- File Size: 1542 KB
- Print Length: 254 pages
- Publisher: Swerve (September 4, 2018)
- Publication Date: September 4, 2018
- Sold by: Macmillan
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079RLT55Q
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,858 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Kiss the Girl: The Naughty Princess Club Kindle Edition
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Getting to know Ariel in the past books, it goes without saying that her inner-self is endearing. For all of her confidence building with the other characters, I was actually not surprised to see her with her own insecurities. Her character is written very realistically in that manner.
Is it okay for me to swoon a little? I mean COME ON! This book is more than swoon-worthy. The push and pull with these characters. The inner struggles. The sexual angst. The boat full of lust and wanting. Adding in the complexities of life, this book was a sea of torment for me.
I couldn't put this book down. I couldn't wait for Ariel to get her happily ever after. It was time that Ariel got her prince!
In Kiss the Girl we finally get to the feisty Ariel and the very tolerant, Eric. To be honest, I wasn’t that impressed when I started reading. I was worried that I had set too high an expectation that Ariel was going to be this confident woman who was totally in control. Yep, you guessed it, she’s human, flaws and all. I was also a little concerned that Eric seemed to love Ariel who absolutely hated him. It seemed like he had a screw loose. What could he possibly see in someone who swore and sneered at him on a regular basis?
Once the pieces fall into place we start to understand where Ariel has been and what has shaped her choices and how she came to be financially ruined. By the end, I got exactly what I was hoping for. Ariel regained her confidence, was again out-spoken, feisty and completely in control. Eric, well he was just plain dreamy. I loved that he understood Ariel, wanted her from their first meeting and set a game plan to Kiss the Girl.
It’s a funny thing, in each instalment of this series, I meet the heroine and convince myself there’s no way I’m going to love this story. The females seem weak and silly, gullible and lacking in common sense. Well, Tara Sivec writes magic very convincingly. She pulls out her magic wand, and with a bibbidi-bobbidi-boo, I’m seeing a strong, intelligent and confident and savvy woman. Magic, I tell you. Each of these women grows so much throughout their story and through the whole series. Not just because they found the men in their lives. These women’s lives are enhanced because of their man. Their success was of their own making.
I absolutely LOVED the connection between each story and a fairytale. I felt like such a goose for not identifying each one as it arises and only realising after reading that thing over and over and over again. I’m not going to tell you them, but I wonder if you’ll recognise them the first glimpse or the 3rd, 5th or 10th?
I’m sad that this series has come to an end. I did meet a few characters whom I would love to meet again. There’s a certain lawyer that I would love to see find her happy ever after.
Kiss the Girl was so much fun. Even while Ariel was experiencing some of the most difficult and trying moments in her life, Eric added levity to the scenes to keep them from being overwhelming – both to Ariel and to the readers. They had such a fun dynamic, both giving as well as they got without pushing the limit between teasing into just being mean. I had loved their back and forth in the previous two books, and it was even better in this one.
Hands down the best part of this book was Ariel’s growth arc. For all her bluster, she was quite broken on the inside. I loved how her friends and Eric carefully helped her to discover her strength and self-confidence. It was wonderful to see the person she was on the inside grow to match the smart-mouthed, tough, confident woman she projected on the outside.
Kiss the Girl is the third and final book in Tara Sivec’s Naughty Princess Club series. These books are interconnected standalones and can be enjoyed independently. The threads of their friendship and shared business ties all the books together and, of course, reading all the books in order will give you the most comprehensive reading experience, but you won’t be lost if you only read one. Kiss the Girl is narrated in first-person perspective by Ariel.
Tara Sivec is a heavy hitter in the romance community. She writes romcoms and heavy, emotional books with equal skill. While I’ve always been a huge fan of her more serious work, I’m happy to have tried these lighter books because it gave me a greater understanding of her skill.