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Friday, July 31, 2020

Review: Heart of a Princess by Hannah Currie

About the book:
To the watching world, Princess Alina has it all – maids to serve her, a kingdom to revere her, a prince to marry her, and a wardrobe filled with enough frills, flounces and shades of pink to rival a flower shop. But behind the smiles and designer clothes, Alina has a secret. She’s barely holding it together.

After a moment of panic almost ends in tragedy, Alina is sent to a refuge far from the palace to recuperate. Her family claim it’s for her own good but – faced with cows, knife-beaked ducks and far too many of her own insecurities – Alina is pretty sure it will kill her first. And Joha Samson, infuriating man that he is, will laugh as it does.

Only there’s more to Joha than she realizes, and more to herself too. When the time comes to make a stand, will she find the courage?

My rating:
5 stars
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My thoughts:
Another fantastic read from Hannah Currie! After reading and loving the first Daughters of Peverell book, Heart of a Royal, I had to immediately start this book. It was just as amazing of a read!

I wasn't too sure what kind of main character Princess Alina would be after the way she was towards the end of book one, but I shouldn't have doubted as her story was one of redemption and I loved the way she grew. The romance was sweet and, while I would have liked an epilogue, I'm just hoping for a book three. 

All in all, I loved Heart of a Princess and recommend the series. I think you should definitely read the books in order. 


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