Sunday, May 7, 2017


The Star Princess (The Star Series Book 3) by [Grant, Susan]
An alien crown prince with a deadline to marry...
A working-class bachelorette from Earth with an allergy to long-term commitment...

Ché Vedla is less than thrilled about his family choosing the perfect princess bride for him, but as the crown prince it is his duty to comply. With an arranged marriage looming, he escapes to Earth to sow some wild oats. Falling head over royal heels with his friend Ilana Hamilton may not have been in his plans, but he is determined to convince her of their happily ever after.  AMAZON  4.5 stars

I really liked this book.  It is the first one that I have read in the Series but I had no problem keeping up.  So I guess in other words, it's a good standalone story.

 I liked both of the main characters, a lot. There was some pretty good word building when it came to the differences of the other outer space worlds.  There was a clash of personalities and a clash of cultures but they also had a strong underlining attraction also.  Others recognized that attraction long before they did.  All that they saw at first was the fact that they hadn't forgotten each other after their first meetings. Ché also saw her as totally unsuitable in everything that he wanted in a woman and  Ilana saw him as the enemy of everything that she believed in and some things that she feared.  It got really amusing when they often went toe to toe and when Che tries to learn the customs and slang of Earth. 
There are some good secondary people in the story and an interesting unexpected turn of events towards the end of the book.  Che's brother, Klark also plays an important part of the story as well.  
No cliffhangers, a good Epilogue and a H.E.A. What's not to like about that? 

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