The Prince's Bride by Joanne Wadsworth

This is romantic, dramatic and entertaining. Anteros is bold, charming, gentle and stubborn. Olivia is determined, tough and optimistic. They started out as friends, but both developed feelings for the other. Unfortunately for Olivia, she doesn't know that Anteros is a prince and has reasons for vowing to never marry. When his father gives him an ultimatum, he can marry his chosen bride or deal with the consequences, Anteros makes a deal with him to marry Olivia instead. Only it's not that easy, both Anteros and his father are stubborn and determined to get their own way, which doesn't bode well for Olivia. There's adventure and danger on the high sea for these two, but love can prevail.

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