Christmas in the King’s Bed by Caitlin Crews


Calista’s father has blackmailed King Orion into marrying his daughter, an agreement he had with Orions father 
I liked Calista, everything she does is because of her sister Melody, she plans to oust her father from his company so he could no longer threaten her so easily. She doesn’t really want to marry Orion and thinks that she will probably call off the wedding once she has sorted the problem with her father but that’s before she got to know Orion as a person not as a king. She is smart and isn’t willing to let Orion have power over her which makes her treat him in a way that may be felt as disrespectful but which in a way he likes 
I loved Orion, he is determined to be a different type of king to his father and spends a lot of time trying to be in control and make himself seem kingly to the outside world as well as never breaking his word to his people, something his father did regularly. Calista isn’t what he expected and which takes him by surprise and seeing him develop as the kind of person who isn’t always in control, especially around her, was really interesting to see
Their story develops and has a few twists and turns that I didn’t expect as well as some that I could see happening which pulled me in and made me want to keep reading 
I would recommend this book to those who enjoy a romance with different characters coming together and clashing but also learning about themselves in the process 
AM 🐾 x

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