Sunday, 6 November 2016
REVIEW - A Royal Christmas Princess by Scarlet Wilson
Release Date: 11 Oct 2016
After a tough year losing her mom and bills mounting, Holly Yates is in for a lonely Christmas. But when she hears a news report that the small principality of Coronia is looking for their lost princess, she recognizes her baby photo on the news and is astounded. Felix – the could-be Prince – is delighted to find her and whips her off to a snow-covered Coronia to meet her real-life ailing father where he persuades her to fall in love with the people and the place.
Holly is so shell shocked by everything that she agrees - as long as they keep her identity secret until she makes up her mind. But can a shy girl from Baltimore really become a fairy tale princess?
My Opinion 4 STARS
**My thanks to NetGalley and Tule Publishing, for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**
This book is every girls dream in that she dreams she is a lost princess and is finally found and gets her moment to be the star role in the fantasy, except in Holly Yates' case it happens to be true.
Holly lost her father many years ago and only recently her mother died and the cost of the medical bills has left her with mounting debts and three jobs.
Her world is shaken upside down however when a photo of her in childhood is aired with the news that this is the lost princess of Coronia.
Felix has never wanted to be the Prince, but if he cannot find the lost Princess he has said he will take the job when his friend and mentor Prince Albert dies.
Neither Felix or Holly expect the attraction to each other and Holly gives Felix a whole new way of seeing the place that he grew up in with a realisation that he does not want to leave.
We have our villains who try and stop both Holly or Felix from getting the crown, but as i all happy endings things turn out for the best.
A brilliantly written holiday royal romance.