Friday, July 14, 2017

Royally Romanov (The Royals, #2)Royally Romanov by Teri Wilson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

After suffering a devastating event causes Finley to shut down in her life and she loses almost everything for which she has worked. She builds a brand new start in Paris, France at the Louvre as an assistant art curator, her dream job. Well, the start to gaining her dream job. She is on a fast track to promotion as a full curator. Her love for all things Romanov, especially Anastasia Romanov makes her the leading expert in Paris, France and the head of an upcoming show portraying exclusive works of art from the Romanov family borrowed from several other museums. As the leading expert, Maxim comes to her for help after he loses his memory and needs help investigating information found with him after the attack, a document where he is referred to as Maxim Romanov.

Maxim and Finley have immediate chemistry but Finley is extremely shy about meeting new men and has not dated since the incident that caused her to leave the U.S. When he approaches her for help she is extremely apprehensive about believing he could possibly be related to Anastasia. Many claims have been made and have also been debunked. But, something about Max's claim just might ring true, unfortunately, helping him could put Finley's job in jeopardy. She has a big decision to make.

Maxim and Finley's relationship rings true for two people who have both been victimized in the past. The reader gets to see how hard it is to step out on faith especially given both of their pasts and the risks both have to take to trust each other. Maxim needs to find out why he was attacked and Finley needs to know if he really is a Romanov. Royally Romanov does a great job of building the characters for the reader to enjoy and even does a pretty decent job of also giving the reader a mystery as well as a romance that is great to live with the characters. This is one of those series where the reader just cannot wait to see how Teri Wilson builds the next installment. I was given a copy of this book by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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