Never judge a book by its movie
Yes, It's is hilarious, and sweet, and hilarious and sad, and hilarious. The characters are fantastic and sooo charming.
It switched between Henry( Kate's Godmother) and Kate, I also loved Wick.
I really enjoyed her characterization of Henry, she was brilliant!
I was laughing through most of the book, until Gabriel and Kate had to part...
This is really one of the best books I have ever read and listened to.
Seen as a fairy tale, it was fun and enjoyable. It was a bit light on the character development.
It was lighter and less realistic.
She did a good job.
The story itself couldn't be continued, but another fairy tale set in regency England might be fun.
I enjoyed this book so very much. It was lovely, funny, sexy and absolutely entertaining. The narrator was very good. Mrs. James is such a great story teller. She will keep you entranced...
Funny spin on an old fairy tale. The story line is ok and the performance is very good. Others in the series are better than this one but still an ok buy.
Not as good as the first book in this series but worth listening to. The main characters don't have much to recommend themselves. Plot is missing.
I gave this one two chances, but still wasn't impressed. Didn't strike me as a love story. The hero felt he was losing control over his life by being forced to wed a wealthy bride, chosen by his brother, so he could use her money to support his many relations. He pursued the 'poor relations' heroine as a rebellious distraction. (Not exactly heart warming.) The heroine had been a champion for the underdog throughout the story until the end when she wanted the prince to choose her over the welfare of a castle full of his relations. (Not exactly noble.)
Narrator was okay. Some of her female voices were a little squeaky though.