To Kiss A King by Jess Michaels


I have discovered an amazingly sensual, scorching hot series in the Regency Royals.  The world-building in this series is magnificent.  I adamantly advise reading these four novels in order as they build upon one another and to get the most enjoyment.  I have been waiting for King Grantham’s story.  King Grantham is bogged down with the responsibility and expectations of being King of Athawick.  Grantham is thunderstorms and all things grumpy.  He has distanced himself from the assistance of his family, which makes his loneliness that much more severe.  Lady Ophelia is a guest to the newest Princess of Athawick.  Ophelia is sunshine and vibrancy.  Grantham is instantly drawn to Ophelia but is reluctant to let her in his inner circle.

I enjoyed Grantham’s love of his country and strict sense of duty.  I also loved how only Ophelia could bring levity and light to Grantham.  The connection and sensuality between the couple are electric.  The plot gives answers to what is causing unrest in Grantham’s kingdom that has been present in all four books.  The story is flawless in its delivery and has enough passion and intrigue to keep me raptly turning the page.  I loved the close-knit family dynamic that blossoms throughout each book.  

To Kiss A King is the fourth book in The Regency Royals series.  I cannot recommend these books enough!  Grantham and Ophelia’s romance is by far my favorite.  Jess Michaels continues to create a sensual, romantic world full of vivid characters and plenty of desire that demands the reader’s attention.  I received this book as an ARC. However, I took the time to read the first three books in the series; I am happy with that decision.  I wouldn’t have wanted to miss one of these intricately, lovingly designed romances.  I urge you to fall into the luscious world of Athawick; you will never want to return. 

I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book through Netgalley and the publisher.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Publication Date: January 11, 2022

Published by jelee1976

I love to review historical romance books! I discuss book reviews, thoughts on authors and series, and just general stuff about me!

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