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- Print Length: 354 pages
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- Publisher: Curiosity Quills Press (November 16, 2015)
- Publication Date: November 16, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B014U6D2SQ
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #351,713 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Inconceivable! is part sweet romance, part gritty drama. Hattie and John’s love grows under the scrutiny of an entire country- but they still face many of the same struggles as us commoners. Hattie deals with hurtful friends and stubborn in-laws, all while struggling to hold on to her identity in her marriage. When she gets the baby-bug and decides she is ready to be a mom- at first everyone is ecstatic. Pressure mounts, however, when it becomes obvious that it may not be as easy as it should for 20-something newly weds to conceive. Add to it the fact that Hattie is supposed to birth a future king? Things get tense.
Without giving too much away- I will finish by saying that though some scenes are tear-jerkers, Hattie and John do find their happily ever after- and it is one that will leave you with the warm fuzzies.
I recommend this book for anyone who likes their fairy-tale romance with a heaping helping of real life thrown in for good measure. I thoroughly enjoyed INCONCEIVABLE! and look forward to Ms. Wren’s future books.
Tegan Wren’s debut novel does not disappoint. This is a story that will make you laugh, make you rethink your pre-conceived notions of the royal life, and help you empathize with the real world challenges of infertility.
The writing is smooth, the characters are real, the dialogues witty, and their challenges rendered by an experts scalpel. I was pulled deep into the world, very quickly. I’ve always enjoyed stories of the rich and famous, so when I saw that this story is about a Royal Prince, falling for just an average American woman, I wanted to see how this story would evolve. The book did not disappoint. The impact of the paparazzi, the pressure of expectations from the royal family, and the potential betrayal of anyone was front and center. And when the couple face conception challenges, the world around them implodes.
On another note, I think most people don’t really get how hard it is on a couple who are dealing with infertility. Whether you’ve gone through it or not, the author puts the reader deep into the heart of the matter. You will walk alway with empathy and a renewed respect for those who are trying so hard to build a family.
I highly recommend this book!
The story starts with Hatty and John, a prince no less, meeting in a karaoke bar. Hatty is a reporter and this could be her big break, reporting on the royals. As she and John get closer, the reporting part of her life gets harder. That part of the story was fun to read, watching as Hatty starts to get to know John better and as she realizes that there is so much that has to be 'off the record'.
While Hatty is getting a tour of the royal home, they stop in to look at the family library. I love the following line since I am a library lover and have worked in one for many years. It warms my heart when authors acknowledge the importance of libraries and the passion some of us have for them.
"Libraries are magical. I could spend hours surrounded by books. It's like hanging out with your closest friends."
Prince John and Hatty also take a tour of the cathedral, another one of my favorite parts of the story. Tegan writes so very well when she is describing the beauty of the building, that I felt like I was there with them. I love it when the author's words can transport me to another place.
I have to admit that it took me a long time to warm up to Prince John. I had a hard time trusting him and I did not want to see Hatty get hurt. The royal family and their traditions are very strong, maybe too strong to allow Hatty and John to find the happiness they are seeking.Read more ›
When Tegan contacted me about her debut novel I was really excited! The blurb caught my attention immediately. And can I just say how beautiful that cover is?! AMAZING!
The first chapter in this book is perfect. The way the characters are introduced, the setting and Hatty and John’s first encounter. A beginning can hardly be more gripping and engaging.
So, the story follows Hatty, she is a reporter/journalist to be and does an internship as part of her studies. Her boss wants her to cover the royals, so she sees herself going to all these events. Instead of covering the events though, she spends more and more time with the prince himself. They start dating. I think they had something special from the start and I loved seeing their relationship develop.
You think dating a prince would be sweet and great all the time, but they had to deal with his family from the start and for Hatty it was a big change to adapt to that other kind of lifestyle. That showed how deep and true her feelings for John were from the start. Also John came across really caring and just wonderful, sometimes I even forgot he was a prince.
At the beginning their relationship developed in a good pace, but then I felt it all happened really fast with engagement and marriage. This was the only part of the story that bothered me a little bit, I just kept on thinking that with the royals nowadays it wouldn’t be very realistic. I still enjoyed seeing how they grew stringer as a couple. They shared some very passionate and adorable moments.
With marriage came the pressure to produce an heir to take the throne some day.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book got me on page one. Throughout the book I kept saying to myself this and this is going to happen, I was surprised at the end and had me smilingPublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Inconceivable breaks traditional romance genre rules by deviating from cliché and predictability in plot. I laughed and cried while reading this lovely story. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Bekah H.
This book reads like a fairy tale dream I would have as a little girl. Tegan has expanded on that idea and brought a very real problem that many people struggle with everyday to... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Jackie G.
Cute for the infertility hit a bit too close to home to be truly objective of the book.Published 1 month ago by Michelle
I really enjoyed this book, particularly the fact that the main character was a normal, ordinary girl put into a difficult position (dealing with the royal family). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Erin K
Good book. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I had hoped that the ending would have been a little more revealing but it was still a good ending.Published 1 month ago by Bookie Carp
I got this book for FREE from a website and I am SO TIRED of having this on my UNreviewed page on Amazon. They clog my page getting in the way of other orders I HAVE used. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gaia