In the Prince’s Bed

Written by Sabrina Jeffries
Review by Audrey Braver

In 1813, three unacknowledged sons of the Prince of Wales form an alliance for their mutual benefit. Alec, the impoverished Earl of Iversley, needs to marry a wealthy heiress before his affairs collapse. Katherine Merivale has kept secret the fact that she will inherit a fortune upon her marriage to weed out fortune hunters. Her father died in debt to Alec’s brother, who has been told about her inheritance and promised that he will be paid when she marries. His brother suggests Alec court her, which will solve both their problems. Although Katherine prefers to marry a childhood friend, Alec succeeds in capturing her heart. When he discovers that she has captured his, he is unable to continue deceiving the woman he loves, and confesses his situation. Betrayed, Katherine breaks with Alec. Will he win her back?

With In the Prince’s Bed, Sabrina Jeffries has done what she does best. It is light, and fun, with a wonderfully pulled together heroine and a desperate hero. They will captivate every reader’s heart. This is the first in the Royal Brotherhood series.