Princess Katherine Wyndham went from sensible sister to secret agent. Her mission: to locate her brother - the long-lost crown prince. Her cover: nanny for handsome tycoon Trey Sutherland. Caring for Trey's kids came more naturally than any royal duty. And falling for the brooding widower was effortless. But Katherine had always been the plain-Jane princess. Was it too much to hope that he could want a happily-ever-after with her…especially once he discovered who she really was?
I was expecting one of Suzannes deeply satisfying suspense novels. This was light and fluffy, kind of like having a jelly doughnut for breakfast instead of eggs and toast. Sweet, and sometimes it was a bit too sweet. No great mystery, except the possibility that her long-missing brother might be Treys mysterious partner -- and that question wasnt even answered at the end of the story. No mystery in this novel, not even much of a plot. But Suzanne writes well, and the children were charmingly portrayed.