By Suzanne Brockmann
Intimate Moment, No. 968 / Royally Wed
Silhouette - Dec. 1999
Romance / Series
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"Undercover Princess" is yet another Suzanne Brockmann book headed for my keeper shelf! Part of the 'Royally Wed' cross-line series by Silhouette, it combines mistaken identities, family situations, some suspense and a lot of passion to make a wonderful read!
Princess Katherine Wyndham of Wynborough is in search of her missing brother, the man she believes to be Trey Sutherland's elusive business partner, Bill Lewis. After weeks of trying to reach Trey, she is granted an appointment at his estate. Little did she know that the appointment was for an interview as a nanny.
Trey has two children, Stacy and Doug, who desperately need someone to care for them. The family was ripped apart after the death of Trey's wife, an event shrouded in mystery to the outside world. Kathy Wind, the name of Princess Katherine during her "female James Bond" position, helps to mend the relationship between father and children, through her use of pop-psychology and common sense.
Kathy doesn't do much to find Bill Lewis, but she does manage to fall in love, experience passion and of course, live happily ever after. The addition of children into Brockmann's book was a wonderful choice, as they are developed characters and both contribute to the story. I wouldn't expect anything less from this wonderful author!
I'll be sure to pick up the other 'Royally Wed' books as they come out, to follow the stories of the Royal Court of Wynborough. Even though "Undercover Princess" is part of a miniseries, it is strong enough to stand on its own.