Reeve Stratton's new assignment was proving to be anything but typical. Yes, Crown Princess Anya Chastain of Inbourg had a regal stare that would reduce a lesser man to ashes in seconds, but she wasn't the pampered, spoiled brat he'd been expecting. Instead, the beautiful princess was an intelligent, capable and caring single mother, doing her best for her son, her family and her country. Pretending to be her fiance wasn't a hardship for Reeve -- he had to dance with Anya at a royal wedding, flirt with her, even kiss her, all for the public's sake. Except the pretend kisses they were sharing felt dangerously real...and Reeve was the one at risk -- of falling in love!
Used availability for Patricia Forsythe's Protecting the Princess
March 2003 : UK Mass Market Paperback