Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Review of The Wrong Prince Charming by Holly Renee

“Are you going to leave me hanging or are you going to help me?” Theo pouted his bottom lip out and batted his eyelashes in my direction. He didn’t need to put in the effort. I would do anything for him.
“I’m all yours, slacker.”

I discovered Holly Renee through her Good Girls series, and it has been absolute obsession ever since. The thing I love most about Holly’s book is the ability to tear through it in a sitting/day. The stories are so compelling, and the length always perfect, and each and every time I get my hands on a new book I inevitably sit down and don’t get back up until I’m done. 

The Wrong Prince Charming was no different. I was so excited when I saw that beauty pop up on my Kindle, and I was even more excited because it was a whole new Holly Renee world! It absolutely lived up to all the predecessors and the Theo-Maddison-Easton triangle was AMAZINNNNG.

It was intoxicating, the way he looked at me, the way he didn’t care that I knew how much he was appreciating me.
There were no false pretenses. No wondering what he was thinking. It was written all over his face.

I was rooting for Easton from the moment they had their scantily clothed meet-cute. He came into her life and immediately showed her what her fear had been keeping her from all her life. 

Maddison grew up with strict, southern parents who weren’t shy about their expectations for her life—from her wardrobe, to her major, to the men she’s interested in. They make their opinions heard, and Maddison meets their expectations with the understanding that their support and tuition dollars hang in the balance.

She’s okay with all of this, because she has Theo—her best friend—by her side through it all. The best friend she’s been head over heels about for years, but he’s never noticed her in that way.

Until Easton shows just how interested he is. 

“Which one do you want more” Dillon asked as she watched me.
“Which one do you want to dick you down more? Theo or Easton?”

The question we alllll wanted to know the answer to—and eloquently delivered by Maddison’s incredible freshman roommate. 

The Wrong Prince Charming is the best mix of traditional love triangle and the excitement of a first year freshman at an SEC school. Holly’s ability to create complex, multidimensional, and loveable characters is topnotch, and she doesn’t let the reader down with the three in this story. I found myself tearing through the pages to see what happens next. 

And I am crossing my fingers that we get another story in this world ;)

Thank you as always to Holly and her team at Foreword for the ARC. <3

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