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From best-selling author Talia Hibbert comes a story of wicked royals, fake engagements, and the fed-up office worker trapped in the midst of it all.

Cherry Neita is 30, flirty, and done with men. As far as she can tell, they're overrated, overpaid, and underperforming - in every area of life. But a girl has needs, and the smoking-hot stranger she just met at the office seems like the perfect one-night stand....

Prince Ruben of Helgmøre is reckless, dominant, and famously filthy. The outcast royal is rebuilding his reputation - all for a good cause - but he can't resist a pretty face. And bossy whirlwind Cherry's got the face, the body, and the attitude to make Ruben's convictions crumble. Even better, when she propositions him, she has no idea who he really is.

But when paparazzi catch the pair, erm, kissing in an alleyway, Ruben's anonymity disappears faster than Cherry's knickers. Now, the press is in uproar, the palace is outraged, and Ruben's reputation is back in the gutter. There's only one way to turn this disaster around - and it involves Cherry, some big fat lies, and a flashy diamond ring. On her left hand.

Unfortunately, Cherry isn't pleased with Ruben's "fake engagement" scheme...and neither is the king.

Contains mature themes. 

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I adore Talia Hibbert

Talia Hibbert writes the most charming books. This is one of my favorites and I wanted to re-read it in audio. Cherry is such a punk, and I adore her for it. She gets stuck in a really weird situation thanks to this hot dude who turns out to be a Danish-ish prince and surprise! The royal family is rife with dirty little secrets. Cherry gets allll the skeletons out of the closet and it's glorious. Throw in tons of bi rep, diversity, tropes upon tropes, and banter and you're all set. The audio performance is pretty great, he has a nice voice and a lovely British accent. My only tiny complaint is that the narrator's accent for Ruben varies a lot through the book.
I'm pasting Talia Hibbert's own CW here since it does not show up on audible:
"Warning: this book is 70,000+ words of extreme pleasure and intense romance, ending in a HEA. NO cliffhangers and NO cheating. Enjoy responsibly! Please be aware: this story contains scenes of abuse that could potentially trigger certain audiences."

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Amazing book, good narrator, bad accents

LOVE the book! The characters have depth, the story is very interesting, emotional and sexy!
I mostly liked the narrator. I don't totally agree with the choice of a male narrator, but he is very good. He can bring the appropriate emotions in every scene, gives the book the necessary rhythm and allows you to differentiate the "voices". My main issue was with his accents, which are very important in this book, since the majority of the characters are from outside the UK. The Scandinavian accents sound surprisingly Italian... specially the grandmother's voice, that came out messed up!
Even with that, I would definitely recommend this audiobook.

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The horrible fake Russian-esq accent was horrid

It’s a adult book, lets be honest it’s really all about the steamy scenes, so you get what you get as far as storyline and plot go. Which honestly speaking wasn’t bad. But the narration was Comically AWFUL. The horrid accent made the main male character sound like a 60+ year old Russian uncle. And not like the hip, cool, uncle, but the corny, bad dad joke uncle.

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Okay...

Though we'll written, this was kind of disappointing. They know each other for one day, ONE day when the prince declares she is his fiancé to make his family happy and get the press off their back. Only she didn't even know he was a prince and now hates him. But she goes ahead and quits her job to move to another country and pretend to he his fiancé for a year. O..k...

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Fun fast paced sexy romp

The Princess Trap by Talia Hibbert
Narrated by Cornell Collins

Passion is real from the start but history and panic lead to a false engagement. They have to wade through the falsehoods to find their happy ever after.

There is sex and scandal and comedy and a bit of child abuse which may not sit well with some but I do feel it was important in the telling of the story. Also the dominance was a bit off putting and it took away from the otherwise great sex scenes. Not my cup of tea but I understand that some like that sort of thing, but not me.

Having said that, I enjoyed the overall story, the characters were well written and I rooted for Cherry and Ruben and their side kicks Demi and Hans. I do wish that Whiskey cat was more prominent though.

The only real hang up I had was the narrators “Danish” accent that sounded more Russian than anything else. I had to keep reminding myself “it’s supposed to be Danish.” However the British accents were very good.

All in all another treat from Talia Hibbert who has the best most charismatic female leads.

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So Beautiful

This was a great book, and I can't wait to read more from this author.

The characters were awesome, the book had humor and juicy gossip. Such a good book, thank you Talia Hibbert.

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Very enjoyable story

I believe his is my first time reading this authors work but it will not be my last.
At first I was put off by the male narration for the female part, but the story was so good it made up for it. I love the way this story has depth. Talia reminds us that no matter who you are money or not suffering and abuse can happen to anyone. But love can heal and make us stronger.

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Loved it!

Another great book by Hibbert! Loved the characters and though it took a minute to get into the narration, before long Cornell Collins won me over and did a great job!

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I don’t like dominating men

I did not care for this book. It was not the writer’s fault. She’s a good story teller. The themes of this book are just not my cup of tea.
I personally just don’t like dominate men in power play. The main characters were lovely and the power play was done in heathy way. I just really is a turn off for me.
Also child abuse and domestic abuse are just not themes I can handle very well.
If those are triggering themes for you I’d suggest skipping this one.

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A fairy tale

I absolutely loved this story. I thought I would not like the narrator at first but then I realized why it was a little over the top and I lived the characters even more. T. Hibbert is phenomenal. I have enjoyed every one of her books.

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2.5 stars

Welp, I'm really in the minority here, in that I didn't love The Princess Trap.

I wanted to love it, I really did, but I couldn't

So much so that I nearly DNFd it.

But I persevered and got to the end. However I did skip about 25% of it. The sex dirty talk made me roll my eyes, just no.

I am glad that I went through to the end, as the last, say, 15-20% made the story work it for me

The narration was great, and brought this up from a 2 to a 2.5 star book for me