Anything to do with royal romances has an inherent appeal. Add good dose of wit and generous amount of sexiness and you’ve got a recipe for an irresistibly fun and enjoyable read. Dylan and Lydia’s story concludes is this royally sweet romantic escape.
In this, the third installment in the Royal Scandal series, the 17th Duke of Abingdon Dylan Hale and Lydia are blissfully relishing their secret engagement. Since only a handful of trusted friends know, Dylan and Lydia only need to worry about how to enjoy each other. There’s no apprehension about media or public scrutiny, no unpleasantness coming from Dylan’s mother. But given Dylan’s very public persona, this small slice of heaven is all about to end and they’re about to face new obstacles in the road.
Lydia is worried that becoming a Duchess will change her life in a way that she’s lose herself, and for that reason is hesitant to announce their forthcoming nuptials to the world. All the while Dylan wanted her to become his as soon as possible, until he realizes that asking Lydia to join his unstable world as it is would be asking her to sacrifice too much and would rather they wait until he manages to put all his dukes… I mean ducks in a row.
So while their responsibilities take them away from each other, Dylan and Lydia need to find a way to work as a team before misunderstandings tear them definitely apart.
Even though I regret not reading the first two books, I was really curious about the series. It took no time at all to be swept up in the deep enduring love and delicious sexiness between Dylan and Lydia. Parker Swift did a wonderful job at recapping the history between them, but I’ll be carving out some time to read Royal Affair and Royal Disaster as I predict this is a trilogy worth reading in its entirety.
Royal Treatment is book #3 in the Royal Scandal series by Parker Swift. It is a standalone contemporary romance with lots of steam, romance, charming characters and a full range of emotions. Told from two points of view with a happy ending.
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* I was given an ARC of this book courtesy of the author via NetGalley. The excerpts taken are from that copy. *