In A Faraway Land - Blair Babylon

In A Faraway Land

By Blair Babylon

  • Release Date: 2018-06-12
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 5
5
From 6 Ratings

Description

It’s an impossible situation, but if anyone can save Flicka, it’s her loyal, hot, ripped, bossy, protective, truly maddening, totally off-limits bodyguard.

Flicka von Hannover was a princess, but not anymore, sort of. To hide from her conniving soon-to-be ex-husband and divorce him as soon as possible, she runs to the place specified by her prenuptial agreement, Las Vegas.

She has left everyone and everything behind except Dieter Schwarz, her bodyguard who saved her that terrible night and smuggled her to Paris and now to Nevada. Living with the six-four, ripped, bossy Swiss mercenary is driving her crazy in more ways than one. Every time he comes near her, she wants to rip his clothes off with her teeth.

Her ex knows that she must be in Las Vegas to establish residency to divorce him, and his men are looking for her. When his Secret Service try to kidnap her and Dieter saves her again, the adrenaline and heat of the moment are too much for them to resist.

But her ex knows that she has to file the paperwork to divorce him, and he’ll do anything to stop her, even mounting an assault with his army on the courthouse when she tries to go to court.

When an actual prince—who has a Secret Service, an army, and real spies—is hunting you down, you run, and you hide IN A FARAWAY LAND.

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Reviews

  • This series just keeps getting better and better!

    5
    By ButtonsMom2003
    Blair Babylon writes books that keep me on the edge of my seat right from the beginning. She creates the most devious plot twists and after reading In A Faraway Land I am even more anxious to see what her mind comes up with for the next book in this series. This installment finds Flicka and Dieter living in Las Vegas so that she can establish residency in order to obtain a divorce from her disgusting husband who is a prince in title only; he is definitely not a prince of a human being. I particularly liked the courtroom scene in this book. I pretty much won't read books with cliffhangers but books by Blair Babylon are an exception. She has never failed to finish a series that contains cliffhangers and she finishes them rather quickly. Other authors are guilty of leaving their readers hanging for so long that you forget what the first book was even about. If you are phobic about cliffhangers, like I am, I encourage you to give Blair Babylon's books a try. Check out one of her completed series and I think you'll see what I mean about her writing; it's captivating and engrossing. The next installment of Runaway Princess, At Midnight, comes out on July 31st and I can't wait to read it. ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com***
  • The Saga Continues....

    5
    By swayzeeblu
    The continuing story of Dieter and Flicka is a real page turner. I literally couldn't put it down. Flicka's hopefully soon-to-be ex has a wide reach as she and Dieter struggle to remain under the radar and establish residency to enable a quick divorce. Certainly, the scene in the court room has you fist pumping and shouting, "Yes, Yes, Yes!!!" The story is not yet finished. Stay tuned for more!
  • Love it!

    5
    By Readnread
    OMG! OMG! I love this series!!! Flicka and Dieter’s emotional roller coaster continues to gain speed as they flee to Nevada to file divorce papers. Flicka learns that she can get a job and earn her own living. She struggles to escape the nightmare of her ex’s attack and reconnect with Dieter. This was a very emotional and darkening addition to Flicka’s story. Read it and wait with me for the next book. I voluntarily reviewed this advanced reader copy and I have not been compensated in any way.
  • Must read

    5
    By ledoss
    Blair’s books are always at the top of my “must read” list. This third book is no exception. Twisty intrigue make this continuation such an involved excellent story. Of course included is Blair’s signature romance and steam. There was a point I thought of the adage “when life hands you lemons, make lemonade”. Several places touch on current and overwhelming Economic issues. Do not miss this third in the series and if you have not read the first two, now is the time.
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