A funny feelgood read with a Cinderella twist.
Thank you to Rachel for the invite to the tour and the publishers for the gifted copy of the book in return for a fair and honest review.
How (Not) To Date A Prince
Surely fairy tales don’t happen in real life?
After being jilted at the altar, high-flying journalist Sam doesn’t believe in love any more – and she certainly doesn’t believe in fairy tales! So, when she’s asked to cover the Royal Wedding, it’s the last thing she wants to do.
And when she crashes into a ridiculously handsome stranger, Anders, things go from bad to worse. But as the big day draws closer, Sam finds herself being swept up in the excitement – as well as swept off her feet by Anders!
But there’s something that Anders is hiding from her – and when he finally reveals his secret, might Sam just have the happy-ever-after she never thought she wanted…?
I am a huge romantic who loves a Disney happy ever after, so I was very excited to read the blurb for this book.
I did think when I started to read, I had guessed what would happen but actually I was surprised and I always like a surprise in a book.
I liked Sam she was ballsy and driven and she is horrified when her boss Phil moves her from the politics side of the newspaper where she works to cover the Royal Wedding of a reality star from Britain and a Norwegian prince.
This funny and easy read takes Sam to journalist areas never experienced before and the floristry workshop made me laugh out loud.
I also liked that she stays true to herself without giving away any spoilers.
A perfect book to read on the beach or snuggled on the sofa with a big bar of chocolate or a glass of something fizzy.
Pure escapism with the great shoes, friendship and fun.
Fellow romantics will love it.
Author Bio –
Zoe May lives in Oxford and writes romantic comedies. Zoe has dreamt of being a novelist since she was a teenager. She spent her twenties living in London, where she worked in journalism and copywriting before writing her debut novel, Perfect Match. Having experienced the London dating scene first hand, Zoe could not resist writing a novel about dating, since it seems to supply endless amounts of weird and wonderful material!
Perfect Match was one of Apple’s top-selling books of 2018. It was also shortlisted for the Romantic Novelists’ Association’s Joan Hessayon Award, with judges describing it as ‘a laugh out loud look at love and self-discovery – fresh and very funny’.
As well as writing, Zoe enjoys walking her dog, painting and, of course, reading.
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