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Christmas at the Palace: The heartwarming, feel-good, festive read: The heartwarming, feel-good read Kindle Edition
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I love Jeevani Charika's writing! Her characters leap from the page ― Sue Moorcroft
A fantastic and fascinating read. A refreshingly different and thought provoking romance for 2018 ― Phillipa Ashley
An incredibly charming read that I managed to consume in a few sittings ― Drinking Books
Surprise royals? Uneven power dynamics? Fiercely feminist lead? SOFT PRECIOUS CHARACTERS? Basically this book was perfect for me, the perfect escape, and I already want to read it again ― Tea Party Princess
A light-hearted and magical read that leaves the reader feeling all warm and fuzzy inside ― Always Need More Books
I thoroughly enjoyed this enticing and charming book. Jeevani Charika has such an appealing and flowing style of writing that makes the words dance off the pages! ― Jera's Jamboree
I definitely recommend this book, even if you're not normally a fan of contemporary romance. There's a lot of depth and heart in this book that I think makes it stand out from the crowd. I enjoyed it a lot! ― A Cat, A Book and a Cup Of Tea
With its engaging characters, fast-paced action as Benedict and Kumari embark on their whirlwind romance and its tantalising glimpse of what it really is like to be a member of the British royal family, Christmas at the Palace is a thoroughly engaging read ― My Weekly
Safe to say I adored this book. It's so sweet and cute whilst still managing to promote a brilliant message ― A Novel Idea
A delicious story set in a magical world where a normal person and a prince can fall in love ― Whispering Stories
A feel good book which is perfect for the Winter season. Snuggle up on the sofa with the fire on and hot chocolate with Christmas at the Palace and it's sure to get you in the festive spirit ― Autumn Frost
In a year of Royal Weddings in the real world, this fictional one is delightful and perfectly timed. It is almost the true story of a certain Prince and his lovely new bride but better! ― Tishy Lou
I absolutely adored Christmas at the Palace. It had just the right combination of feisty female lead and dashing prince, I couldn't help but get caught up in their whirlwind romance ― Night Resplendent
Really romantic and sweet and if you dig royal romance books then this is for you ― Lena's Notebook --This text refers to the paperback edition.
About the Author
- ASIN : B07CCGWJRQ
- Publisher : Zaffre (10 May 2018)
- Language : English
- File size : 2032 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 389 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 363,403 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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But of course it’s not just “Ben, the guy” Kumari is falling for; she can’t avoid being tangled up in the whole royal institution. And despite the royal family’s insistence that they’re modernising, they’re still not modern enough to accept a working doctor in their ranks. I really liked the conflict here between Kumari’s desire to continue doing good in the world and the practical limitations of doing so while becoming incredibly famous. Hard to work in A&E when the paparazzi are at the door!
The book also covers the not-so-subtle ways in which the press and public might respond to a non-white member of the royal family: from inaccuracies to outright racism. Kumari (who has the best name: it literally means princess!) suffers some real misgivings about the impact of her relationship on not just her career, but the lives of her friends and family, too.
Two very enthusiastic thumbs up on this excellent royal romance!
‘Ben’ is completely dreamy, but I especially loved the strength in the female characters, not least Kumari herself. She’s a doctor and a strong-minded do-er. She is willing to stand her ground for things she believes in, but also learns as she goes that sometimes you have to pick your battles, compromise or think laterally. So, a smart woman who keeps getting smarter, which I really liked.
Charika writes so smoothly and carries you through Kumari’s love story and journey into the royal world with confidence and ease. Perfect comfort reading.
I would have to say inspired by the real-life tale, 'A Royal Wedding' is a book I simply did not put down. The tale of the Yorkshire lass with Sri-Lankan roots and her romance with Prince Benedic (call me Ben) is beautifully told. I'd really like to end this review there because I feel there isn't anything else that needs to be said.
So, I shall.
If you want to know more about the story...BUY the book, you won't be disappointed. I love it!