Jason's Princess by Elise ManionJason's Princess by Elise Manion

Jason's Princess

byElise Manion

Paperback | March 4, 2017

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Don't Judge a Prince by his Tattoos…

Five years after her parents tragic death, Julie Armstrong is still managing to raise her seventeen year old brother, Charlie. Barely making ends meet, there's no time to seek out her Prince Charming, even if one exists. This is the real world, after all, and the only eligible men in her town resemble toads with ink.

Jason King might have ink, but he's definitely no toad, even if Julie thinks he's one. He wants nothing more than ride in on his dark horse and protect Julie and her young brother. He's sat on the sidelines way too long, keeping them safe.

But when trouble finds its way back home, Julie must rely on the one man whom she's held responsible for all her troubles for the past five years. Will she ever find her Prince?

Elise lives in northern Nevada with her husband of twenty-three years, their young adult son, and Franklin the Weenie Dog. She's worked in many different industries from retail to real estate. But with a passion for reading, especially silly little love stories, it was a logical step to try her hand at spinning a good yarn.
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Title:Jason's PrincessFormat:PaperbackDimensions:220 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.5 inPublished:March 4, 2017Publisher:Teri GreenLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1946006750

ISBN - 13:9781946006752

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Jason's Princess is the first book in what is set to be the King Brother's series, and although it is Jason and Julie's story, you get to meet the whole family and start learning the history between Jarod and Lauren, and the amazing friendship between Julie, Lauren and Josh as well as the bonds of brotherhood between the King boys. Author Elise Manion may build the King boys up to be tough, battle ready men, but there is a strong family bond, and parents that instilled in them the value of family and protecting those smaller and weaker, never being the bully, and looking out for others. This is an amazing story that had me laughing and cry the whole way through!~ Michelle Randall for Readers' Favorite