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Book Review: The Inadvertent Princess by Carol Moncado

Title: The Inadvertent Princess

Author: Carol Moncado

Published: January 31, 2018

Series: Crowns & Courtships (Royals of San Majoria)

Page Length: 323 Pages

Book Summary:

Anabelle Gregorson is happy. More or less. She works for her best friend at a yarn shop in Akushla, is raising her little sister after the death of their parents, and just met the most handsome man she ever set eyes on. And he seems to like her too.

Prince Kensington of San Majoria never expected his time in Eyjania to result in love. But from the moment he met little Gracie, and her big sister, he was smitten, even if she doesn’t know who he is. He kind of likes having someone enjoy spending time with him and not his titles.

When Anabelle tells him she’s going to have to marry King Benjamin of Eyjania, Kensington can’t let it happen. They run off to elope, but the ceremony must occur before he has a chance to tell her the whole truth.

What will Anabelle think – and will their relationship survive the royal revelation? Even if it does, will angering the king and infuriating her powerful grandfather cause no end of trouble for the Inadvertent Princess?

Crowns & Courtships Novellas are companions to the main Crowns & Courtships series. It is not necessary to have read the novellas to enjoy the main series, but they add details and depth to some of the secondary and minor characters.

I have read all but one of Carol’s book and have enjoyed each of them. This one was no exception but I felt all the secondary storylines detracted in this book. There are so many characters and crossovers from her other books I struggled to remember who was who and which storyline went with which book. Even though the description says they can be read in any order, I would not start with this book as I don’t feel it’s one of the better ones.? That said I did enjoy it and will read her next one. Carol’s characters are very likable and I connect with them and enjoy her storylines.

Rating: 4 Stars

Source: Kindle Unlimited

Content: Clean

2018: Book #45