- Her Patriotic Prince
- Ayla Asher
- October 9, 2020
- Kai Kennicott
- Wen Ross
- Manhattan Holiday Loves #3
Content-wise, this book leaves me having mixed feelings. I hate empty-headed patriots and patriotism with a passion. And I’ve spent a decent amount of time around people in child custody battles, who use their kids like pawns in a chess match. While I found myself enjoying the couple and their romance, the child custody scenes all had my blood boiling from all of the bad memories associated with that crap.
There were some refreshing aspects to this romance as well. I like how they didn’t need some premise to get to know each other and got right into the fun stuff. I enjoy all types of romance, and sometimes, I can do without the feelings and just enjoy the sex scenes, and this book has that, in sections. There’s a lot of drama in between, but it’s done well and the couple feels like they’re destined for each other. More so than the other four did from the last two books.
Both of the narrators did a fine job. What’s his name (and no, I still don’t know which is which, names aren’t my thing), couldn’t do an accent to save his life. I don’t think he even can, but the pair work off each other well, so I wouldn’t trade them for another narrator because of an accent if given the option. It’s just something to remember in the back of your brain or forget about.
It’s too short to be well-paced, but it still manages to tell an interesting and compelling story with plenty of well-done plot points along the way.
NOTE: This copy was provided to me free of charge as a digital review copy. The opinions stated in this review are mine and mine alone, I was not paid or requested to give this book a certain rating, suggestion, or approval.