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That Prince is Mine

Paperback / ISBN-13: 9781035420452

Price: £10.99

ON SALE: 30th July 2024

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Romance / Adult & Contemporary Romance

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‘A fairy-tale romance that is both dreamy and grounded, sweet but also fan-yourself sexy’ MIA SOSA

‘Tantalizing wit, delectable treats, sweet and steamy swoons, and a love that’s worth fighting for’ TAJ MCCOY

‘Royally delicious . . . This is a love story for people who love love stories’ DENISE WILLIAMS


A love-averse Korean royal court cuisine instructor is waylaid by a gorgeous professor – and prince in disguise – who will do anything to prove to her that love and happily ever after can be theirs.

Love is a dish best served hot . . .

Emma Yoon dreams of opening a culinary school in Los Angeles. To that end, she teaches Korean royal court cuisine to hopeful brides of upper-crust Korean families. Thanks to her godmother, a renowned matchmaker, business is booming. But when rival matchmakers plot against her godmother using Emma’s single status, she must save her godmother’s reputation and her dreams by finding a perfect-on-paper husband – even if she’s not ready for love. Meeting the gorgeous and irresistible Professor Michel Chevalier is not part of her plan.

Prince Michel Chevalier refuses to marry a woman handpicked by his elders. If he must spend the rest of his life in service to his country, he wants to do so with someone he loves by his side. With only three months left until his arranged engagement is formally announced, Michel escapes to Los Angeles to find a bride of his choosing, someone who loves him for himself rather than his crown. Serendipity leads him right to Emma Yoon, who might just be the woman of his dreams.

‘A tender and sexy romance that [readers] will absolutely devour’ Library Journal, starred review