Saturday, April 30, 2016

Review of Dirty Prince by Vanessa Waltz


I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

In this book we meet Liam and Daisy. Liam has been dubbed by the press as a the dirty prince due to all the picture of him with various women. Daisy gets a fake passport saying she is from Canada instead of the U.S. because she knows she is not allowed into the country without an escort. What she really wants is a story on the country and the dirty prince himself. However when she slaps the prince for a comment she is immediately jailed and they figure out she is really from America. The king is a cruel ruler and sentences her to 10 years of hard labor in the camps. Daisy doesn't know what this means but one night on this cinder-block they call a bed is all she needs to determine this is not for her. The prince comes to her with a proposal but can she go along with it. Does she trust the dirty prince enough to be his princess?

Liam knows his father is cruel and he knows the country needs a new leader so he is bidding his time until his father dies and he becomes ruler. That doesn't mean that he isn't irritating him at every turn with all of those photos. However when the American girl comes into the picture she is like a breath of fresh air for him. She doesn't take his back talk and doesn't fall at his feet. So when his father tells him he has 30 days to choose a bride he knows the perfect one and if it pisses off his father all the better. The only thing now is can he get her to agree to be his princess?

This is a great story about love, duty, and never losing your fun side through out it all. In this book we see good fighting evil in many forms. This is one of those story where you may root for the heroin through most of the book but chance to the hero at other times. This book will make you laugh, make you want to hit someone, and hope that it all doesn't end. I would highly recommend this book it will have you hooked from the first word to the very end. 

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