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Nice, layered storyline
Good storyline and character development. Grammatical errors detract from readability a smidgen, hence 4 instead of 5 stars.
The Christmas Princess
Excellent read with fun characters
Been some time since I have read such an absorbing book. Has many aspects: thriller, romance, intrigue and family. Loved it and just had to read straight through. Thank you Patricia!
Classic Holiday Romance
This is a classic Christmas romance with intrigue, plot twists, tears, and a happy ending. Who could ask for anything more?
The perfect Christmas read
By DLM inWyo
A witty intelligent romance with a hint of mystery and a dash of Christmas, this book captivated me with characters whose conversations and actions were realistic and captivating. I hated finishing it! In fact, I think that there is a still a chance for family connection with King Jozef and April...and I can’t wait to read that story!
Wanted it to be good, but it wasn’t. There is absolutely no emotional connection. Couldn’t care less what happened to a single one of them and felt nothing between any of them either. Storyline is predictable and dialogue stilted. It was like reading a 12 year old’s book report - covered the salient actions but didn’t elicit the reason the story was told. Cold and boring.
The Christmas princess
Loved it. Kept me guessing. Looking forward to reading the next in the series.
Often Christmas-based romances are sweet but predictable. As are royalty based ones. This story was anything but! I really loved it all the way through, and found myself grinning and laughing out loud, or cheering the characters on. The parts with her family were a little hard to follow because I hadn’t read the previous books, but this is still a true stand-alone because you see their intent and emotion, which is really what writing is all about anyway. My only real complaint is that the two main characters didn’t have enough time together at the end, making it feel slightly rushed. It was still well done though, and I didn’t feel left hanging, just wishing I had more time with characters who by the end felt like family. I’m certainly keeping this book around to read agin!
The Wedding Series Book Four
The Christmas Princess by Patricia McLinn
The Wedding Series Book Four
April Gareaux is fairly content in her life. If you can call being content being engaged to an older man who still lives with his domineering mother. A job that has her trying to convince the public what a great vegetable the Brussels sprout is, when she doesn't even like them. When offered an odd proposal by a man who says he can't tell her much about the offer, she is intrigued. When suddenly life around her starts to crumble, the offer may be the only solid ground to stand on.
Special Agent Hunter Pierce is on a mission. He has to convince a woman to spend the next month living as someone she isn't. A princess. What should have been an easy mission becomes increasingly difficult with this woman.
I loved this story and can't wait for the next book, A Christmas Surprise, that continues the tale. This can be read as a stand-alone book, but reading the first three books will lay the ground for many of the characters mentioned in this story, April's extended family. I loved the characters and the humor.
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