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A Crown for a Lady (The Prince & Impostor #2) by Tanya Anne Crosby. Historical Romance Release & ARC Review.

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A deception of royal proportions thrust Ian MacEwen into the very center of the ton's marriage mart, forcing him to choose a bride who would be queen. All he wanted was to uncover the answers denied him from birth. Instead, he found saucy Claire Wentworth, a fearless woman with grass-green eyes who needs his protection—and his love—whether she knows it or not.
Fallen from grace, Claire Wentworth stalks her at every turn. She needs a champion, but what she gets instead is a royal mystery. The man all of London hails as "Prince" instead strikes her as a rogue adventurer—who no doubt rouses her slumbering heart to wide-awake desire.
Read the The Impostors Series in Order:
Book 1: Seduced by a Prince Book
 2: A Crown for a Lady 


This book is the second in the series and it´s best to read the other one first. 
After the death of their father Claire and her brother found out all they inherited were huge debts. Her brother took the wrong advice to try and clear them. Now he's missing and Claire has to raise the money. 
Ian MacKwen has been doing all sorts of things to save the people who rely on his estate.  A startling discovery sets him on an incredible journey. 
An exciting adventure awaits our characters and all who read the books. A hero trying to find out what happened in the past and a strong and too brave heroine trying to find her brother. Romance , danger and old scores to be settled. 
I loved it. 


Put a menu in front of me and I immediately don't know what I want. Fried green tomatoes with grits? Yep, OK. Fish? Sounds good, too. OK, so what are you having? I'll do that too. When it comes to shoes--forget it. I end up buying nothing because I can't make up my mind. Thank God I have a husband who has great tastes, or my closet might be empty. I'm one of those people who suffers from acute ambivalence given too many choices, but when it comes to what I wanted to do with my life, I've known that decidedly since the age of 12--and probably long before that. It all began once upon a time after a tonsillectomy, when the doc advised mom and dad they should reward me with anything I wanted (the key word here being anything). All I wanted was dad's typewriter. I got it, of course--a black, sporty Olympia I immediately set out to wearing the letters off the keys. So here I am all these years later, with sixteen books under my belt and a new one on the way ... still wearing the letters off keyboards ... and loving every minute. 

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