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  1. Nicola Nicola says:

    You re the Playboy Prince I m just some plain English girlTo sum up the reading experience of The Playboy Prince and the Nanny Sometimes you just need a fairytale romance to lose yourself in for a couple of hours short, sweet and easygoing with a hero who makes you swoon and that s exactly what Donna Alward has created between said playboy prince and British nannyI m staff, you re royalty, and never the twain shall meet With a Cinderella feel, for what this book lacks in sexy tiYou re the Playboy Prince I m just some plain English girlTo sum up the reading experience of The Playboy Prince and the Nanny Sometimes you just need a fairytale romance to lose yourself in for a couple of hours short, sweet and easygoing with a hero who makes you swoon and that s exactly what Donna Alward has created between said playboy prince and British nannyI m staff, you re royalty, and never the twain shall meet With a Cinderella feel, for what this book lacks in sexy time it s closed door in intimacy it makes up for in feeling with emotions running high as the palace comes to terms with the sudden death of Crown Prince Raoul s wife and their children s nanny Rose is the breath of fresh air they need, bringing stability, hope and joy back into the children s livesand to Prince Diego sYou see me, Rose With an air of the forbidden and many stolen moments, Rose and Diego have a closeness and affection that holds this story together without needing anythingbetween them There were a couple of minor niggles for me with Rose s family situation seeming to add little to the story and certain aspects of importance being told rather than shown, but overall I did love these characters togetherYou make me want to be a better man, Rose And that is something I have never felt before With a real down to earth feel, children who stole my heart and a Royal Family who ingratiated themselves, The Playboy Prince and the Nanny played out pretty much as expected and with hints given towards Raoul s story, I m looking forward to seeing how the heir to the throne will lose his heart Copy received courtesy of St Martin s Press for an honest and unbiased opinion.


  2. Claire Robinson Claire Robinson says:

    3.5 I m the nanny You re a prince Stars Donna Alward starts off her Royal Duology with a nice and easy read in The Playboy Prince and the Nanny.If you are a lover of Harlequin style romance, then this will be right up your street, it s well written, easy to get along with, low drama, pretty predictable in its telling, but I am all for a little escapism and that is exactly what Rose and Diego s story offered I am just a man The title that s an accident of birth And yes, as you said to 3.5 I m the nanny You re a prince Stars Donna Alward starts off her Royal Duology with a nice and easy read in The Playboy Prince and the Nanny.If you are a lover of Harlequin style romance, then this will be right up your street, it s well written, easy to get along with, low drama, pretty predictable in its telling, but I am all for a little escapism and that is exactly what Rose and Diego s story offered I am just a man The title that s an accident of birth And yes, as you said today, I live a certain way It comes with the title But underneath all this I m just flesh and blood, same as you This is a PG 13 style romance with very little in the way of visible action taking place between our couple, but it wasn t a major issue as the story in itself was sweet and didn t really require the heat factor in it, if you know what I mean You came in like a ray of sunshine on a cloudy day The second book The Crown Prince s Bride is due for release in early 2018, and it would be one I d happily spend a couple of hours reading Nothing like a single daddy widower to get the feels going ARC generously provided via Netgalley, in exchange for the above honest review


