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    A story filled mystery and lighthearted moments.

    4.5 STARS! Devney Perry once again delivers a story that will have you enthralled from start to finish! Stone Princess is the latest edition to her Tin Gypsy series, where each character is woven into her intricate web of storytelling. Presley Marks is this spikey sprite who manages the office at the garage. She's a vital member of the Clifton Forge family. Jilted at the altar, she's turned into a stone princess with a heart of ice. She soon realizes what a total douche her ex was and vows to never fall so easily for a man again. That is until a popular Hollywood actor comes knocking down her walls. She finds him annoyingly gorgeous; however, she denies her attraction towards him at every turn. Shaw Valance is A-list actor. Famous. Wealthy. Gorgeous. He comes to Clifton Forge to film and star in the movie based on the biggest scandal to ever hit the small-town of Clifton Forge, the murder of Amina Dayley. Shaw is meant to be focused as he is taking on a role outside his norm. In this movie, he will play the role of the murderer. To fully portray his character in the correct light, he'll stop at nothing to discover the true facts of what really happened. But Shaw quickly becomes intrigued by the quaint town and meeting Presley is like a breath of fresh air. She's the first woman to not fall for his charm and he soon sees that he cannot fight his attraction towards Presley's fiery personality. Together, Presley and Shaw were electric. Their banter was playful and witty. There was no escaping the feelings they began to develop for one another. "Kissing Shaw hadn’t felt wrong, not in the moment. Feeling his lips on mine was like coming home after a long day. It was like finding the sanctuary, the solace I’d been missing for months. The boat of my life stopped rocking. The waters of my soul calmed." "And any time I thought of Montana, I’d remember the woman with eyes bluer than the big sky. Or maybe I’d just think of her, no trigger needed. Maybe when it was time to go, there’d be no leaving her behind." The pivotal moment where the drama comes forth is what influenced my lowered rating. The main characters lost their way momentarily due to a lack of communication and the misunderstandings almost lead to their demise. But, wowza does she set up the scene for the fourth book! Though I must say I'm not a fan of the woman who will be the heroine in Noble Prince.... Just yet. So we will see if that particular fact can he swayed! Stone Princess is a heartwarming read filled with lighthearted moments and an air of mystery. Devney writes the best epilogues, this one being my second favorite, I was just so giddy inside as I read it 😍. This is, hands down, a must read!!
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    🌟4.5 STARS🌟

    Stone Princess is the third novel in Devney Perry's Tin Gypsy series. Though a complete standalone, I recommend that you read Stone Princess after its predecessors, Gypsy King and Riven Knight, as the Tin Gypsy series is interconnected. In doing so readers will gain a more in-depth understanding of the plot, the different character arcs, and how the author has woven the series together as a whole. Stood up on her wedding day, Presley Marks is left hurt, humiliated, and the topic of the Clifton Forge gossip mill. However, this doesn't break her spirit. Through this heartbreak, Presley has her own personal relevations which ultimately begin to reveal her persistence, and her perseverance when faced with adversity. No longer filled with naivety about her ex-fiance', Presley won't make the same mistake twice. Her heart is closed off to anyone not part of her Clifton Forge family. Presley's animosity towards men is evident, especially once she meets Shaw Valance. Shaw has come to town to star in a movie based on the horrific death of Amina Dayley. Except he will not be playing his stereotypical good guy hero role. In this movie, he will play the villian, the murderer who stole Amina's life and to him it is a very big role. One that will show his versatility as an actor. Now, he may be a Hollywood movie star but he is not all glitz and glam. He's down-to-earth, full of wit, yet determined and hardworking. Meeting Presley gives him a new appreciation of Clifton Forge, Montana. She's the blue-eyed beauty who is cold as ice but nevertheless, she's the realness Shaw has been yearning for. Shaw's presence in town irritates Presley to no end. He's constantly showing his gorgeous face at the garage where she works as the office manager and now he's unknowingly moved his perfect behind into the house next door to hers. But soon the tension between the two hits an all-time high and a connection that goes beyond physicalities is formed. With Stone Princess, Devney Perry took a different approach. The element of mystery is not as heavy as it has been in the previous books. However, there is a very light theme of suspense that is entwined in the characters' backgrounds and the overall plot. Though I found this book to be a stellar addition to a completely captivating series, at times I felt a disconnect to some minor plot points as well as some of Presley's actions. Regardless, Presley is a force to be reckoned with. She's little but oh-so-mighty and her character growth past the traits of a jilted stone princess bride is admirable. Lighthearted, heartwarming, and heartfelt, Stone Princess is a swoony and banterful romance with one of my favorite epilogues from Devney Perry to date!!
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    Loved it, 5 Stars

    Stone Princess by Devney Perry is book three in her Tin Gypsy Series, a series of interconnected stand alones. While SP can easily be read as a stand-alone, I recommend to read the books in order. The previous books are Gypsy King and Riven Knight. SP is Presley and Shaw's deep and poetic story. An emotional read and my favorite in this series. Shaw is the A-List Hollywood actor, new to Montana to put A and D's story on film. Presley just had the worst day of her life, now she's back at the garage and works the reception. She has a rough past and my heart was breaking for her. She's a heroine after my heart, battered but strong, prickly and with a heart of gold, pure gold. Yes, she hasn't had much luck with her relationships, but her family at the garage loves her deeply. Both meet and she really, really wants to hate him, but their insta everything is literally too strong. I started redaing and it took exactly one chapter and I fell in love with Shaw and Presley. I loved meeting characters from previous books. SP is an unputdownable read, 5 Stars.
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    Awesome read!!

    Swoooon!!! What an amazing read. Stone Princess is the 3rd book in the Tin Gypsy series by Devney Perry and I still have a huge smile on my face as I’m writing this review. As always Devney brings you a page turner. Love the plot and I had so many emotions while reading this book. Presley Marks is strong. She is now my new favorite heroine by Devney. After being left at the altar by her dead beat fiancée, she vows that nobody is going to hurt her ever again. Enters Shaw Valance. Actor and superstar. He and his film crew is in Clifton Forge to film the murder that took place a few years before. Shaw was swoony. I confess, I didn’t know what to expect of him being a movie star and all that. But Devney did a wonderful job in making him a wonderful down to earth person and not the big superstar actor that he was. The chemistry between them was hot from the beginning. They were opposites but perfect for each other. Love that Shaw wouldn’t take no for an answer, even though that was the only answer he got from Presley. Made me smile at how persistent he was. We get a little suspense, angst and drama that made the book a page turner. Can’t wait now for Noble Prince...😍 My Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ STARS!
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    In love with this series!

    I am in love with this series, and as always, Devney Perry’s writing. Presley has had this hard, tough outer shell that made her a bit mysterious. I loved the strong bond she shared with everyone at the garage. They were a tight knit family. When Shaw came to town to shoot the movie, he threw a monkey wrench into her life. His determination to get to know her was fun to read. She definitely didn’t make it easy. The suspense that surrounds the characters in each story of this series has always held me captive. It makes it very hard to put the book down. The whole story was fantastic, and I am already anxious for more.
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