Once Upon a Prince
Well, as I am sure many of you know, I don’t read a lot of contemporary fiction. I’m just not fond of it- I have very “old-fashioned” morals and ideas, so it just comes down to the fact that I don’t agree with/relate to most contemporary fiction. But I’ve been meaning to find some novels set in present day that I actually would enjoy. I saw Once Upon a Prince available for review- and let’s face it: I love anything to do with royalty. So this book seemed like a good place to start.
When crown prince Nathaniel takes an American holiday to St. Simon's Island, he's not looking for love. Like everything else in his life, the choice of a bride is out of his hands---a matter dictated by his royal position. But when he meets Susanna under the ancient Lover's Oak in southern Georgia, will romance trump responsibility?
Once Upon a Prince kind of reminded me of those Hallmark channel chick flicks, both the pros and cons of it. It was clean and charming and maybe not the deepest thing in the world, but hey: it was fun. I’m not sure it’s really something I would re-read, but I’ll definitely be looking into the next books in this series.
Objectionable content: The tabloids never cease their publishing of ridiculous rumors and innuendos and accusations; there was one kiss.
I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for my honest review