Prince Hafiz’s Only Vice by Susanna Carr
This had so much potential. I love stories in which the hero believes he can’t marry the heroine, and it’s rare to find it as a believable contemporary plot. It worked here because the hero actually had a strong emotional reason to marry someone else, not just his duty to his country. But the editing was terrible — numerous tense errors — and the tension dissipated amidst meandering ping pong conversations.
I also finished Illusion, but I’ll write about it tomorrow.