Monday, September 14, 2009

This book I finished reading about a month ago. It is a very light reading, no pressure just a very enjoyable one.

Again, here is a book review by

Plot Summary of The Princess
"Aria is a princess from a distant land who is in danger. J.T. find the princess washed up on the shore near the Florida Keys and revives her. To escape her enemies, they return to her homeland with Aria acting as an American Bride to J.T. and Aria finds in the process that she just might not mind being J.T.'s wife after all. But would he make a suitable king? They must find a way to rescue her country from the people trying to usurp her and she must choose between the man she loves or the country she loves."
Brandy Todd, Resident Scholar

Ratings are on a 1-10 scale (Low to High)
Time/era of story - 1930's-1950's
Forbidden/mismatched love? Yes
How mismatched? - royalty loving nonroyalty
If one lover chases another... - they alternate

Main Male Character
Profession/status: - navy soldier
Age/status: - 20's-30's

Main Female Character - 20's-30's
Profession/status: - Prince/Nobleman/King

United States Yes
The US: - Southeast
Misc setting - Fancy Mansion - resort/hotel - fort/military installation

Person - mostly 3rd
Accounts of torture and death? - no torture/death
What % of story is romance related? - 50%
Sex in book? Yes
What kind of sex: - vague references
Focus of story - equally on him and her
How much dialog - roughly even amounts of descript and dialog
How much sexing? - 1-2 sex acts

1 comment:

  1. I agree - this is definitely a fun read (it's on my bookshelf :o)