Great Summer Reads Countdown Blitz: The Last Princess ( Islands of The Crown #2 ) by Jewell Allen

Allen is an award-winning journalist and author of the historical series
Islands of the Crown.
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Spanish Captain Raúl Calderón has accepted a daring mission in the Philippine
colonies – to negotiate docking rights in hostile waters for the Manila Galleon.
If successful, he can return from exile to be with those he loves. But when he
is captured by slave raiders and delivered to the Last Princess, a woman known
for killing those who cross her, he is thrust into the center of royal
intrigue. The Last Princess is not what she seems, however, and Raúl must stay
alive long enough to warn her of the danger in trusting those close to her.



Juliza Alimuddin,

The Last Princess, hides behind a cutthroat reputation to
protect her beloved islands. But when a mysterious Spaniard, Raúl Calderón,
falls into her hands, she decides to go against her allies’ wishes and nurse
him back to health. Her heart has been bruised in the past, yet Raúl brings out
feelings she never thought she’d have again. Just when Juliza starts to believe
in the possibility of love, however, she is betrayed and her family and
sultanate put in a deadly situation. Will The Last Princess live up to her
reputation when forced to choose between her people and the man she loves?

This is book 2 of a series, but can be read as a standalone.





He pulled Juliza along a well-worn path from
her childhood, crushed shell underfoot leading to a little inlet with a
spacious dock and a footbridge to a gazebo. Her steps faltered. She thought of
her life in the palace, taking for granted that this would always be hers. But
now, as she traced her childhood steps with her grown ones, she realized this
may be the last time she would walk here.
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