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    A cute and inspiring fairy tail !

    A very cute and passionate fairy tail ! I loved the protagonists how they evolved through their emotional pain, how they try to communicate about their feelings with each other, that gives a realistic view of human's vulnerability; the way love and relationships are depicted is mature and inspiring. I loved this story !
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    Another winner in the series

    I think this was one of my favorites of the series so far, just below the utterly adorable novella, Can't Escape Love. Initially, I was a bit concerned because Nya seemed rather naive and timid and that's not how I like my heroines. However, she quickly showed that although her upbringing had conditioned her to bend to her father's and to other peoples' wills, she has solid steel at her core, she just hasn't had much of a chance to develop confidence and trust in her own instincts. Her father (who tried to poison various people in the first book) really did a number on her, so it was even more admirable that she's come as far as she has in shaking that early conditioning off. We've seen Johan previously in his role as the "bad boy" prince, so getting to see the lovely, sensitive guy underneath all of the theatrics was also a treat. As I read the book, I knew that if he could conquer his own demons and his fear of really opening his heart to another person, that he'd be the perfect match for Nya. Along with their developing romance, there was a subplot relating to the potential abolishment of the monarchy in Johan's country that added interest to the plot and provided the impetus for them to agree on a fake engagement. I loved that Johan didn't play any games about his reasoning or try to deceive Nya in any way (other then hiding his deepening feelings for her). Instead, he treated her as an adult and a partner and laid out the whole situation for her so that she could make an informed decision. All in all, another great entry in the series. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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