Thursday, 4 May 2017

Falling for the Rebel Princess by Ellie Darkins #Review @EllieDarkins

About the book 

From princess to rock-star royalty!

Self-proclaimed "black sheep" Princess Charlie of Afland has worked long and hard to be taken seriously in the music industry, managing to keep her royal obligations, and her secret heartbreak, under the radar. Until one night in Vegas changes everything...

Rock star Joe Kavanagh gets more from his Vegas gig than he'd bargained for...a princess bride and a PR story to die for! As the initial attraction, which led them down the aisle, turns into something deeper, keeping their marriage strictly business proves increasingly difficult...

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My Review 
Charlie is feisty and determined but with a vulnerable edge once you get to know her. It was great to realise that there was a whole lot more to her than your typical party girl. You can feel the deep connection that Joe and Charlie share but will they act on their chemistry. Joe isn't your average rock star and I loved his strong and dependable side along with seeing a more sensitive side to him too.

I really enjoyed the whole will they won't they fall in love relationship, they are definitely two people who should be together. The question is can they put their issues aside to see if romance will flourish?

Music was a great backdrop to this story and both characters are so great together because of their shared interests. The story moves along at a good pace and before I knew it I was on the last couple of chapters. I loved the chemistry that Joe and Charlie share it's romantic, sweet and such a delight to see unfold.

Fun, flirty and romantic!

With thanks to Ellie Darkins for my copy. This is my honest and unbiased opinion.

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