This is more of a comfort read to me. A fantasy romance novella I could devour in a single sitting with a cuppa and a bikkie. *sighs* just lovely!
Unfortunately, Princess Kimri sounded like a brat right off the beginning. Understandably, she has just been sold to be a bride of a king of a mountain kingdom (a far and isolated kingdom) for a bunch of weapon. I supposed she has a right to be angry but silent treatment? That’s just a bit childish! So, it was a rough beginning.
Thankfully, it wasn’t long before her true goodness shines through and I loved her for her caring loving nature, acceptance of cultural differences, willingness to change, her strength and courage. Her relationship with the king is one that develops slowly but sweetly. And it sufficed to say that he is just lovely.
It was an easy relaxing sweet read that I thoroughly enjoyed and I fully recommend it for those looking for fantasy romance (as opposed to anything epic).
Thank you Carina Press and NetGalley for the privilege to read & review eGalley