Review: His Inherited Princess
Love Africa Press

December 2018
Contemporary Romance
REVIEWER: Shirley Fleming  RATING: A
REVIEW: India Saene, Princess of Bagumi, marries the future king of Sudar to save her Kingdom from an economic crisis. On the way to their honeymoon, her husband is killed, and India is in a coma for two weeks. She awakens to find herself the inherited wife of her husband’s younger brother, Omar due to an age-old tradition. Ever since Omar first laid eyes on India, there was an instant attraction between them. Although Omar mourns the death of his brother, he couldn’t believe that the one woman he can’t seem to forget is now his wife. Before India and Omar can unite as husband and wife, they must clear up the distrust that exists between them. To do that, Omar must find his brother’s killer. Is his new wife involved or is someone else to blame?

India is a princess from the kingdom of Bagumi and the soon to be the queen of Sudar. She is a beautiful woman with a strong sense of right and wrong and very passionate about helping those who cannot help themselves. Prince Omar is the strong and fierce future king of Sudar. He never wanted to be King, but a tragedy thrust him into the position. His sense of duty and honor leaves him no choice but to accept his fate. A fate he is happy to accept with the right woman to reign beside him.

HIS INHERITED PRINCESS is the second book in The Royal House of Saene series. This is a delightful story full of passion, intrigue, suspense and a little whodunit to keep you guessing until the very end. The author created two main characters who are very passionate about a number of things including their love for one another. This storyline is easy to follow, and it keeps you reading page after page to see who will give in first to the passion sizzling between the two main characters. Will it be Omar or India? Their strong personalities make it difficult for them to admit their feelings. This is a very intense and exciting read that shows the struggles that Omar incurs behind the scene for the throne of Sudar and how he overcomes them. Not only did the author do a fantastic job with all the characters but I love her detailed descriptions of the colorful attire worn by the characters. Very realistic and imaginable. Good writing.

This book is a great addition to the Royal House of Saene. I highly recommend it.  I enjoy reading about African royalty in this series because the stories are so fascinating. Keep them coming.  I can’t wait to read the next one.

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