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- Print Length: 389 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0795BPRPP
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 6 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #31,061 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I worried when I started the book that Clodagh was going to be boring: a barmaid from a council estate, studying between pulling pints. But instead I found a multi-faceted woman who has seen rock bottom from the inside and is doing everything she can to pull herself out. Random Facts Girl (read the book) is a total delight, and her wonderfully horrible family are observed in a way which still makes them kind of sympathetic (which is a miracle. Trust me.).
Jamie is a lovely hero. He's delightfully nerdy and the details of royal life from his POV are fascinating. He's a prince, but also a soldier and a student and a quiet kind of knight in shining armour.
The whole book feels...intimate. Despite both Clodagh and Jamie coming from huge families, and despite the cast of supporting characters (honourable mention to Oll, Jamie's best mate, for being a star), it has a coziness to it.
Anyway, my waffling aside, it's a gorgeous story with a HEA and several laugh-, gasp- and cheer-aloud moments. Highly recommended.
I always love Kate Johnson's characters and there is nothing cliché about them, in this most cliché-ridden context. A feel-good HEA with more depth and humour than you might expect if you've not read her work before. Read it!
Clodagh is a mixed race barmaid, who is trying to get her A-levels and go to university to study history. She's bright, but she's only one or two shifts away from homelessness.
The pace gallops along and there's so much to unpack about class and society and racism in there.
I loved the characters, loved the story, loved the humour. Brilliant stuff.
The usual disclosure - I know the author in real life. We have both written for the same publisher in the past. I genuinely like her books.
Don't worry, it will be worth it.