Book Review

THE RUNAWAY PRINCESS
by Hester Browne

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance

2012 Contemporary Love & Laughter Nominee

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Many women, as little girls, dream of being swept off their feet by Prince Charming. This novel takes that concept a step further by describing, in grave detail, what steps a woman must endure to become a potential princess. Browne gives us a peek into royalty and proves that, with or without a crown, we are all just people at the end of the day with regular emotions. The characters are thoroughly developed, and each of the 448 pages is necessary to craft this tale into the page-turner that it is. A delightful story from start to finish!

Gardener Amy Wilde has never had much luck with the opposite sex, and due to family scandal, she purposely keeps a low profile. But when she meets Leo Wolfsburg, a man she can easily talk to, she is excited about the prospect of starting a relationship. Her fears surface when she finds out that Leo has royal blood and his grandfather is the prince of Nirona. All of a sudden, she is thrust into the limelight and forced to adhere to the laws of the rich and regal. Part of Amy wants to listen to her heart and make every effort to please Leo and his family. The other side of her wonders if love is worth the many sacrifices she is forced to make. (GALLERY, Oct., 448 pp., $16.00)

Reviewed By: B. Nakia Garner

Publisher: GALLERY

Published: October 2012

Reader Rating

4.5 Stars

Average Rating: 4.5 Stars
(3 ratings)

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