Title: The Prince's Cinderella Bride
Author: Christine Rimmer
Review: Another short and sweet book that didn’t take more than an afternoon to finish. The story line was a bit silly at times and I really did not like the whole “I need to this job and you don’t think I can do it.” Line- oh well I don’t like everything I read that is a fact.
If you like quick romance novels this is for you – if you like a bit more substance than skip it - I hate the “I love you and yet cannot have you because of some stupid thing I have or am or am thinking about you” story line – well that is most romance novels I guess but this one was just s bit too much for me.
Published: Published April 15th 2014 by Harlequin
Page Count: 224
Quick Review: 2 out 5 stars –
Why I Read this Title: Sent by the publisher for an honest review.
Synopsis: From Texas nanny…to palace princess!
It should never have happened—the night of forbidden magic that turned Lani Vasquez and Prince Maximilian Bravo-Calabretti into lovers. After all, Lani knew all too well that an affair between a lowly nanny and the heir to the throne could only end in heartbreak—her own. Which was why she had to end it before she lost her herself completely…
His New Year's Eve with Lani had rocked Max's world—and now the Texas beauty wanted to be just friends? The single father had sworn he'd never marry again, but Lani had charmed his children and awakened his guarded heart. Will the prince catch his Cinderella before the clock strikes midnight?
Author Information: New York Times bestselling author Christine Rimmer has written more than ninety contemporary romances for Harlequin Books. She has won Romantic Times BOOKreview’s Reviewer’s Choice Award for best Silhouette Special Edition. She has been nominated six times for the Romance Writers of America’s prestigious RITA award and five times for Romantic Times Series Storyteller of the Year.
A California native who first longed to be an actress, Christine earned her theater degree from California State, Sacramento and then went to New York to study acting. Later, she moved to Southern California, where she began her writing career with short stories, plays, and poems. Her poems and short stories were published in a number of small literary journals. Her plays were produced at The Back Alley and Group Theaters in Southern California and have been published by Dramatists Play Service and West Coast Plays.
She now lives in Oregon with her family and two very contented cats named Tom and Ed.