  3. Catherine (The Sassy Bookster) Catherine (The Sassy Bookster) says:

    If you love Harlequin Mills Boon type of romances, then THE PLAYBOY PRINCE AND THE NANNY is exactly the kind of book you would love to read This book had a fewitems in the con column royals, clich d playboy prince and the help story line than the pro column the author and is really too sweet for my tastes, but I finished another series by the author that I really enjoyed not too long ago and I decided to go for it after all.It was as sweet as I expected think Sound of Music , Mar If you love Harlequin Mills Boon type of romances, then THE PLAYBOY PRINCE AND THE NANNY is exactly the kind of book you would love to read This book had a fewitems in the con column royals, clich d playboy prince and the help story line than the pro column the author and is really too sweet for my tastes, but I finished another series by the author that I really enjoyed not too long ago and I decided to go for it after all.It was as sweet as I expected think Sound of Music , Mary Poppins , with a Cinderella like feel to it, quite predictable and easygoing, but it also had a lot of heart and feeling to it and was a welcome change from my usual fare Prince Diego Navarro is the spare heir to the throne, free of royal responsibilities and has earned his reputation as a fun loving playboy But when tragedy strikes the royal family, Diego is quick to step up to the task of supporting his father and elder brother, with the help of professional nanny, Rose Walters.Rose has worked hard for her reputation as a highly sought after nanny but working with royalty is a whole new ballgame for her, especially with the attendant publicity for a woman who values her privacy, evenwhen she finds herself developing feelings for the prince, a wonderful guy with a really big heart, muchthan his reputation would have you believe But it s not just the prince Rose has a soft spot for Her two young charges are adorable enough to melt even the hardest heart and couple with the royal family who treats herlike family than the hired help, it s hard for her to maintain a professional distance But can the magic continue past midnight for Rose, or will her carriage turn into a pumpkin at midnight This was a sweet and charming story and I enjoyed all of the characters, a perfect book for a anyone in need of a fairy tale themed romance Disclaimer I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book All opinions stated are solely mine


  4. DJ Sakata DJ Sakata says:

    Favorite Quote I gave my heart away quite a while ago It hasn t come back to me yet.My Review I almost passed this one by for fear it might be a cheesy princess tale, but my admiration for the author had me take a second look Lucky me, it was not cheesy at all and was a rather sweet and heart squeezing read with endearing and lovable characters It was a quick, entertaining, and satisfying read I enjoyed it so much I m ready to dive into the next book, pronto.


  5. Sissy& Sissy& says:

    Book Review For The Playboy Prince and the Nanny by Donna Alward The Playboy Prince and the Nanny by Donna Alward is the First in a New Series called Royal Duology This is the story of Prince Diego Navarro and Rose Walters Diego has a heart of gold and does his charitable work but what he is know for and what he can t get past is being a Playboy Since he is the second son nothing really is expected of him But when Diego learns of his sister in law, Princess Cecilia death along with the Book Review For The Playboy Prince and the Nanny by Donna Alward The Playboy Prince and the Nanny by Donna Alward is the First in a New Series called Royal Duology This is the story of Prince Diego Navarro and Rose Walters Diego has a heart of gold and does his charitable work but what he is know for and what he can t get past is being a Playboy Since he is the second son nothing really is expected of him But when Diego learns of his sister in law, Princess Cecilia death along with the long time Nanny, Diego knows he must return home to help the family So Diego helps with the business end and his sister Lucy seem to be trying to take care of house end, giving their brother some time to grieve But now Diego is back home and sees how his family is still hurting Rose is a English Nanny that is hired for the two children, 4 year old Max and six year old Emilia Max and Emilia are the two children of Princess Celia, lucky the children were only bruised really bad from the accident But its been a month since their lost and Rose is just now starting the job Rose has met Diego once before but it seem he does not remember it Rose tries to be professional with Diego but its hard between him and the kids This was really a sweet Romantic story that is surprising hard to put down My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read


  6. Ann Lorz Ann Lorz says:

    Reviewed for Romancing the Readers Blog the past year or so I ve been really enjoying books by Donna Alward I always love finding new authors that I keep wanting to read and she is one of them Now I see her name and just get it Thanks how much her books appeal to me She s a auto buy I will admit that when I first started reading The Playboy Prince and the Nanny I thought about Nora Roberts and her royal series I think Susan Mallery had a royal se Reviewed for Romancing the Readers Blog the past year or so I ve been really enjoying books by Donna Alward I always love finding new authors that I keep wanting to read and she is one of them Now I see her name and just get it Thanks how much her books appeal to me She s a auto buy I will admit that when I first started reading The Playboy Prince and the Nanny I thought about Nora Roberts and her royal series I think Susan Mallery had a royal series too Can t remember the titles for those But the point I made about how it reminded me of the series Nora did wasn t because I felt they were the same story,like this on reminded meof a Harlequin story that s all It s a very sweet, romantic story that doesn t have a ton of conflict in it Once or twice I will admit that I thought Rose was acting a little offish, but it fit for the story line so that was good.Both Rose and Diego will keep you reading their story But they aren t the only ones that stand out, Diego brother and his kids do too You ll really want their happy story I m so glad I read The Playboy Prince and the Nanny It s a sweet, quick read Follow me on received for a honest review


