Prime The Royal Treatment (Alaskan Royal Family, #1) Author MaryJanice Davidson – Z55z.co

In This Delightful And Dazzling Erotic Novel, MaryJanice Davidson Creates An Alternate Contemporary World Nearly Identical To Ours In Which Russia Never Sold The Alaskan Territory To The United States Instead, Alaska Has Won Its Independence And Established Itself As A Constitutional Monarchyand Now, The King Of Alaska Badly Needs A Bride For His Son And Heir The Country Of Alaska Is As Forbidding As It Is Beautiful And The Royal Family Is As Rough Around The Edges As They Are Coolly Civilized Other Royal Families May Find Them Shocking, But After All, In This Wilderness Kingdom, Being A Crack Shot And Expert Trapper Is Just As Important As Knowing Your Salad Fork From Your Dessert Fork Unfortunately, When The Rest Of The Royals Find You Mildly Savage, Marrying Off Your Royal Brood Can Be A Royal Pain King Alexander II Is Desperate Why, He D Settle For Any Girl A Commoner An American, Even Stranded Tourist Christina Krabbe Is American, And A Commoner, But She Has Zero Interest In Enduring A Royal Wedding, Producing Royal Heirs, And Becoming Queen Of Alaskauntil She Gets A Good Look At Prince David He May Be A Bit Unruly Actually, The Words Untamed And Slightly Dangerous Come To Mind But Christina S No Delicate Flower Herself And When His Highness Discovers Christina Can Give As Good As She Gets, He S Prince Charmed, If Not Quite Charming But Can A Wild Man Prince And A Modern American Girl Make A Life Together And Will The Palace Still Be Standing When The Dust Clears


10 thoughts on “The Royal Treatment (Alaskan Royal Family, #1)

  1. Cindy Cindy says:

    Hysterically funny read If you re looking for The Thornbirds or The Tudors don t stop here This is a book for those of us who worship at the altar of snarky dialogue And for those who love a heroine so far south of Cinderella that she wouldn t have gone to the ball unless she was really bored or wanted to check out the appetizers And a hero who s perfectly OK with marrying whoever Dad picked out and doing his best to produce an ...


  2. Danielle Gypsy Soul Danielle Gypsy Soul says:

    The Royal Treatment is the first book In MaryJanice Davidson s Royal Series I thought the book had it s moments but didn t find it laugh out loud funny It was cute, and an easy read that was entertaining but it isn t a book I ll remember for long.This book centers around Christina who was a chef on a cruise liner that was stopped in Alaska When her boss groped her, she kneed him in the groin and quit She takes her last 50 and goes fishing not sure why and meets the King of Alaska who is p The Royal Treatment is the first book In MaryJanice Davidson s Royal Series I thought the book had it s moments but didn t find it laugh out loud funny It was cute, and an easy read that was entertaining but it isn t a book I ll remember for long.This book centers around Christina who was a chef on a cruise liner that was stopped in Alaska When her boss groped her, she kneed him in the groin and quit She takes her last 50 and goes fishing not sure why and meets the King of Alaska who is posing as the captain He finds out she is out of money, no job or place t...


  3. Lyndi loathes love triangles Lyndi loathes love triangles says:

    My cheeks hurt from smiling the whole time I read this Hilariously ridiculous and fun.I adored our MCs attitudes They worked so well together the nerdy prince David and the tactless American Christina I think other authors have tried to do the brash American woman gives high society heart palpitations with her outrageous behavior plotline, but I have never really gotten into it Mainly because I really do think Americans both present and past are fucking savages compared to the rest o My cheeks hurt from smiling the whole time I read this Hilariously ridiculous and fun.I adored our MCs attitudes They worked so well together the nerdy prince David and the tactless American Christina I think other authors have tried to do the brash American woman gives high society heart palpitations with her outrageous behavior plotline, but I have never really gotten into it Mainly because I really do think Americans both present and past are fucking savages compared to the rest of the world, so I don t really find it amusing However I think that this alternate reality Alaska is the one place in th...


  4. Courtney Courtney says:

    I thought this one was still funny, even after I ve re read it how many times. The cast is eccentric and loveable, and you quickly grow attached to them.


  5. Victoria Victoria says:

    When I first started reading the book, I was hooked I couldn t put the book down and I was so caught up in the humor, the banter, the conversations that the heroine had with the rest But as I progressed on through the book, the book just didn t make sense anySure, the humor was catchy, I laughed many times But to me, there didn t seem to be any main point to the story I dunno, it was just weird.Ok the book started off really well The intro was catchy and I liked the king and Christin When I first started reading the book, I was hooked I couldn t put the book down and I was so caught up in the humor, the banter, the conversations that the heroine had with the rest But as I progressed on through the book, the book just didn t make s...


  6. Cindy Cindy says:

    Hysterically funny read If you re looking for The Thornbirds or The Tudors don t stop here This is a book for those of us who worship at the altar of snarky dialogue And for those who love a heroine so far south of Cinderella that she wouldn t have gone to the ball unless she was really bored or wanted to check out the appetizers And a hero who s perfectly OK with marrying whoever Dad picked out and doing his best to produce an heir when he s not busy with his studies on penguins, of cou Hysterically funny read If you re looking for The Thornbirds or The Tudors don t stop here This is a book for those of us who worship at the altar of snarky dialogue And for thos...


  7. Seawood Seawood says:

    I honestly want to give this five stars for sheer bonkersness, and no stars at all for plot So it gets two stars for the penguins instead It is absolutely nuts I mean, in the first chapter the heroine meets a king and agrees to shack up with his son pretty much sight unseen what the f Ok, yes, you get to be a queen eventually But c mon Didn t we learn anything from Diana The princessing gig in the modern world SUCKS and I can t see why on earth anyone would willingly go into it like Ch I honestly want to give this five stars for sheer bonkersness, and no stars at all for plot So it gets two stars for the penguins instead It is absolutely nuts I mean, in the first chapter the heroine meets a king and agrees to shack up with his son pretty much sight unseen what the f Ok, yes, you get to be a queen eventually But c mon ...


  8. Car Car says:

    I like Mary Janice Davidson s books, and have read a few of them now Unfortunately, she uses a great deal of profanity, unnecessarily, in her stories.I loved the dynamics of the relationship between David and Christina I was anxious throughout the story to read about how their relationship would develop.I realized, through reading this book, that I like to imagine my life different than what it is That s not to say that I m not happy with the way my life is, however I just enjoy living a fan I like Mary Janice Davidson s books, and have read a few...


  9. Kelsey Kelsey says:

    Goodreads recommended it to me, I read it in one night, I have no regrets Very entertaining and fun.


  10. Christine Staszko Christine Staszko says:

    What a clever, fantastic concept for a book I loved Davidson s Fred the Mermaid series, but when I read about the storyline of this series I thought I might have stumbled upon something even better Alaska practically could be its own country just based on how isolated it is from the rest of the states and how different the everyday life of its residents is I was really interested to see what an Alaskan royal family would be like and how an American would cope becoming queen of such a differen What a clever, fantastic concept for a book I loved Davidson s Fred the Mermaid series, but when I read about the storyline of this series I thought I might have stumbled upon something even better Alaska practically could be its own country just based on how isolated it is from the rest of the states and how different the everyday life of its residents is I was really interested to see what an Alaskan royal family would be like and how an American would cope becoming queen of such a different world.Unfortunately, I was floored with how aw...