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Review – To Kiss A Prince by Shéa MacLeod

Review – To Kiss A Prince by  Shéa MacLeodTo Kiss a Prince: Notting Hill Diaries 0.5 by Shéa MacLeod
Published by CreateSpace on January 31st 2015
Pages: 112
Source: Kindle Unlimited

Anna's life is falling apart. First she gets fired--totally not her fault!--and then she comes home to find her boyfriend in bed with the neighbor. But a job offer across the Pond gives her the perfect excuse to chuck it all and start again. As the nanny of adorable twins, she finds her new boss, Bella, cold and oh-so-proper, but Notting Hill is nothing short of magical. And as Valentine's Day approaches, Anna realizes anything is possible. Even capturing the heart of a prince. Notting Hill Diaries 0.5

Anna is having a bad day. She loses her job and finds her boyfriend cheating all at once. A serendipitous opportunity finds her to become a nanny in London. Anna takes it and moves to London. She finds herself in a new culture, and a new job, with lots of new challenges. Falling in love with a Prince is the last thing she expects.

In ” an Oyster Shell – A sweet little story morsel that gives you a taste of what the whole Notting Hill series might be like.

The Pearls – The small novella size was perfect for what I needed this week. I needed to get something read for the week and I wanted something short and sweet. This book fits that bill.

The concept of this story was unique despite the somewhat cliche? title. I did not see the twists coming. It was nice and refreshing. The conflict that came from the twists was catty and enjoyable, like a Jerry Springer episode. Maybe it was not so drastic but I really enjoyed it especially at the end.

The characters were well developed for being such a succinct story. The concise precision of this novella was really nice, I can’t say enough about it.

The Sand –  There was a plot hole and some typos.

3.5 Pearls!

3.5 Stars

About Shéa MacLeod

Shéa MacLeod has dreamed of writing novels since before she could hold a crayon. She totally blames her mother.

Her favorite poem as a child was ‘Jabberwocky’, and Her favorite authors were Agatha Christie and Edgar Allan Poe. Which probably explains a lot.

After a six year sojourn in London, England, a dearth of good donuts has driven her back to her hometown. She now resides in the leafy green hills outside Portland, Oregon where she indulges in her fondness for strong coffee, Ancient Aliens reruns, lemon curd, and dragons.

Because everything’s better with dragons.

Shéa is the author of the SUNWALKER SAGA (a fast paced urban fantasy series with a kick-ass heroine published by Montlake) and DRAGON WARS (a post-apocalyptic series with dragons)as well as the Cupcake Goddess novelettes.

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