The (Elusive) Princess
Series: Crowns & Courtships #8, Royals of Eyjania
Genres: Clean Romance
Setting: Europe, Missouri Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 25-34
Written for: Adults
I would like to thank Carol Moncado for giving me this copy of the book. This gift did not influence my opinion or review.
Also in this series: Heart of a Prince, The Inadvertent Princess, The Indentured Queen, Her Undercover Prince, The Spare and the Heir, Beyond Titles & Tiaras, It's (Royally) Complicated
It’s funny how once you get started on a series, it can be hard to stop reading all the books in it. I’m not specifically a fan of books about royalty, movie stars or wealthy people, I simply enjoy reading people’s stories. And once I’ve spent time with them, well, I have to keep reading.
Here are some things I enjoyed about The (Elusive) Princess
- Evie’s insecurity and shyness
- The way Peter seemed to understand Evie so well
- The snarky way Evie treated her brother, the king
- Evie’s interactions with the band members at the amusement park
- Peter’s difficulty in figuring out how to address Evie’s brother, King Benjamin
- The way Evie and Peter fell so instantly for each other
- How Peter was able to tell immediately that Evie was pretending to be her identical twin, Gen – he could always tell the difference between them right away
- Gen’s disappearance and the way Evie stepped so far out of her comfort zone to help the family deal with it
The (Elusive) Princess is a sweet continuation of the Crowns & Courtship series. It does end with a cliff-hanger yet in such a way it is still a satisfactory conclusion. It’s (Royally) Complicated, Gen’s story, is slated to release October 1, so it isn’t too long to wait.