  7. Julie (Manga Maniac Cafe) Julie (Manga Maniac Cafe) says:

    3.75 to 4 starsAhhhhh Thankfully, the taint from my previous read has been blissfully washed away When I get into a reading slump, or I need a reading reset, I always reach for a short romance Donna Alward is one of my favorite Harlequin authors, but I hadn t read one of her non HQN titles as of yet When this appeared at Netgalley, I snapped it up While I usually count on this author to deliver a convincing story with a cowboy hero, I was willing to accept a playboy prince Livin the dream 3.75 to 4 starsAhhhhh Thankfully, the taint from my previous read has been blissfully washed away When I get into a reading slump, or I need a reading reset, I always reach for a short romance Donna Alward is one of my favorite Harlequin authors, but I hadn t read one of her non HQN titles as of yet When this appeared at Netgalley, I snapped it up While I usually count on this author to deliver a convincing story with a cowboy hero, I was willing to accept a playboy prince Livin the dream Rose is hired by the Navarros to be the new nanny for Max and Emilia, Prince Raoul s young children, after a horrific accident took the lives of their mother and their previous nanny Rose has worked for wealthy clients before, but working for the royal palace of Marazur is like a fairy tale come true She s surrounded by opulence, she quickly becomes fond of the children, and then there s Prince Diego Handsome, single, and concerned about the well being of his niece and nephew, Diego pitches in to help the children heal from their traumatic loss Even though Rose knows that she and Diego can never give in to their attraction, the temptation is overwhelming at times.I liked all of the characters, even the kids Rose has just enough quirks to make her interesting, as opposed to a twist on Mary Poppins Diego is struggling to exert his independence and prove to his father and his older brother that he is reliable and worthy of their confidence so he can contribute to overseeing the prosperity of Marazur Instead, they shut him out, leaving him to run the stables and turn his efforts to charitable work I could understand his frustration with his place in the pecking order Though he earned his reputation as a playboy, he had matured and was ready to pull his weight His father, the king, and his brother, heir to the throne, continued to think he needed protecting and pushed him away.Diego and Rose are immediately drawn to each other They are both lonely Even though Rose has a family, her nanny position have her far away from home, and her relationship with her younger sister is strained Her brother is a pastor, and they often don t see eye to eye, either Diego has his problems being taken seriously by his family, so when Emilia and Max need him to offer some stability in their lives, he is determined to be there for them Because Rose and Diego only want what s best for the kids, they bond quickly over the shared goal of helping the kids deal with their grief.The push and pull of their attraction was believable Rose doesn t want to jeopardize either her job or her reputation by having an affair with Diego Worse, she doesn t want to become gossip folder for the tabloids Being thought of as a gold digger is a huge concern for her, and she doesn t want any gossip to make it home where her family might hear it Diego, who usually gets what he wants, has trouble understanding Rose s reluctance to get involved When they are featured in a speculative article, he agrees to keep things on the low down, which only makes things worse Rose hates sneaking around, and she s worried constantly about what the rest of the palace staff will think about her.The Playboy Prince and the Nanny is a quick, satisfying read It s on the sweet side, with a tame heat factor Think a mild green pepper as opposed to a spicier jalape o I liked that the emphasis was placed on Rose, Diego, and their developing relationship, as well as Max and Emilia learning to work through their grief over the loss of their mother Throw in a third party intent on sabotaging Rose and Diego, and you have enough conflict to keep their HEA in question until almost the very end of the book.I m looking forward to Raoul s book, and hope I don t have to wait too long for his HEA


