Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Royal Date

Sariah Wilson
Contemporary Romance

"I was the lyingest liar who ever lied."

Kat McTaggart has every intention of enjoying the ski trip in Monterra with her best friend by not skiing.  When convinced to try out the bunny slopes, she reluctantly agrees, never imagining she'd find herself accidentally on a black diamond slope.  Nor being rescued by the very attractive man she'd seen at the lodge.  His royal highness, Prince Nico is intrigued by the beautiful American who refuses to date him.  Finding a way to convince her that their worlds aren't that far apart is a task he's willing to take on.  Especially with the help of his family and her best friend.  But when scheming ladies and paparazzo interfere, they may find their blossoming feelings tested too soon.  Can they find a way to work past it all?

My Opinion: This was a very cute and engaging story.  The main character was fun with a hilarious inner monologue.  The storyline was slightly stilted at times with some very easily overcome problems, but was still fun.  The romance was great and the overall arch was definitely a squeeze-your-heart-out kind of emotional battle as you root for them to find love.  There were great side characters.  Granted, they flung money and circumstance around rather haphazardly, rather like a good Hallmark movie, but it was still fun.  A good story to curl up to and read on a rainy day.

I received a free copy of this book to review.  No other compensation was given.  The summary and review are 100% my own.

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