MISPLACED PRINCESS by Mari Carr and Lexxie Couper
Misplaced Princess by Mari Carr and Lexxie Couper
Foreign Affairs, Book 1
Reviewed by Miranda
American Annie Prince and Australian cattleman Dylan have been corresponding via email for months. One wild and crazy conversation lands them both on planes to see each other. When Annie lands in Australia she is greeted by Dylan’s twin brother Hunter. With no idea how their wires got crossed Annie heads to the family cattle station with Hunter. After all, she pitched a cattleman story to her boss and if she can’t follow Dylan around maybe she can follow Hunter. She may be American royalty but she never shirks off her responsibilities. But what will happen when a princess lands in the bush, could there be a hidden jillaroo underneath that well-polished skin? Things heat up as Hunter and Annie find themselves in some sticky situations. Annie came to Australia for one man but will she stay for another?
Misplaced Princess is fantastic! Lexxie Couper and Mari Carr have a winner on their hands. Hunter and Annie’s story is downright delightful. Misplaced Princess gives the readers a phenomenal romance set amid the Australian Outback. Readers get an amazing view of life on an Australian cattle station. Misplaced Princess is full of heart with plenty of laughs, and heat to go around! I will be waiting anxiously for the second book in the Foreign Affairs series because I am dying to know what happened when Dylan landed in New York!