Tomorrow It Started with a Royal Kiss releases! So excited. 😀
Did you get your copy yet?
I can’t wait to hear what you think of Indigo and Prince Istvan’s journey.
An extraordinary kiss…
…will transform her ordinary life!
While artist Indigo is painting a formal portrait of Prince Istvan of Rydiania, her buttoned-up emotions are derailed when they share an unexpected kiss! After Istvan’s family ruined her father, Indigo was warned never to trust a Rydianian royal. But even though her head tells her they shouldn’t take this any further, Indigo sees something unique in Istvan. Putting her heart on the line, she knows he’s worth trusting…with her future!
Greek Paradise Escape series
Travel from the comfort of your armchair with Jennifer Faye’s latest trilogy!
Nestled on a private Greek Island, the exclusive Ludus Resort is the perfect escape for the rich and famous. But to the staff who work there, it’s home.
Manager Hermione’s job has been a lifeline since losing her home and family, so when new owner Atlas plans to sell, sparks fly between them!
Beach artist Indigo is new to the resort and has already caught the eye of one of its VIP guests, the Prince of Rydiania…
Concierge Adara spends her days fulfilling guests’ wishes. Might it be time her own romantic dreams came true?
Make your escape to beautiful Ludus in:
Book 1: Greek Heir to Claim Her Heart
Book 2: It Started with a Royal Kiss
Book 3: Second Chance with the Bridesmaid
EXCERPT / Part 1
A genuine, sexy-as-all-get-out royal prince.
Indigo Castellanos swallowed hard. She couldn’t believe she’d come face-to-face with Prince Istvan of Rydiania. She didn’t want to be impressed—not at all—but she couldn’t deny being a little bit awed by his mesmerizing blue eyes and tanned face. Just the memory of his shirtless body sent her traitorous heart racing.
She never in a million years thought they’d actually meet. When she’d taken this artist position at the Ludus Resort, she’d known the prince had ties to the private island. Still, it was a large resort—big enough to avoid certain people. Sure, the royal regatta was going on, but she’d mistakenly thought the prince would be too busy to attend. And if he did make an appearance, he wouldn’t meander around the resort like some commoner.
And then, when she did meet him, she hadn’t said a word. If staring into his bottomless eyes hadn’t been bad enough, she’d been stunned into silence by his muscled chest and trim waist.
She gave herself a mental shake. None of that mattered. Not at all.
Nothing changed the fact that the prince came from the same family that had cast her father out of his homeland. But she didn’t have time to think of that now. Besides, she didn’t expect to see the prince again.
She perched on a stool beneath a great big red umbrella. Her bare, painted toes wiggled in the warm sand. She was so thankful for this job. It helped her care for her ailing mother. And she would do anything for her mother.
“Is she sitting in the right position?”
The woman’s voice drew Indigo from her thoughts. She focused on the mother and young daughter in front of her. The girl was seated on a stool. “Um, yes. Why?”
“Because you were frowning.” The mother didn’t look happy.
“So sorry. Your daughter is just perfect.” Indigo forced a reassuring smile to her lips. “The glare off the water is making it hard to see.”
Indigo shifted her position on the stool. She couldn’t afford to have her clients think she wasn’t happy or they wouldn’t continue to bring their children and family members to have her draw caricatures of them. And without the clients there would be no job—without a job, she wouldn’t be able to pay the mounting medical bills.