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- Print Length: 101 pages
- Publisher: HQN Books (November 1, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 1, 2017
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075JFLCZ4
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A Very Merry Princess Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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The author opens with her own forminable task as a writer: “De-princessing one’s life wasn’t the easiest thing in the world.” So Princess Bethany of El Bahar since age 12, now 26, early in life decided to help out as a groom in her King Dad’s horse stables. She loves horses more than being a princess! Her King Dad sells one of her favorite horses, Rida, to an American rancher. Bethany asks to go along to make sure Rida gets safely to the new owner.
Bethany doesn’t want to go as royalty but as plain Beth Smith, a stable hand and horse groomer. She carries out her new identity well, so well that when she falls madly in love with rancher Cade on that ranch, complications follow, including “mad love.” From that arise many natural and humorous as well as tense situations.
But what will happen if Cade learns the truth? The author skillfully lays the groundwork for all plot developments so they're believable. But – not all plans work out as hoped for by either Bethany or Cade. Broken hearts—ah yes, that’s usually central to a good romantic novel.
I don't read many romance novels but this one was a good read.
When her father, the King, sold her favorite horse to a young man who lived around the world in Happily Inc, she persuaded him to send her, as plain Beth Smith, to oversee the horse’s adaptation to its new home. The horses‘ s new owner had been hurt by a wealthy, snobbish girl who felt he was fine to play with, but not to marry.
Beth’s lie about who she was meant he would never trust her and she once again felt she had failed being a normal,ordinary person.
An typical Susan Mallory romance with well crafted story, interesting people you want as friends and problems that are of their own making, but hurt nonetheless.
Even though it was short, I liked Beth's down to earth, hard working ethics. Cade, once he realized his error in sending her away, without accepting her confession and declaration of love, he did what any cowboy would do... chase the woman of his dreams!
Well written, short and sweet!
The king has sold her favorite stallion. She will be the groom that flies with the horse and stays until she is certain the horse is comfortable in his new home. She also has the king's promise that if the place is not a good place, she can bring the horse back home.
On her trip she will be Beth. She would prefer that people not know she is a princess. A princess is not treated like a regular person, and she yearns to be a regular person.
She is going to California where Cade is waiting with excitement to accept the horse he has purchased. He is buying the horse ranch from his grandfather and is working on creating an outstanding equine line.
Both Beth ad Cade have past histories of disappointment in love. So, when there is an immediate attraction between the two, both of them are surprised.
This is a quick read. The story is fun. It is a fairy tale building to a happily ever after. The journey is an entertaining one. Ms Mallery has provided a sweet tale of love.
Bethany wanted to know what it was like not to be treated as royalty.
When she had a chance to visit California, she did not hesitate.
Here, she would be Beth Smith instead of Princess Bethany of El Bahar.
Cade had been hurt before by some snob socialite.
He did not want to get involved w/ those kinds of women again.
One time was too many!
When he meets Beth Smith, he is instantly attracted.
And an added bonus, she is just like the girl-next-door type of woman.
When secrets are revealed, will Cade still risk his heart?
I loved the storytelling.
I was so glad that Cade was not the stubborn sort + went after Bethany.
Love always wins in the end.