Sunday, September 5, 2010

The Princess's Bride by K.T. Grant

Title: The Princess’s Bride
Author: K.T. Grant
Publisher: Ravenous Romance
ISBN: ISBN-13:978-1-60777-356-6
Genre: Historical
Length: Novel
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Rating: 4.5 Diamonds
Heat Level: Erotic
Other: oral play, GLBT
Reviewer: Sky
Date: 9/5/10

Anyone who says a princess the housekeeper’s daughter can’t be together haven’t met Chelsey and Daisy. Although they come from different worlds, these two share a heart. But when Daisy’s daddy, the exiled king, finds out, he drives Chelsey away, and the two are separated by years and oceans. Which changes the equation to: can a princess and a pirate be together?

I enjoyed this story. K.T. Grant’s characters are likeable people, who I would love to know. Their devotion to each other under circumstances which are difficult at the very least, is charming, and the reader will feel their pain when they are separated. The villain, who I shall allow the reader to meet for herself, is a very bad person, and the backdrop of kingdoms and pirate ships will makes for a fun read. The reader will root for these women to find a way to be together, against all odds.

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