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Published by Small Publisher
Released on April 27, 2016
Source: Kindle Unlimited
Dirty Prince was a spur of the moment decision to read and once again I am disappointed in my Kindle Unlimited choice. Liam is the prince of a nation with no diplomatic ties to about everyone. Anglefell is ruled by a monarchy with a dying king, but Liam is the obnoxious oldest who is known for all his dirty deeds. Daisy is a journalism undergraduate from America looking for an exclusive story on the prince only to get chosen for the prince to bang, slap the prince and get thrown into the dungeons….only to be sentenced to hard labor in the quarry.
Prince Liam doesn’t like his father, and wants more for his country, but I felt this was very surface level feelings rather than deep commitment to the country. He really wants to do the American, but also piss of his father so he offers marriage to Daisy in return for not sending her to the quarry. Lots of nonsense arguments and she finally agrees.
Daisy was once engaged, but her intended was killed in a car accident. She wants no one else, but I think she doth protest too much. She finally gives in and marries the prince where the the sex gets pretty raunchy for raunchy shock. I mean some couples may have sex and talk like this, but it felt over the top and quite silly in the end.
Never once do we meet any of Daisy’s friends or family. She is totally cut off even after she becomes a princess. She does email with them, but that is about it. Liam just expects things to fall in place and when they don’t he gets all huffy and irritating. In fact, both of the characters struck me as having a few screws loose.
So I can’t recommend this unless you want a good laugh at times or to read some of the raunchiest of sex scenes. Just not my cup of tea.
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