Friday, 10 November 2017
REVIEW - The Prince's Bride (Royal Wedding Invitations #1) by Sophie Weston
Release Date: 13 October 2017
Jonas Revel is the Principality of San Michele’s super eligible Prince Charming–at least he will be if the family has its way. But Jonas has been paying his dues in the family high-powered law firm for long enough. He wants to live life on his own terms, and that does not include romance.
Hope Kennard’s childhood was rocked by scandal and financial ruin. With the death of her beloved but misguided father, she left England to travel the world in search of peace and purpose. No commitments, no baggage, no regrets. This philosophy works for Hope until she takes a housesitting job in sunny, beautiful San Michele and has a fateful meeting with a handsome and intriguing man.
Hope senses Jonas has secrets, but she has a few of her own. Can two p
My Review 3 STARS
**Copy Provided by Netgalley and Tule Publishing for an honest review**
This is a sweet read that motors along fairly quickly, but is also fairly predictable.
Hope is currently living abroad in San Michele and has escaped her life back home in England. She has travelled well and has picked up lots of skills and is getting better at learning languages, however she is currently dog sitting for a wealthy family.
Jonas keeps secrets that eventually lead to a breakdown of trust and Hope's broken trust issues.
The ending is good, the friends that Hope has are lovely, but somehow it felt a little flat for me. Will be iterating to see how the next authors follow on with the story.