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  • Cute, fun, lighthearted

    Cute, fun, lighthearted, this book would be a good palate cleanser if you just read a heavy or angsty book and need a break. It's an enjoyable feel good-romance between a no-nonsense Vegas waitress and a royal from a fantasy kingdom. I realized it was the second in a series when I started reading, but it can be read as a standalone.

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  • Cleverly written story.

    My Best Friend’s Royal Wedding turned out to be a really good read. Author Romy Sommer brings humor and insight to a classic romance trope. Vegas waitress and college student Khara meets minor royal arrogant scumbag Adam at a casino dinner when she is his party’s server. He makes a terrible impression. A year later they meet again as maid of honor and best man at their mutual friends’ royal wedding. Adam has always relied on his charm to get his way, but Khara isn’t charmed...not one bit...well certainly not that she’d ever acknowledge, and she has a life plan. Adam’s royal uncle wants to make him his heir, but Adam hasn’t been in the small country in forever, and he has avoided responsibility for as long as he can remember. So we have oil and water and in Ms. Sommer’s capable hands the elements are shaken well with interesting situations, clever and often profound dialogue and yes, some heat. I totally enjoyed the time spent reading this delightful book and think you will also. I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book from NetGalley. Most highly recommend.

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  • 2.5 Stars

    I found the plot of this book formulaic. It was a fairly enjoyable read, the characters were predictable though which I always find ho-hum. Every book in this series is generally the same...Male characters are too good to be true....but nice to wish they were and the actual story lines are minimal. I did like how the castle and Westerwald seemed like a character itself and the descriptions of the design of it was well done. I also enjoyed reading about the art and history parts as Khara does some sight seeing. I love the cover and it was an easy read and for me...just light fluff. I did not love or hate it and think a 2.5 star rating is fair.

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  • A Fun Read

    A fun and entertaining fairy tale romance featuring a reluctant prince (Adam) and a sassy Las Vegas cocktail and waitress (Khara). A bit predictable but overall I'd give My Best Friend's Royal Wedding 4 stars

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  • Just not my kind of story

    Firstof all, I have to say that I am new to Romy Sommer; this is my first book written by her. Honestly, I had a love and hate relationship with this book; it took me two weeks to read it - why? because of 1) the format and 2) one of the characters. Generally speaking, I enjoy reading the story, I did really liked every single royal detail. I love knowing about the royal protocol and life but the book's format IS annoying. Book's format - it hasn't a beginning or and end at all. This book annoyed me every time I started reading a new chapter because I hate reading the book, being so into the story to then, reading "chapter twenty (or different one)". Then, later on, the same story, I hope the final ebook has a format, where there is a page for every chapter. Characters: Khara: I am so sorry if she's the main female character but she IS annoying; she made me mad through out the story. Her bad judgement to rich people, really, they treated her with respect even though they knew she comes from a middle class family and is a waitress. Yes, there were a few rich individuals that were disrespectful with her but that doesn't mean she has to generalize. Adam has proved her wrong, again, yes! he is and was a jerk, but that was the old Adam!. In summary, I'm giving three stars to this story because of its format, typos, and the female character. I really enjoyed how Romy explained every royal wedding protocol. In general, the story is good, sweet, light where nothing is complex. Well, just Khara. Adam, the main male character, he changed for good thru and with the story.. Will I recommend it? Yes.

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