Book Review – One Night With The Prince

Synopsis: The beautiful land of Bantaniomos had everything – the great smell of the ocean, the pathways were made of cobblestone, and the streets were gray bricks. The buildings looked like they were centuries old, but they had been kept up. And the best thing? They had a hunk as a Prince.

But for Anna from Montana, going there was the perfect escape from her usual life, and she didn’t care much for the Prince – until she was suddenly kidnapped and was woken up in a palace.

She suddenly found herself in a competition for the Prince’s heart – Anna sure doesn’t know how, but she knew that she had to stay away from the Prince as much as she could. With her mischievous ways and un-royal manners, she was sure that the Prince wouldn’t pick her.

But what if the Prince was as determined to be with her as she was determined to stay away from him?

With over 12 million reads on Wattpad, experience “One Night with the King” meets “Princess Diaries” told with humor in this young adult romantic comedy for all ages and find out what happens when a person goes from nada to royalty.

If I could describe this book in one word I would call it cotton candy (ok, so maybe two words…). It was sweet, cute and fluffy (the good stuff) and left me unfulfilled and probably with some cavities (the bad stuff). I wouldn’t go as far as to say I didn’t like it but I also wouldn’t say I loved it either. Do you see how conflicted I am? I would say this is more of the kind of book you would read when you’re bored or something light that you would take to the beach. If you’re looking for a bit more depth (like I was) you may be disappointed as certain aspects of the book (examples: her even being allowed to stay in the competition at all and the nicknames she gives everyone) may make you annoyed (very annoyed).

Rating: 2/5


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