This is the fourth book of the Cordina’s Royal Family. I decided to try out the series, the last book of the series, and I liked it. It was short and to the point.
The Plot of Cordina’s Crown Jewel:
For a few blessed weeks, Her Royal Highness Camilla de Cordina could be just plain Camilla MacGee. And working for Delaney Caine in Vermont’s backwoods offered a perfect refuge from the press. But as her irritation toward the cantankerous archaeologist grew into fascination-then desire-the royal runaway knew she’d soon have to reveal herself.
Del had never needed anyone, and at first he accepted Camilla’s presence only grudgingly. But, as the remarkable beauty insinuated herself into Del’s self-sufficient life, he found that she filled an emptiness he’d never know was there. Only, what was Camilla hiding?
I liked this story Nora Roberts and it has intrigued me to go in search for the first three but it wasn’t thrilling as many of her books are. It was just another book but with some really great parts and some humor involved.
This story was cute and charming, a little slow but was enjoyable to read. I liked the characters and the surprise that all the characters were not who they were supposed to be.