Alaska is an independent country with it's own royal family. The king, who likes to mingle with his subjects incognito, meets Christina, a loudmouth chef who speaks her mind using vividly colorful phrases. The king invites her to the castle; she thinks for a job interview but he sees her as a worthy bride for his crown-prince, David.
Can Christina's confident personality carry her through planning a royal wedding and a royal family crisis? See how Christina and David's relationship goes from arranged to blistering in spite of the cold climate!
This story begins when Christina finds herself broke, and out of a job. She doesn't really have anywhere to go, and she's stuck in the country of Alaska. When the King asks her to come live with him for a while, she knows there a catch, but jumps at the chance for a place to stay. Little does she know that she was chosen to be Prince David's bride. These two don't know anything about each other, yet they will be getting married soon.
Alaska hasn't known what hit it yet, with Christina as the up and coming Queen.
The Royal Treatment was okay. I liked the plot line, but I felt like we didn't get to really feel much of what the characters were going through, and the humor sometimes seemed over done and forced.
Other then that I did enjoy it for the most part, and I did laugh a few times as well. I also really liked the heroine. She was over the top, but still really cool. Not sure if I will find myself reading the next in the series, but I did enjoy this one to pass the time with.