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Cover Reveal: A ROYAL CHRISTMAS QUANDARY

It’s beginning to look a lot like… a Christmas book! I’m so pleased to introduce my holiday story, A Royal Christmas Quandary to you. 

It has plenty of hijinks, festive fun, and sweet romance.

Drina (Lady Alexandra Gailey) is excited to spend Christmas at Windsor Castle with her best friend, Princess Alice, and her longtime crush, Lord George Worthington. But nothing goes quite to plan, Princess Alice has to pick a royal prince before Christmas and George has lost one of the foreign princes. Between mischief and mistletoe, can Drina help her friend to the perfect proposal? And will she get her own Christmas wish?

When you spend Christmas in a castle, anything is possible.


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