From all the reviews I've read this book in the series is to be a bit better than the second one, the one I just read in July. It sounds like it will be "Deliciously witty," and a fun read.
The back cover says, and this is all I know about the book, so I will quote: "Making plans for her wedding to American fiance' Jonathan Riley, who now runs a prestigious Parisian real estate company, Melissa agrees to do a favor for her beloved grandmother: transform the notorious Prince Nicolas von Helsing-Alexandros into a proper gentleman for the sake of preserving a family inheritance. Even possessive Jonathan agrees it's a great opportunity to make social connections, and Melissa gets swept up in a whirl of late-night dinners, polo matches, and a Mediterranean cruise. But taming Prince Nicky, who is as charming as he is exasperating, suddenly has bride-to-be Melissa dreaming of a fairy-tale ending--and not the one she expected!"
So I think I will enjoy reading this book in my relaxing, recreational time this month. I notice it takes me about a month to get one of Hester Browne's books read, because they are the same as reading two or three other books. It has 391 pages and I read between 20-90 pages on the days that I read. I do have other more serious reading I do each day. On this blog I only talk about my recreational reading.
So, off to "My Reading Corner" I will go and start my new book of the month....