At twenty-three Harry’s still more boy than man. He may have tight abs from years of military training, but the army’s worried he’s nothing but a security risk. The media’s convinced he’s a spoiled brat. Girls like him for the prince he doesn’t want to be. They don’t see the normal guy he's trying to become.
But when the authorities swear the British press to secrecy and deploy him to Afghanistan, Harry thinks he can finally prove he’s man enough to do the job. He doesn’t count on falling for a reporter. Then there's an Anglo-Afghan soldier who could either be a traitor or his first true friend. And what’s his former nanny doing on the plane to Kabul?
In this comic coming of age, Harry encounters not only a warlord in a Mercedes who shackles him in a cave, but also a colonel whose real passion is rehearsing the men in amateur Shakespeare. Moreover, a trauma leftover from when he was a kid now confronts Harry face to face. If he can survive that, he may be surprised to discover that being a prince is much more than he ever imagined it could be.