The Eligible Princess


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The Eligible Princess:Princess Lakshaya Book2 of Kamboj Princesses Saga is a sensual historical romance set in Early Medieval India
King Kartikeya must marry a princess. He’s determined to do anything to keep the kingdom that he has taken with strategy and sheer guts. If that involves charming a princess into marriage, then so be it.
Princess Lakshaya infinitely prefers the study of her scientific experiments to the learning of the arts of impressing a suitor. In fact, she would rather have no more proposals at all. But refusing a king as opulent as Kartik is out of question. Drawn against her will by the force of his attraction, she begins to accept him, only to discover hidden secrets along the way.

Can she bring herself to go ahead with this marriage?

Set in the Early Middle Ages in India, Book 2 in the Kamboj Princesses Saga follows Lakshaya in her journey to discover desire, passion, intrigue and love.


“In spite of being a not-so avid reader of historical, I still took ‘The eligible princess’ up for reading. I guess, it was because I’d read her ‘Against all rules’ and remember turning into a fan of her writing, almost instantly. ‘The eligible princess’ didn’t disappoint me one bit, and not surprisingly, I was deeply engrossed throughout. The writer takes the readers through a magical journey of yesteryears, with the Kings, the Queens, the army, the kingdoms, the palaces, all portrayed so beautifully, in all their grandeur. Summerita Rhayne, is a master of romance…”

-Deep Downer, author

“The Eligible Princess by Summerita Rhayne is the second book in the Kamboj Princesses Saga but my first read of the series. Despite being part of a series, it can be read as a standalone.

I loved the sketched cover of the book and then was intrigued by the blurb which gave a glimpse of an intense story with a headstrong heroine, an alpha hero and their hurdles filled romance set in the rich historical background of India.

Intrigued and full of expectations of a lovely story, I was not let down by the book. Princess Lakshaya is of marrying age and supposed to be the eligible Princess except that she is not like the other simpering, coy and simpleton Princesses whose only interest is in maintaining their looks and waiting to get married. No sir, she is independent, a scientist and a woman who has varied tastes that involve war strategies and the like…”

-Nikita Soni, reviewer and blogger

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