A Real Royal Christmess by Linda West
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Jess is trying to win back her boyfriend, who dumped her for being boring. Jamie is trying to complete his father’s bucket list before he takes the Crown. Both of them are hiding who they truly are, and when the truth is discovered, it’s a real royal Christmess!
Jess believes opposites attract, but her ex-boyfriend Collin dumps her for being boring. She’s happy to stay at home and cook with her two cats. So instead of sitting home moping, she goes off on an adventure to Vermont with her loyal friend Molly. Little did Jess know she would literally meet her Prince Charming.
Prince Jamison “Jamie” Archibald Henry MontNaughton the Second of Atalonia came to America to complete his father’s bucket list and find himself before his coronation as King of Atalonia, but he finds a feisty woman with green hair who gets under his skin.
I guess this story wasn’t what I expected though I should have guessed by the cover. It’s a sweet unrealistic fairytale about two individuals who come from totally different backgrounds and fall in love while trying to pretend to be other people. There are funny and sweet moments as well as frustrating moments when I just wanted to shake Jess and her immature attitude, but overall it was a fun read. The moral of the story is to not be afraid of being yourself.
I recommend this light and fun Disney-like fairytale story to be read over the holidays.
Thank you to Ms. West for giving me the opportunity to read this book with no expectation of a positive review.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Linda West is the best-selling author of the adorable and enchanting “Christmas Kisses and Cookies.” It is a delightful series of holiday romances based around the town of Kissing Bridge and the magical Landers sisters who are the reigning blue ribbon cookie queens thanks to their mothers’ ‘special’ recipe book.
Linda was the owner of Mayberry – a celebrity-filled restaurant in Malibu where many of her recipes enchanted the regulars such as Tom Hanks and Anthony Hopkins to name a few. Her recipes are sprinkled throughout her fiction books much to the delight of her fans.
Her newest venture is in the cozy mystery and humor genre. With – Death by Crockpot – the first in her newest series -Linda takes her favorite known characters from Kissing Bridge and throws them into some side-splitting funny adventures.
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