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  • Recommended read!

    A wonderful tale of a young woman not only discovering that she is adopted but that she may well be a real life princess. Her parents were wonderful people but they are gone now and she has a chance to meet her biological father and discover where she came from. She wants to explore the country of Coronia and get to know her father before letting everyone know that she, Holly Yates, is actually the lost princess of Coronia. Felix, the one everyone thought would take over the throne, is wonderful and helps her see the country and learn the ways of Coronia. The two become very close but they know their time is limited before her returns to NY. Will Holly take over the throne and will her story have the fairy tale happily ever after? Definitely a book I recommend to everyone.

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  • The Lost Princess

    The perfect Christmas fairy tale of a lost princess. Holly is at her wits end after loosing her parents and mounting bills when she finds out that she was adopted and now might be the lost princess of Coronia. Her birth father, the king has one last wish on his death bed to find his daughter before he dies. Felix, soon to be prince ( he does not want) goes to the states to find Holly. He will whisk her off to Coronia to meet her father. Everyone falls in love with Holly, and even Felix. I so enjoyed this Christmas fairy tale. Great characters and very descriptive writing of the scenes. I high recommend this book. I received this book from Netgalley for an honest review.

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  • A Royal Christmas Princess

    Loved. Loved. Loved this romantic Christmas story. What little girl doesn't dream of being a princess, living in a castle and being surrounded by beautiful scenery? Holly sure did when she was little. Little did she know that she would be experiencing the fantasy at twenty-five years young. The characters were right on, the detailed descriptions of the castle and country will take you there in a blink of an eye and the plot is classic but not boring or overplayed. I could see this book being made into a Hallmark Christmas movie. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

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  • Christmas Princess

    A Royal Christmas Princess by Scarlet Wilson is a sweet fairy tale type of story and is also part of the Royal Christmas series. It is a charming story that focuses on finding an unknown princess for a small European country before the ruling Prince dies. Holly has been holding down at least three jobs to help pay the bills following her parent’s illnesses and death. She decided it was more important to have a flexible schedule in order to take care of them than find the perfect job. One wintry day while walking dogs, one of her jobs, she became aware of the search for a missing princess,the Lost Princess of Coronia. As part of the coverage, a picture was shown of a baby in a dress. Holly knows that picture as it used to be on her mother’s dresser. Holly returns home to search for the picture. As she does, she encounters other paperwork, showing that she was adopted along with other mementos and documents. Holly takes these belongings to the people searching for the princess. Felix de Luca was an almost Prince. Or he would be, if they didn’t find another heir before Prince Alfred died. He was some very distant relative on his mother’s side. He was in charge of the search. Within minutes of meeting Holly, he knew she was the one, even before having a DNA test preformed. He would have preferred to stay in America, running his business conglomerate, than take over as the Prince of Coronia. Holly agrees to travel to Coronia and learn more about the place as long as Felix is her tour guide. Felix not only accompanies Holly around the country, but helps her have fun in the country near the Alps. Holly helps Felix remember why he loved his country before leaving it behind. It didn’t hurt that they are each falling for each other. One of my favorite scenes takes place in the library. Holly had worked part-time in a library back home and knew how to appreciate the room and all of the historical, and valuable, books housed in there. It felt like a scene out of Beauty and the Beast. This was a sweet, fun and entertaining story with very likeable and authentic characters that you want to cheer on, hoping for that happy ending. The characters were well written with complex characteristics. The story line was riveting and kept my attention to the very end. The story line was riveting and kept my attention to the very end. I genuinely enjoyed reading this book and had trouble putting this book down, reading it in one day. I highly recommend this book to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

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  • LOVED

    LOVED this book! This is a delightful and sweet tale about a lost princess. After a long search, they believe that they have found the lost princes, but she is a mediocre young woman in Baltimore that is juggling three jobs and dire financial straits. Despite this, she isn't sure she wants to be a princess and all that it entails. This is a wonderful novel that shows a young woman with deep character and convictions, but not much else. If is refreshing to read a novel like this and fans of the genre will love this book. This i the first book I've read by this author, but it won't be the last. I've added her to my must read authors' list.

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