The Exiled Prince - Jeana E. Mann

The Exiled Prince

By Jeana E. Mann

  • Release Date: 2018-06-19
  • Genre: Romance
Score: 4.5
From 173 Ratings


“The Exiled Prince is a fabulous, quick read. I honestly couldn’t put it down!” —Reviewer 

One night. No names. No faces. It should have been simple.

I’ve never been reckless with my heart until I meet a handsome stranger at a secret masquerade ball. From the glint of his dark eyes, he knows I don’t have an invitation. I’m not rich or a celebrity. I’m just the personal assistant of someone important. Instead of showing me the door, he escorts me through the gardens and into a world of decadence, sin, and forbidden pleasures.

From the moment we meet, I can’t stop thinking about him. The way his hands feel on my hips. The press of his hard chest against mine. Everything about this night is a sham except for the way he owns my body. Tomorrow, I’ll go back to my normal life and forget this ever happened. Tonight, I’m going to live it up.

Except…this isn’t the ending. It’s just the beginning. A few months later, my new boss is the billionaire exiled prince from the masquerade, and I’m in serious trouble.

Cinderella meets Fifty Shades in this dark, royalty romance.


  • Great book

    By Heartnsoul8402
    I really enjoyed reading this book. The characters were great. I’m glad it seems like Rourke has a good head on her shoulders and knows what she wants. Definitely a steamy read! I can’t wait to see what happens next.
  • No balance

    By Great super duper book!!!
    The book spent too much time introducing the characters. The last 25 pages was the climax, rising action and conclusion. The book was lacking an actual plot, there was no real threat. The book was lacking details, which made the book boring and dry.
  • A prince in more ways than one

    By Arieslady52
    Jeana E. Mann gives us another contemporary romance gem, this time with a bit of the Cinderella touch. Roman Menshikov is a big deal - wealthy, powerful, connected, but reclusive. Rourke is hired as his personal assistant, not realizing they’ve met socially once before. She, and he, survive the awkwardness, and as Rourke discovers who he really is, it becomes a hot romance. Totally enjoyable.