The Cinderella Princess by Melissa McClone was a cute story. Luc made such a bad first impression when he met Emily that I couldn't help but laughing out loud as I was reading. I enjoyed watching their love unfold while Emily was focused on helping Luc find his future wife. The entire concept of this story was a great one. Spoiler Alert: there were a couple of things I would have liked to read tho: 1. Luc renouncing his title in front of his parents and their reactions; 2. A wedding or a little more beyond where the story ended; 3. At least 1 sex scene. I feel that they can enhance the story and this one was a little too G rated for my personal preferences. Overall, I did enjoy the story and it's one I could see myself picking up again. I give this book 4 stars and look forward to more from this author. Note: I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Thanks to a philandering
father, ad exec Emily Rodgers knows happily ever after doesn’t exist.
Relying on a man only leads to heartache. She takes care of herself, and
work defines her life. But Emily soon finds herself in the hands of a
real-life prince who defines the words charming and sexy. Not to mention
reckless. If Prince Lucas doesn’t find a royal bride, Emily’s dream of
being named a partner at the advertising firm will die.
fun-loving ways have made him a magnet for scandal. His father gives Luc
an ultimatum—find a wife on a reality TV show or be disowned. Rules
require him to marry nobility, but after he meets the uptight American
sent to find him find a princess bride, his search for Cinderella might
be over. Too bad Emily wants nothing to do with him. Perhaps he can show
her that fairytale endings can happen in real life…