Aug 1, 2014

Waiting for Prince Harry by Aven Ellis

Twenty-four-year-old Kylie Reed has always been a rule follower. Organized and cautious to a fault, her dreams for life are often filed away for future use—when she has a house, when she meets her future husband, when she has been at her visual display job at a chic Dallas boutique longer. Kylie always has a reason for living her life in the future, not in the present, and fears not living her life to the fullest and reaching her dream of becoming a fashion designer.

The only exception to rules, of course, would be running away with Prince Harry. But living in Dallas and not knowing Prince Harry make this a non-option.

Or does it?

Because when Kylie accidentally falls into the lap of a gorgeous ginger guy—yes, even more gorgeous than the real Prince Harry—all bets are off. Kylie’s life takes some unexpected twists and turns thanks to this encounter. Could this stranger be the one to show Kylie how to live in the present? 

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  Kylie Reed is organized and clean. She follows the rules and she puts making other people happy in front of her own wishes. She's working in a fancy boutique in Dallas, but is dreaming about making her own designs. She has a file for the future, but she doesn't do any of the things she loves to do yet. That also goes for dating, Kylie wants a prince Harry. When she meets the perfect ginger haired guy Kylie knows she's found the love of her live. He's a gorgeous, gentlemanly and well read person and Kylie instantly likes him a lot. Will that feeling be mutual and who is her prince Harry really? Will she be able to live in the present or will she keep pleasing everyone but herself?
I loved Waiting for Prince Harry. It's such a sweet story. Kylie is a very nice girl who needs to learn to tell people what she really thinks. Is her prince Harry the person who can make her dreams come true or does she make things happen herself? Kylie is very creative and I liked that about her. Her fashion style and every idea she comes up with are great. Her prince isn't what she expected him to be when they first met, but that gives the story such a wonderful angle. I couldn't put this book down, I read it in one go. It's like a delicious cake, you just want to keep eating until you've finished the last crumb.

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