  8. Sheila Melo Sheila Melo says:

    FINAL DECISION A sweet romance that harkens back to my days devouring category romances The story is pretty clean and focused on the couple Sweet read that I enjoyed because of the characters This was a book I finished with a warm heart.THE STORY Rose Walters comes to Marazur to take over being nanny for the two royal children whose mother just died While there, she ends up spending time with the spare Prince Diego Diego has been known as a playboy who flits around the world, but FINAL DECISION A sweet romance that harkens back to my days devouring category romances The story is pretty clean and focused on the couple Sweet read that I enjoyed because of the characters This was a book I finished with a warm heart.THE STORY Rose Walters comes to Marazur to take over being nanny for the two royal children whose mother just died While there, she ends up spending time with the spare Prince Diego Diego has been known as a playboy who flits around the world, but the family tragedy brings him back home and gives him a purpose to help his family including his brother and niece and nephew heal Of course, it also brings him in constant contact with the new nanny A woman he can t get off his mind.OPINION I found this an enjoyable read The characters and the story was uncomplicated and really focuses on these nice people navigating external events that threaten their potential relationship.Years before I became obsessed with dark and angst filled dramatic romances, I read just about every Silhouette, Loveswept, Harlequin, Second Chance at Love, and numerous other category romances The stories were mostly simple and focused on the couple overcoming plot devices that threatened their relationship I read hundreds, maybe thousands, of those stories and was happy with those stories.This book is a slightlysophisticated version of those stories The characters are nice and the romance is sweet I enjoyed the connection between the characters and the fairy tale quality of the nanny falling for the prince And the playboy prince falling head over heels for the slightly wallflower nanny Rose and Diego are such nice people and the real complication is their relative positions prince versus nanny and some external threats that I don t want to give away.While the story is definitely on the sweet side, I so much enjoyed the interaction between Diego and Rose which was romantic and gentle and warmed my heart.I look forward to the companion book in this series about Diego s brother because this book left me with good feelings.WORTH MENTIONING This is a pretty clean romance with some kisses and one act of premarital sex off screen.CONNECTED BOOKS THE PLAYBOY PRINCE AND THE NANNY is the first book in the Princes of Marazur series.STAR RATING I give this book 4 stars.NOTE I received an ARC of this book via Netgalley in order to provide a review I was not required to write a review or write a positive review All opinions contained herein are my own.This review was originally posted on Top10RomanceBooks.com


  9. Heather Heather says:

    This was an enjoyable romance between Diego, the so called playboy prince and the royal nanny, Rosalie Donna Alward managed to create a very interesting character in Diego While the world and his family see him as a playboy, Diego is very conscious of his duties to his country and to his family So when tragedy strikes the family, Diego steps in to take charge However, he never expected to find love out of the tragedy.Perfect afternoon romantic read I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this novel This was an enjoyable romance between Diego, the so called playboy prince and the royal nanny, Rosalie Donna Alward managed to create a very interesting character in Diego While the world and his family see him as a playboy, Diego is very conscious of his duties to his country and to his family So when tragedy strikes the family, Diego steps in to take charge However, he never expected to find love out of the tragedy.Perfect afternoon romantic read I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this novel


  10. TSN ☮ TSN ☮ says:

    1.5 stars


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The Playboy Prince and the Nanny ➺ [Reading] ➼ The Playboy Prince and the Nanny By Donna Alward ➯ – Thomashillier.co.uk Prince Diego Navarro is the spare to his brother s heir While Raoul performs his crown prince duties with the appropriate sense of nobility and poise, Diego s garnered a bit of a reputation as a playb Prince Diego Navarro is the spare to his Prince and PDF Í brother s heir While Raoul performs his crown prince duties with the appropriate sense of nobility and poise, Diego s garnered a bit of a reputation as a playboy despite the good The Playboy eBook ✓ he does behind the scenes with his favorite charitiesBut when tragedy strikes and his sister in law is killed in a car accident, Diego knows it s time for the playboy to step up If not for his brother, then for Playboy Prince and PDF ´ his niece and nephew, who now find themselves without a motherWhich is where Rose Walters comes inRose isn t intimidated by money or glitz The veteran nanny has worked for the rich and minimally famous, but a manor house is no comparison to a castle or the handsome princes who live there However, the worst thing she could possibly do is fall for the gorgeous playboy with a surprising heart of gold He s a prince she s the help He lives in the tabloids she loves her privacy But when her two darling charges start to play matchmaker, Diego and Rose don t stand a chance The Playboy Prince and the Nanny is the first book in Donna Alward s royal duology.