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Reviewed by Risah Salazar for Readers' Favorite
Prince Grayson of Andorra hides like a fugitive on the run in Joslyn Westbrook's Princessa. He has recently turned thirty-five and is still unmarried. As per the Andorra Royal Decree, he is now left with only two choices -- marry his betrothed or someone approved by the king and queen. But Grayson's not the type to marry for power or money; that's why he has left. Arabella Princessa Royale, the 'Princess of Savannah' and heiress to the Royale Resort hotels, gets dumped by her long-time boyfriend. Seeing her agony, her father sends her to Royale Resort France to get her mind off the devastating break-up and asks her to oversee the hotel's events. In one embarrassing moment, the two meet and it's love (or lust?) at first sight. But Grayson knows he can't hide for long. How can he escape his destiny while Arabella is making him fall head over heels?
Joslyn Westbrook's Princessa: Razzle My Dazzle (Book 3) is a much-needed light-read rom-com in these anxious times. The cover is alluring and the chapter headings are cute. Told from multiple points of view, this book is hard to put down as it takes you on a royal adventure. While the premise is not so original, the narrative develops into something readable and squeal-worthy. Although the ending feels forced, in general, it is still a great slow-burn romance. Princessa is also feminist and is highly recommended to all the bad-ass women (and men) out there.