- File Size: 406 KB
- Print Length: 191 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Tule Publishing (October 13, 2017)
- Publication Date: October 13, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075KJ92TH
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #240,011 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Prince's Bride (Royal Wedding Invitations Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Jonas is on holidays from his life doing what he loves spending time in the forrest of his country when he meets a gorgeous woman Hope and yes can it be love at first sight but will keeping things to himself help or not.
Love can be an uphill battle when trust is involved and things are not bought out into the open, Hope has always disliked being in the limelight after what happened with her father and when she finds out who Jonas is this turns things around big time. Jonas never gives up, he loves Hope and does what he can to convince her and love wins out.
I did enjoy this one the first in a series and I look forward to the others I do love royal weddings.
We are first introduced to the hard working, yet friendly and relatable, His Serene Highness Prince Jonas of San Michele. He is an attorney in the family law firm, but he must also satisfy his royal obligations at the palace. He maintains balance in his life by serving as a Volunteer Ranger in the Royal Forest preserve.
One fine day…he meets the lovely Hope Kennard, lost in his woods. Hope is in San Michele, house and dog sitting. She is traveling the world as a young adult to find herself. As the story continues, we learn that she has mostly overcome a sad and troubling event from her past.
When Prince Jonas, dressed as a Ranger encounters Hope, it is love at first sight and their accidental meeting leads to a month of fun experiences- trips, lunches, dinners, and an exciting storm in the forest. Romance buds and blossoms. “Hope kissed him back with abandon.” Both seem on the path to “Happily Ever After”.
Until…Hope learns that Range Jonas is really Prince Jonas. Because of her sad past, she has no tolerance for lies. Is this the evil spell that will doom their romance?
Author Sophie Weston has crafted a modern day fairy tale that I adored and I highly recommend this book, which fortunately is the first in the Royal Wedding Invitations series. Both main characters in this book are well-developed and are presented as solid and thoughtful people, dealing with their own special lives. There is a good mixture of clean romance, some exciting events and humor. The story takes place in San Michele and London and both places are well described and come alive in the book. The supporting characters, including Hope’s best friends and Jonas’ family, are well-crafted and mutli-dimensional. I also enjoyed the authors narrative voice-it was clear and engaging. And who hasn’t dreamed of marrying a prince and becoming a princess? Enjoy!
The Prince's Bride is an entertaining read with some angst. Characters made mistakes making them normal like the rest of us. The plot is focused on the romance and the characters ability to work through their individual issues. Not too long of a story with a pleasing conclusion.
An ARC of the book was given to me by the publisher through Net Galley.
Most of us could understand the desire of a prince who has just met a lovely, interesting woman who does not recognize him to allow friendship or more to develop between them before revealing his true identity, titles included. We might not like it, but I believe we’d understand why at least. Hope’s trust in Jonas was shattered when she discovered who he also is and their story is Jonas coming to understand just how important the absolute truth is to Hope… and Hope coming to realize that while he did omit something vital, Jonas has also gone to great lengths to make up for that and prove his honest love for her. I enjoyed their story. If I was more on the team Jonas side well that didn’t mean I couldn’t see Hope’s point but her ridged mindset at times made her not so likable for me. With several interesting and intriguing secondary characters being introduced in this first world building story, now I’m hooked on looking for the other stories to come in this series. I would recommend The Prince’s Bride for any Romance reader and suspect that you’ll easily get caught up in the rest of the series as well.
*I received an e-ARC of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley. That does not change what I think of this story. It is my choice to leave a review giving my personal opinion about this book.*
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