Nya Jerami fled Thesolo for the glitz and glamour of NYC but discovered that her Prince Charming only exists in her virtual dating games. When Nya returns home for a royal wedding, she accidentally finds herself up close and personal—in bed—with the real-life celebrity prince who she loves to hate.
For Johan von Braustein, the red-headed step-prince of Liechtienbourg, acting as paparazzi bait is a ruse that protects his brother—the heir to the throne—and his own heart. When a royal referendum threatens his brother’s future, a fake engagement is the perfect way to keep the cameras on him.
Nya and Johan both have good reasons to avoid love, but as desires are laid bare behind palace doors, they must decide if their fake romance will lead to a happily-ever-after.
A Prince on Paper Alyssa Cole Avon, 2019 Source: Library, Review Copy
A Prince on Paper was far steamier than A Princess in Theory.
I still enjoyed it, even though I knew exactly how it would end. A bonus was that it was LGBTQIA+ friendly and open to therapy. I'll definitely keep reading the Reluctant Royals series! It's great for adults who read The Princess Diaries as teenagers. In fact, I picked up the first book in the series because Meg Cabot blurbed it.