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Stolen to Wear His Crown Hardcover – Large Print, 1 March 2021
- Publisher : Mills & Boon - AU; Large type / Large print edition (1 March 2021)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 288 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0263288463
- ISBN-13 : 978-0263288469
- Dimensions : 14 x 21.49 cm
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But the plot has so many holes and the H character is never truly explained.
Why did she get arrested to be brought to the wedding? Why no explanation before? Why all the long rudeness and isolation after?
The hero does not even think she did wrong, or has bad character, no, he just feels wronged by his parents forcing a marriage, and so he gets her humiliated by arresting her, explains nothing, marries her in a dreary ceremony, is abysmally rude to the innocent heroine. And there is no good reason. Just his fears and stress as a king. Not ok.
And once he softens, she just goes along. And when he gets upset again, he does the same thing, leaving her and she just bears it.
This is a first book.
So, I will hope the author gets better support to make her plot tighter, and the potential she has in this book will get fully realized. I wish it to her, and for us. The scenes that are good are glorious, and her writing has a lovely descriptive voice, whether the chapel, the ball, the wild nature in the island, I really felt and saw those scenes.
Speaking of which, I liked Mina's struggle with becoming Queen. I wanted more of that as opposed to some of the exposition with supporting characters.
You have to suspend reality for the fairytale, but it's worth it. The island was beautiful, and I wished they'd stayed there in more detail.
I wish less time would have been spent at the beginning with all that science stuff and the kidnapping. It was kind of brutal and I still want an explanation for why he had to do her like that. I wish there was a tad less time spent with wardrobe, even though they were entertaining. We probably could have done with less politics of the nation, too. I wish that book space had instead been spent with more time with the couple. I really did like the couple once they got together. I wanted more time with them. I mean, he was a royal jerk at the start, but Mina's got him under control now -- at least I think? LOL
Otherwise, thank you. Your first book was a hit with me! I give you so much credit for coming up with an entire island country! Great job, and it was also very interesting how you mixed races like it was nothing. In a perfect world, right? LOL
Zayn is a zaddy.
Minna was adorable like drew Barrymore in never been kissed adorable.
He was cold when out being cruel- which is always my gripe with HP male characters.
She was naive without being weak — which I can relate too.
I laughed, blushes and didn’t want the book to end so I would gladly recommend it.