A Royal Pain by Rhys Bowen

A Royal Pain by Rhys Bowen (2008)
The Queen of England invites Lady Georgina Rannoch to tea. The Queen wants Lady Georgina to chaperone a young Bavarian princess with the hopes of setting her up with the Prince of Wales. The Queen’s son is enamored with an unsuitable American widow and Her Highness will not tolerate the arrangement. Georgina, who is 34th in line for the throne, willingly accepts the assignment but has to improvise to provide the comforts of wealth to her house guest. The fact is Georgina is impoverished and cleans houses in disguise to support herself. The Bavarian princess turns out to have an American accent from watching gangster movies and a vocabulary to boot and likes to shoplift! Georgina has her hands full as she keeps the princess out of harm’s way, solves murders and develops a handsome love interest. This story will have you laughing out loud.

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