I loved this story! It had some "danger" in it because the lost princess didn't know she was a princess and someone was out to make sure she never found out! Imagine that you were just a regular person and all of the sudden, someone is trying to kill you! You have no idea why! I really loved this series and I will miss it now that this last book is done. However, I enjoyed these characters - the girls and their fun husbands! Oh, and the one male & his cute wife! I highly recommend reading the whole series!
I greatly enjoyed these contemporary uptake on classic fairytales. the only reason I gave them a lower rating is because I'm always looking for christian books with LOTS of faith, hope & healing. books that really keep my eyes on God & the christian life.
This story wraps up the princess stories: 3 sisters & 1 half sister. This story has good development, except that I never learned or understood why Kylie was estranged from her birth mother (unless it was triggered by frequent moves). Kylie finds an American love, like her sisters, and finally seems to find a sense of home or belonging. The connecting series is the Triple H set of stories.
The Lost Princess is the fifth book in the Cowboy Fairytales series. This story covers grief, loss, love and healing. I've thoroughly enjoyed this series. I highly recommend this story as well as the series. Lacy Williams does not disappoint.
Searching for a long-lost sister brings princess sisters closer to one another, and to their hunky cowboy husbands. When found, the lost princess is shocked to learn she is a princess, but goes to the kingdom to meet her family. Great love story, as are all of this series.