Thursday, September 19, 2019

Blog Tour Book Review: The Royal Arrangement by Jeana E. Mann

The Royal Arrangement by Jeana E. Mann is LIVE!

Delicious, intoxicating, full of feels, and promises to be your next addiction. ~ Angie’s Dreamy Reads

Author: Jeana E. Mann
Series: The Rebel Queen Duet #1
Audience: +18
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Self published
Release Date: September 17th 2019
My Rating: 4.5 Cups
Source: Wildfire Marketing Solutions
Blurb (from Goodreads):

A billionaire prince searches for a new wife in this intriguing tale of power and seduction from USA Today bestselling author Jeana E. Mann.

When I walk into a room, people look twice. Once because I’m the Crown Prince of Androvia, and twice because I’m that guy—the one who makes your panties wet with just a smile. My life is grand until the unexpected death

A chance encounter with the daughter of my sworn enemy changes everything. The first time I saw her, she was chained to a dungeon wall. The second time I saw her, I took her to my bed. The third time, I proposed marriage. If she accepts, I’ll rule her body the same way I intend to rule my kingdom—with an iron hand and no mercy. The stakes are high for both of us. If she turns me down, I could lose the throne to my traitorous uncle. Even worse, if she accepts, I might lose my heart.

Lies, seduction, and the struggle for a kingdom will heat up your e-reader.

Grab this page-turning contemporary royalty romance today.
*Disclaimer: I received an eARC of his book from Wildfire Marketing Solutions in exchange for an honest review. This does not influence my rating or the content of my review in any way.

**Disclaimer: This book contains mature content. As a result, my review may contain references to content intended for mature audiences only.

This is my first Jeana E. Mann book and let me tell you people, this is such a good book to start my journey into her worlds. I'm a sucker for a good marriage of convenience story, and I also love stories where a character pursues someone because they're related to their biggest enemy. So I knew from the start that I was going to enjoy this book. I am happy to say I was very right.

This book was one of those "sees cover, falls in love, speed reads the blurb and decide to read without thinking things through" for me. Because I cannot talk about this book without mentioning the cover. I know I have a weakness for pretty covers, but this one is just fantastic. And if by any chance you look for the sequel, the cover is equally gorgeous.

Everly is a woman trapped in dangerous situation. When we first meet her she has this mysterious quality about her. She presented herself as someone very cultured, who knows how to have fun, confident, brave. Then we meet the actual her, and we see that on top of that she's hurt, someone that finds it hard to trust men. Men in her life have the habit of breaking her trust and her heart, and it's quite sad to witness. I liked Everly, I liked that ultimately she found the courage to stand up for herself, to cut ties with her parents even though it must have been a very hard choice. I can't wait to see what will happen with her and Henry in the next book, but I have high hopes. Especially after the way things were left for her.

Henry, or Prince Heinrich, was a delight to read about. He has a lot of secrets, and I can't help but wonder about them.  He reveals very little about himself, even during the chapters told from his perspective. It was interesting to read about this story from his POV because of that. He likes to dominate, but he's not domineering. I hope the next book will reveal more about him, all of his secrets, because I truly was captivated by him.

The chemistry between these two characters is amazing. I loved seeing them interact as strangers, and I loved seeing them interact once they knew who the other one was. I liked seeing Everly and Henry together. The cliffhanger was expected, but it still shocked me. Not because it was dramatic or anything, but because it felt almost like the ending scene to a two-part TV show episode, and I loved that so much.

I also loved the writing style. The voices of Henry and Everly were different, so I found it very easy to go from one POV to the other. I also loved when the shifts happened. I didn't like one of the secondary characters, Nicky, at all, and I hope he receives some big punishment for his general behavior in the second book.

All in all, I really enjoyed reading this book and I cannot wait to see what comes next.


He picks me up by the waist, pushing me into the wall behind us, crashing me into the paneling. I wrap a leg around his hip and grind against the steel rod inside his trousers. A primeval growl rumbles from his lips. Hot, wet kisses trail down the column of my neck. I dig my fingers into his short hair.
“I take it things didn’t work out between you and your wank of a boyfriend.” He slips the straps of my gown over my shoulders, baring me to the waist, trapping my arms with the delicate fabric. The breath behind his words burns against my collarbone.

The author is giving away a GRAND PRIZE to one winner to include an Echo Dot, a signed paperback of The Royal Arrangement and a $50 Amazon Gift Card (open international). Enter here! Good luck!

Jeana is a USA Today and Publishers Weekly Bestselling Author from Indiana. She gave up a career in the corporate world to write about sexy billionaires and alpha bad boys. With over twenty books and several awards beneath her belt, she’s never regretted her choice to live out her dream. She’s a free spirit, a wanderer at heart, and loves animals with a passion. When she’s not tripping over random objects, you’ll find her walking in the sunshine with her rambunctious dogs and dreaming about true love.

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