Friday, May 25, 2018

Dating The PrinceDating The Prince by Alina Snow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Katie O'Connor is an aspiring actress. She is currently one of the hosts on a gameshow each day and a waitress at night. Dating the Prince is a story reminiscent of the romance between Prince Harry and Megan Markle. I received a copy via in exchange for an honest review. Several of the aspects of the book did not ring any bells for me until I watched a LifeTime special last night as I had only seen Megan Markle in an episode of Castle and of course on Suits. I did not know much about her acting career before that so the game show portion was a nice surprise.

Prince Alexander is in LA filming a documentary about his mother who died when he was a child. He felt that because she stayed in the background quite a bit not a lot was known about her work to effect social change, especially in Africa. Prince Alexander and Katie literally run into each other at the studio and the prince decides that Katie would be the perfect person to assist him with his plan to immerse himself into a community where he can learn more about the lives and needs of people to get a better understanding of how he can better serve the people in his country. The way he goes about it sparks a huge controversy with his family and those responsible for his security. Katie comes from a small town in Texas where her Dad is the current sheriff who is being challenged in his position by someone he thought was his friend and while he was out on medical leave. He and Katie's mom are visiting her in LA when they get the news. Prince Alexander finds himself wanting to get involved in what is happening with Katie's family and it creates a story that allows the author to show more of her storytelling abilities. Dating the Prince was different enough from the real-life Prince and his fiancee that it actually makes the story a better read as most of us have seen most of the story through the news and other coverage of the romance over the last 1.5 years. I liked the direction it took to make it a more original story.

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