The Prince's Bride by Diane Alberts (Book Review)

The Prince's Bride (Modern Fairytales, #2)  
Book Title: The Prince's Bride
Series: Modern Fairytales 2
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Author: Diane Alberts
Purchase: AMAZON | B&N

Book Overview

Alicia Forkes went to a trendy club looking for a way to forget her troubles, and she found that in the arms of the gorgeous man who swept her off of her feet…and into one of the hottest encounters she’d ever had in her life. Awesome sex with a stranger is now something she can check off her bucket list.

Except he isn’t exactly a stranger. He’s the guy who broke her heart when they were teens, an experience she doesn’t plan on repeating.

Prince Leo can’t believe he’s finally found the woman he’s loved for years, and she wants nothing to do with him. When she shows up at his office, she looks anything but princess-like. In fact, she’s cursing him to hell and back. She may not be Cinderella, but he’s determined to prove he’s the prince for her––even if it means letting her go.

My Review

So I may have jumped straight to the second book of the series and I may not be regretting it. I genuinely think that Alicia was, without a single doubt, experienced an extensive care from the prince (And I am saying this lightly). More specifically, her ex-boyfriend-the prince. She was a bit standoffish but I find her resistance to Leo cute.

Now I only really ever venture to fairytale sometimes and this felt fairytale in particular felt sweet. Albeit I did not like it when Leo took everything too far, far as in most likely kidnapping Alicia, he was only interested in making her see that he hasn't change and his feelings for her has not withered. That in itself is the reason why I think the book is sweet. I hope the next installment would be a little less sweet though.