That Prince Is Mine

St. Martin’s Griffin. Jul. 2024. 400p. ISBN 9781250907769. pap. $18. CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE
Emma, a Los Angeles–based culinary instructor, dreams of expanding her business, which teaches Korean royal court cuisine to clients preparing for noble marriages. When she starts to lose credibility because she herself is unwed, she makes it her mission to find a husband the traditional way, with an arranged marriage. Meanwhile, crown prince Michel is running out of time. His father, the king of a small European country, is planning to abdicate and wants Michel to be engaged or married when he makes the announcement. If Michel doesn’t find love in three months, he’ll have to marry a friend; their union was planned since they were children. Now Michel is in LA, undercover as a professor, trying desperately to find the love of his life on his own terms. When he meets Emma, they have immediate chemistry, and despite their conflicting goals in love, they decide to date for the few weeks he has left in LA. They must untangle matters of the heart from duty and responsibility.
VERDICT Lee’s (Booked on a Feeling) latest is a tender and sexy romance that foodies will absolutely devour. A great read for fans of commoner-and-royalty storylines, such as Alyssa Cole’s “Reluctant Royals” series.
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