The Royal Romeos, Book 3
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This devil has her blood boiling…
Stella Whitaker’s never been one to mince words. But on a flight to Paris, instead of sending a seat-chat message to her friend about the guy who cut in front of her in the boarding line, she inadvertently sends it to the man himself, letting him know in no uncertain terms what she thought about him.
Dominico Romeo has no patience for annoying women, particularly when he’s short on sleep and feeling overwhelmed. So when he politely points out to a woman in front of him that she’s in line prematurely for her boarding zone, he’s less than pleased that she lashes out at him. He shrugs it off, until the two of them end up paired together in a professional wine class that might just drive him to drink.
An airplane ride has never been more entertaining! Culinary student Stella has a record breaking bad flight and Dominico Romeo takes the blunt end of her wrath.
Sometimes our childhood shapes us in negative ways, but Stella has some amazing people in her corner. Plus, Dominico has to be the most patient Romeo so far and a total sweet heart on top of it.
I had planned on only reading a few chapters at first but couldn't put it down. A terrific storyline, well-developed and extremely relatable characters, what's not to love?? Great read!
About the Author
Jenny Gardiner is the #1 Bestselling Kindle author of the novel Slim to None and the award-winning novel Sleeping with Ward Cleaver.
Her latest works are the It’s Reigning Men series and The Royal Romeo series. She also published the memoir Winging It: A Memoir of Caring for a Vengeful Parrot Who's Determined to Kill Me, now re-titled Bite Me: a Parrot, a Family and a Whole Lot of Flesh Wounds; the novels Anywhere but Here; Where the Heart Is; the essay collection Naked Man on Main Street, and Accidentally on Purpose and Compromising Positions (writing as Erin Delany); and is a contributor to the humorous dog anthology I'm Not the Biggest Bitch in This Relationship.
Her work has been found in Ladies Home Journal, the Washington Post and on NPR’s Day to Day. She has worked as a professional photographer, an orthodontic assistant as well as a publicist to a United States Senator (where she first learned to write fiction). She's photographed Prince Charles (and her assistant husband got him to chuckle!), Elizabeth Taylor, and the president of Uganda. She and her family now live a less exotic life in Virginia.