- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1145 KB
- Print Length: 220 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (9 Oct. 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B016FSF9XI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #325,201 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Whilst I did think that the leads were IT for each other, I did find the very sweet and romantic ending just the tiniest bit rushed, due to the time the leads had spent together, but it did end in my kind of HEA. This was good enough to make me check out the author, and I've had a personal recommendation from an author friend of mine, for whom I beta, that AM is all about quality reads. I'm now off downloading samples of her other tale.
Highly recommend, but slightly disappointing ending.
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I’m laughing as I sit here trying to write a serious review for this book. I think I’ll keep it short and light.
Fact is, I enjoyed this. It was sweet, kinda fluffy, and kept me entertained.
The heroes were adorable and the playful banter between them was cute and often hilarious.
The sex…kinda hot, nothing outrageous, and sometimes very sweet.
The pace was mostly good. It had a few slow spots and places that gave more info than needed.
The characters felt real enough. Even the side characters of friends and family were entertaining.
I enjoyed that this was mostly regular, well-grounded day-to-day and not outrageous pomp and circumstance of royal hoopla. Because the royal aspects that were included…well, I couldn’t take it too seriously. Instead I just enjoyed it for the modern day fairytale it was.
The end felt a tad abrupt and I don’t feel like all of the loose threads were tied up. I wish there’d been an epilogue.
This is the kind of book you read when you’ve been bogged down by a lot of serious. It was a nice, light escape.
There's something about Anna Martin's stories. You may either love them or they may leave you cold. I'm on the group of the ones who love them. I can feel them. When reading her books, there are a lot of details which may not be that important, but they contribute to give reality to the story. There's no great drama, or breaking points, no epiphanies or extreme anguish. But I see Alex and George falling in love in details like sharing takeaway or doing laundry. It feels like real life. My personal experience is that falling in love is not a drastic event that changes your life suddenly. It is about finding somebody you like a lot, feeling a connection and then building something that may last together. There are some great moments, there is laughter and even adventure, but there are also some dull moments when you just go on with your every day life with somebody by your side, or not, as you cannot take your beloved to the office… Just like Anna's books, where humour mixes which hot sex, maybe some confrontation and a bit of drama but also with day-to-day activity… The kaleidoscopic mix of ups and downs and roundabouts that is falling in love. Utterly enjoyable
Highly recommend this well written story !