I've read better Elizabeth Hoyt before. The book got boring after a bit.
This is what I'm talking about. This is the Hoyt I remember and love.
After the disappointing two books from the Princes trilogy, I was not hoping for much from its finale. But I had a gut feeling that this one might be different. I felt it when I read the blurb and I'm glad to say that I was right.
Simon's inner conflict and the cute romance between the H/h really made me enjoy the book.
And omg, thank God Hoyt was finally able to incorporate the prince's fairytale properly into the story.
Not up to Hoyt's usual standard. Couldn't finish this book.. The beginning was ok but Lucy had about as much personality as a cardboard box. No man real or imagined would spend more than 5 minutes with her.Simon wasn't much better.
Seemed very rushed and undeveloped with no chemistry between the leading characters. Hot sex with no chemistry is pretty much unreadable.
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