Publisher: Noble Romance Publishing
Blurb: When college professor Juditha Collins needed a prince for a Renaissance fair, she got far more than she bargained for: a real-life medieval prince who burst into her life from the pages of a magical book. A year later, the passion she shares with gorgeous Prince Valentin still runs red hot; and as this year's fair approaches, they're planning the ultimate Renaissance wedding, one worthy of a prince and his lady fair. Yet will Valentin and Juditha truly be united in the bonds of wedlock, or is it all a dream?
Review: I’m not sure if this was meant to be funny, but I got a laugh out of the quirky heroine and her Renaissance prince. The story is the fairy tale wedding that resulted from a previous story and while I haven’t read the previous work, there was enough backstory that I didn’t feel lost.
I know this was supposed to be a quick read, but I still felt like the whole thing was rushed. The sex scene needed to be longer and more descriptive and maybe more of the heroine’s internal pov would have improved the experience.