Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Modern Princesses Release Tour: Book Review: Right Princess

Autumn Archer’s modern Princess and the Pea retelling follows Ada in her search for the right guy in RIGHT PRINCESS. Readers who love friends to lovers will love this new adult romance. The next installment of the Modern Princess Collection is now LIVE!

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Ada is the daughter of jewelery designer royalty. An age-old contract stipulates that as she is the next in line to take over the family legacy, she must marry wealth. Ada goes to Camelot for both education & to find a suitor. She attends incognito as doesn't want people to know who she is.

Theo Hunter is the bar manager of The Reef and becomes her best friend. They do everything together. He dates a string of women bc he can’t find the right girl... even though he knows Ada is that girl ... but she’s infatuated with her roomie's big brother, Ro Huxley.

Ro Huxley will inherit billions. He’s the captain of the football team and drop-dead gorgeous...the ideal candidate for marriage but is he the right one for Ada?

 Review: Back at Camelot U we have another wealthy girl on the lookout for her prince charming. In a take on the Princess and the Pea, Ada is well...a bit irksome, but also her shallow weirdness is suitable as a college age girl, in that can't see your nose in front of your face kinda way that young girls often are.

She has an insane crush on her roomie's brother, and said brother is really a douche canoe, albeit a hot one. Theo is her boss at the bar, and just a few years older. Its obvious that he has feelings for her too, yet getting Ada to change her focus from one guy to the other is kinda like talking to a brick wall.

She's obsessed with Ro.

Again, that's typical young girl behavior, so I won't fault it, too much. I think we've all been there.

This is a friends to lovers romance, but I have to say, the characters are all a bit hard to like at times. Ro is a douche but this near 46 year old remembers her 20 something self and I know that at that age, you oftentimes only care about a guy being gorgeous and not about the important stuff, like, is he a nice guy or is he a neanderthal. 

Theo is a tad more likable, but he is prone to tantrums which got to be annoying because he never told Ada how he felt. 

Of the Modern Princesses books, I'd say this one is definitely geared more towards a younger audience. Yes any group can read it, but its hard to identify with these prince and princesses.

Its still a fun story if you are a new adult fan and if you really love fairy tale retellings.

Rating: 4 flowers

About Autumn
A Northern Irish #1 Bestselling Romance Author who thrives on gin and the written word. She's a mother to two cool kids, two cute dogs and has a fluffle of wild rabbits in the back garden. Between working in the city during the day, entertaining the brood, feeding the husband and cuddling with the pups, she somehow manages to write romance.

She delves into the darker element of life at times giving her romantic suspense books a curious edge, with alpha men who have to work hard to win over strong women. That being said, she also loves to write sweet and swoony books that make you fall hard. The stories always have a heap of sexy scenarios that are best enjoyed by adults.


About the Modern Princess Collection

Once upon a kiss, a modern romance becomes a fairytale.

The prestigious Camelot University comes fully equipped with elitist guys, a castle, and a Glass Ball, but these self-proclaimed princesses don’t need crowns to prove their worth. They’ve taken love and life into their own hands and written their own fairytale.

Follow seven of your favorite fairytale heroines as they find their happily ever after, in these standalone, contemporary romance novels. The ladies of Cam U are a dangerous combination of cute and badass, full of attitude and imperfections, and an innocence only fairytales can convey.

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