The Princess Plan (A Royal Wedding)
I thought that this was mediocre at best. The cover was originally what hooked me—then seeing that it had the word “Princess” in it, made it that much better. I adore stories that involve anything royal! Eliza is what you would call a spinster. At twenty-eight, she’s no closer to getting married anytime soon. That is until she goes to a masquerade ball in honor of Prince Sebastian. There rocks the scandal of the century when the Prince’s personal secretary is found murdered. Now it’s up to them to find the culprit and possibly fall into love. On one hand, this is the perfect making for a perfect historical romance, but on the other hand, I felt it is vastly underwhelming at times. While I liked the characters for the most part, I felt they were a bit too shallow and one dimensional too many times to count. Although the heroine was strong and independent all the other times that I wasn’t annoyed. That’s one of the main reasons the book made its way to a three-star rating. It’s a story you could finish in one sitting, but not too memorable. For the moments that I adored, it was swoon-worthy. I think readers should give it a try if it sounds at all interesting.
|Page Count||384 pages|
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