Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Review: PART TIME PRINCESS by Pamela DuMond

A girl masquerading as a part-time princess.

Lucy is out-of-work and down on her luck when she takes a job playing the part of Lady Elizabeth to keep her prince at home interested. Suddenly, she was a princess-in-training, going through an Eliza Doolittle makeover.

I liked Lucy. She was tough and witty and ready to handle anything.  The twist is when this fake princess is caught between two dashing princes. The problem was that Lucy was secretly turned on by the wrong brother. Still, she had a job to do and, by god, she will stick with it.

In the midst of this journey, we encounter the ladies in waiting, which were annoying.

A light and airy novel. Story lagged considerably in the 2nd half. The two guys don’t really fight over Lucy (I was kinda hoping for one,) and there was no real danger of people figuring out who Lucy really was. The romance and drama were watered down. I was expecting more.

Overall, this was okay, but tapered off in the end.

My rating: 3 stars

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