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Curvy Girls Can't Date Princes (The Curvy Girl Club Book 9) Kindle Edition
A real-life prince. Like of a country. And he’s not one of those ugly ones with big teeth that girls only like because he’s royal. No, he’s hot. On fire. I’m drooling just thinking about him.
But that’s the problem, because the only reason my parents took him in is because they don’t think there’s any way a guy like him could crush on a girl like me.
I’m going to prove them wrong. I don’t know how. But I’m going to figure out a way to make Leopold Williams fall for me before I cross the graduation stage.
Curvy Girls Can’t Date Princes is an exhilarating royal romance in The Curvy Girl Club that will have your heart beating fast and butterflies dancing in your stomach. Read like a queen and grab your copy today!
- ASIN : B09B2YY3XQ
- Publisher : Kelsie Stelting Creative LLC (29 October 2021)
- Language : English
- File size : 3271 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 480 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B09KN7XNGW
- Best Sellers Rank: 20,748 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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by Kelsie Stelting
Kelsie Stelting does it again! She writes a powerful story about self-love and acceptance that made me laugh and cry. As a huge fan of this series, I have enjoyed every story. Each one is truly transformative when it comes to body-positive issues plus identity as a growing young adult. I really enjoyed reading about Faith's journey and her love story with Leo. I am a huge fan of adoption but I have talked with adoptive parents before who wondered if what they did was truly the best for the child. The author really hits those poignant moments hard and asks the reader to question the motives of those who adopt children. Adopting someone into your home and life is a great thing but it also can come with childhood trauma from being torn away from your family and a hole in your heart. I applaud the author for addressing the issues that the parents and the adoptee have to deal with.
As someone who is a total romantic, I loved the idea of Leo falling in love with Faith. I loved his honesty and his passion. He himself was on a journey of self-discovery where Faith helped lead him.
“Everyone deserves to have someone to sit with at lunch.”
I also loved that the author also focused more on Tatiana. Real life. Real backgrounds. Real issues. Real insecurities. So good. Who doesn't love a story of redemption?
Highly recommend this inspirational story about young love, adoption, and parental dynamics that will make you believe in unconditional love.
My thanks to the author and publisher for providing me with an ARC of the book. All opinions expressed here are entirely my own. No positive review was expected and no compensation received.
Though I did receive an ARC, I purchased my own copy of the book.
Initially, I feared I wouldn’t like Leo, that he would be a snob and would have to over come that. Fortunately we learn early on that is not the case AT ALL.
I like that both characters had issues they needed to overcome. They both needed to mature, which is appropriate for YA.
As a curvy girl who found her HEA as a YA I really appreciate the conviction these characters have to their commitment to each other and a future together. Teen years are just plain difficult, but having additional “challenges” really adds to the stress. This series is not only realistic, but relatable. They really do happen.
Faith has so many things seemingly against her chance to date and fall in love. An exchange student sees through all of it and finds the true person inside. There is also the family angle with her having been adopted.