Almost a Princess
My Rating: 3 Stars
Written by: Karen Hall
Paperback: 216 pages
Publication Date: November 3, 2014
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Since his wife died, PERRY QUASTHOFF only wants to serve his prince and raise his young son. Love has no place in the equation. Knowing Prince Phillipe’s cousin WILLEM will try to take the throne, Perry vows to help stop him. But when Southern beauty Jordan Griffith becomes part of the plan to stop Willem, Perry finds himself falling in love with her. But when their plan backfires, and it looks as if Jordan and Phillipe will marry after all, Perry is caught between a love he never thought to find again, and his sworn duty to his prince and country.
Almost a Princess by Karen Hall
Almost a Princess was a cute, quick, easy read.
In order to save his country from a power hungry cousin vying for the thrown, Prince Phillipe must be engaged to a heir of the remaining royal blood lines. The search leads them to a diner in southland U.S.A., Tennessee to be exact, where they find Jordan Griffith. A chef in training, loyal and hard working, Jordan will do what it takes to save her family’s diner while Phillipe will do what he must to save his country. For Jordan, this means packing up and becoming engaged to a Prince...the sacrifices one makes for their family.
The premise was great but the characters felt one dimensional. The overall story was ok, but I had absolutely no connection to the characters or their plight.
Almost a Prince is a sweet romance, a straight out friendly read with a M/M marriage that is implied and not described.
I received this copy of Almost A Princess from CrushStar Multimedia LLC in exchange for a honest review.