ARC REVIEW – “The Princess Plan” by Julia London

Doesn’t every girl dream of finding her prince and falling in love? In “The Princess Plan” Eliza Tricklebank sees her dream come to fruition when she meets Crown Prince Sebastian of Alucia at a masked ball. Sebastian is in England for two important reasons. One is to secure some trade agreements that will bring his country into the 20th century in technology. The other reason is for Sebastian to find a suitable bride. When Sebastian’s personal secretary is murdered an anonymous tip is passed to Eliza’s gossip paper that she and her sisters publish and the hunt for the killer is on, with Sebastian and Eliza teamed up to find the perpetrator. Of course working closely together simply fans the flame that’d already been stoked between the two. But everyone knows there’s zero chance of Prince Sebastian taking a commoner for a wife. It just isn’t done! Or is it?

“The Princess Plan” is the first book in a new series – “A Royal Wedding” by Julia London. It’s an enjoyable Victorian fairytale romance with thoroughly likable characters, an engaging plot and dialogue that’s charming, witty and warm and funny. Five stars. My thanks to Net Galley and Harlequin Romance Publishers for providing me with an ARC (Advance Readers Copy) in exchange for an honest review.

“The Princess Plan” publication date: 19 Nov 2019

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