I didn’t believe in fairy tales… until I went and fell for a prince.
I never had a storybook childhood.
Now? Dating… men… romance? No thanks. I’d rather stay in my tower of solitude.
Trust didn’t come easily. At times I felt invisible, until my path crossed with the heir to the throne. He was nothing at all like I expected, far from the bad boy images painted by the tabloids and even further from the rich elites I so despised.
Suddenly, I was feeling things I thought only existed in movies. The stuff that dreams were made of.
But one passing moment could change all that. It could bring the press to my door, uncovering my secrets.
What would he be willing to do to protect me?
Could a prince choose me, a nobody, over the people of his country? Or would the threat of the Tabloid Princess bring us all down once and for all?
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Not all Cinderella's want to go to the ball and not all prince charming's get to rescue their chosen Princess, especially ones who don't want to be rescued.
Tabloid Princess is a rag's to riches story or it has the potential to be. A British Royal modern romance, set in the UK. I have never been interested in this trope, a Royal romance, I've never been drawn to it but having read Anna Blooms books before I thought why not, and Anna Bloom did not let me regret it, with her witty, sassy character Leia and her swoon worthy prince Oliver.
Leia Lawrence has spent the last seven years protecting herself from a traumatic childhood, Leia dedicates her life helping those less fortunate, hoping to give someone a chance for a fresh start just like someone once helped her.
Leia isn't looking for love, she isn't a dreamer or a woman on a mission to find true love, Leia is just a young woman happy to be alive with food on the table and a roof over her head. Leia spends all her time with her daughter when she isn't working at the charity organization, the same organization that once helped her, she is content with life and not looking for anything more, until her path crosses with the heir to the throne.
Prince Oliver is approaching his 30th birthday and is looking for a charity to promote, he wants to help those less fortunate and get out into the world be among his people, this brings him to the workplace of Leia.
Leia hates anything pompous, she isn't exactly a Royal fan so when Leia and Prince Oliver first meet it's not exactly the greeting prince Oliver usually gets.
Oliver is immediately attracted to Leia, he finds her refreshing, basically, she doesn't kiss ass and he likes that about her.
I loved the development in Leia and Oliver's relationship, the slow-burn, the swoon-worthy hotness of Oliver, the push and pull, the content was definitely a page-turner.
Tabloid Princess has the same feel as Tears Of Ink from Anna Bloom so if you have read that and loved it, then you will definitely enjoy this royal Romance. This isn't a standalone, it doesn't finish with a major cliffhanger either but It does leave you wanting a heartwarming hea, the rags to riches story and more swoon from Oliver but there are a lot of hurdles to overcome before these two characters get there and I am looking forward to every royal juicy detail of it.
Tabloid Princess is told in first person dual pov and the characters story continued in book 2
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