The first in an all new stand-alone trilogy set in Kristen Proby’s Big Sky world, Enchanting Sebastian will take your breath away!
Turning thirty-five doesn’t mean much to most men. For Sebastian Wakefield, it’s the end of life as he knows it.
When your father is the King of England, thirty-five is the year that a marriage will be arranged, a suitable bride cementing a future you didn’t choose. The obvious solution for escaping the archaic laws of the throne is for Sebastian to leave the country. And where better to go than America?
Nina Wolfe has spent her career avoiding scandal. As a Hollywood publicist and minor celebrity in her own right, she knows exactly what it takes to keep the media at bay—and what will send them into a frenzy.
Prince Sebastian hiding out in Cunningham Falls, Montana is an unlikely story. Ending up in his bed, even more so. And keeping their arrangement out of the press might just be impossible. The ring on her finger is about to spark a firestorm that will change her life, and no professional spin will help Nina fit into the world of royalty.
Only love could write an enchanting new beginning—if they’ll let themselves fall.
Kristen was born and raised in a small resort town in her beloved Montana. In her mid-twenties, she decided to stretch her wings and move to the Pacific Northwest, where she made her home for more than a dozen years.
4 1/2 stars
I love Kristen Proby and will pretty much read anything she writes, so I was very excited to see she had a new series coming out set again in Cunningham Falls, Montana.
Nina Wolfe is an ordinary girl living her life in Cunningham Falls. She was hoping to start her own business with two friends when the deal falls apart. It’s right at this time that she meets Sebastian, Prince of England, who is in Montana to find a wife so he can abdicate his throne (he doesn’t want to be king).
The book then starts to move at a rapid fire pace at this point. And some of what happened was a tad not believable (but it’s a fairy tale). Sebastian proposes, Nina says yes, put on social media, boom!
There is one problem. Nina doesn’t want to be in love, and tells Sebastian right up front that this is how she feels. She had a father who abandoned her and a mother who was quite frankly an awful character who didn’t love her own child. Suffice it to say, Nina has some real issues.
Despite her issues, Nina was a very likable character. Despite feeling her can’t love, she has a very close knit group of friends that she loves deeply, and she very much loves her brother, Christian. She charmed the King and Queen, and as an American, that’s saying something.
Sebastian was an absolutely fabulous character. He was sweet, kind and loving. He was tough at the same time, and quite jealous. There is a big cast of supporting characters, most notably Sebastian’s sister Eleanor and his security man Liam, whom the next book are about (yeah).
It was fun to go back to Cunningham Falls without a lot of drama, with well written characters and a great story. I would recommend this one for sure.