They come from two different worlds.
Their love goes against centuries of tradition.
But he doesn’t give a damn.
The royal family needs a tutor. Someone they can trust. Someone who isn’t swayed/distracted from their duties by working for royalty.
I’m perfect for the position, since I don’t know the first thing about English royalty.
My father needs money for medical bills, and I’m desperate.
The children are charming, and when I meet their handsome older brother, Prince Edward, my heart skips a beat.
I may be the tutor. but he’s teaching more than I want to know about falling for the wrong man.
He’s a player, and I need this job so I try to stay away.
I’m expected to make the best match for my country.
But marriage has never interested me. I spend my nights cavorting with beautiful women from the most suitable families, always avoiding serious entanglements.
Then Maggie waltzes into our lives and turns my world upside down.
Everything I thought I wanted, everything that’s expected of me—
she makes me want to throw it all away for her.
The fact that she won’t let me near her only makes me desire her even more, and I’m a royal who doesn’t like to follow the rules.