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    happily ever after

    Jason has been in love with Julie for a long time, but she always blamed him for things that happened in the past. When something happens he has the chance to protect her and tell her the truth, and as they spend time together she begins to fall in love with him. Will they have a future together?
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    Great hero; oblivious heroine

    The premise of this book is that Jason has loved Julie since the first moment he saw her when she was a freshman in high school and he was a junior. But he didn’t do anything about it because she had immediately begun dating a guy who used to be his friend. But he soon realizes that Billy is actually a really terrible person, but he doesn’t say or do anything to warn Julie. Apparently, just about everyone around Julie knows how awful Billy is, but no one warns her. Then her parents die when she’s 20 years old and she bravely drops out of college and buys a food truck to support her and her 12-year old brother. Jason loves her from afar, but doesn’t say or do much of anything until five years later when she suddenly, out-of-the blue is threatened. Now he’ll do anything to protect her and her brother. At first she resists but, because it’s a romance novel, she comes to realize how great a guy Jason really is. He does seem like a great guy. But she seems rather oblivious to have taken about a decade to figure out who her real friends were. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book that I received from Netgalley; however, the opinions are my own and I did not receive any compensation for my review.
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    A feel good, sweet romance.

    Elise Manion's "Jason's Princess" will give you a King-sized happy bug. Julie Armstrong is a well rounded character whose circumstances in life have resulted in her growing up very quickly. She exudes strength, grace and kindness and is very likeable along with her brother, Charlie. The King family is wonderful and every character has a uniqueness that is hard to forget. I really loved Camille King's way of punishing her boys when they misbehaved in their younger years. Jason King's character is very interesting as one gets a chance to see him through different lenses. At the end of the book, you cannot help but have a soft corner for him. Elise's writing and transitions between the past and present moments is well done and though the plot is a simple one, it is full of earnest and sweet moments. A feel good book which celebrates taking chances, changing perceptions and listening to your heart at all times. I look forward to reading the King Brothers series. A thank you to VoraciousReadersOnly for giving me a free review copy of this book via the author.
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