations, and she writes cookbooks under the name Christina Dymock. If she’s not at the computer, you can find her on the ski slopes, in a boat, in the kitchen, or in the stands watching one of her children bat, dribble, or play goalie.


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