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Royal Date (The Royals of Monterra Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Kat was such a likable character. She had a rough childhood, but she made sure not to follow in her parents footsteps. She is determined to have a better life and to make smart choices. I really respected her for that. Nico was great as well, I love how he "got" Kat. They have a great connection and it was fun to watch their relationship grow. The side characters were also a lot of fun and added a lot to the story.
I just thought this was a lot of fun and was hard to put down. In fact, once I started I couldn't put it down. The romance was great and even though they came from two very different backgrounds, you can totally see them make it as a couple. I highly recommend this to everyone!
Romance: Clean, mild innuendo and kissing
Language: None that I remember
Other: Mild talk of drug use, in a negative light
Read Again: Absolutely!
The book did suffer from adding in details whose only purpose seemed to be to drive something in the plot, and then were just dropped (or didn't become as important as I thought they should be). The big ones: the skiing accident -- served to get Kat staying at the palace, but then her injuries were barely mentioned from there on out, and it just felt like they would have been bothering her in some of those situations; and the childhood trauma -- served to slow things down with Kat and Nico and show why she was a unicorn, but just felt like an afterthought at times when it could have been worked into the plot and her character more. I also was a NOT AT ALL a fan of the Seamus O'Brien stuff. I guess I just could not buy that there was even a glimmer of a thought of betraying the royal family for money...honest to goodness, I couldn't believe it. Maybe I'm naive. Maybe I just didn't quite get the full effect that being poor had on Kat, but it just felt like a plot device. Thank goodness it wrapped up way better than I was expecting, but it was one of those tiny plot pieces that gave my tummy cramps b/c I disliked it so much.
Now saying all that, notice I still gave this book 4 stars! Which means that while those things bothered me, the adorableness of the story was enough to make me still really enjoy myself. I seriously hope there's a Lemon/Dante story in the works!! Or Rafe...that boy needs a love story.
In this story, you meet Kat MacTaggart. She is on a holiday vacation with her best friend Lemon. She has a distinct plan for her life and she is determined to let nothing get in her way. That includes HRH Prince Nico. The fact that she wants nothing to do with him is only the first thing which intrigues him. The question remains, how far will Kat go to keep him away?
I really enjoyed a nice clean read. Nico and Kat's story was funny, heartbreaking and lovable. I cried, laughed out loud, and with certain parts, I was mad! I have said in my other reviews, that if an author can bring out those emotions in a reader, you know you found an awesome author!
Will recommend to all my friends who loves to read.