The Peculiar Princess

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Lexy Newberry knows she’s adopted, but someone forgot to mention her birth parents are sixteenth-century monarchs who sent her to the future to escape certain slaughter. Now Lexy is back in the past, charged with reclaiming her homeland. She’s not the normal storybook princess, but Lord Lukas Reynard, the nobleman enlisted to help her, isn’t a charming prince either. More

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Review by: Charissa Stastny on April 21, 2013 :
This Christian fantasy piece takes Lexy from current day and transports her back to 1580 A.D. as the long lost princess of a kingdom near England. She meets Lukas, who is mean and spiteful; yet he draws her to him like a magnet. His English father is funding the rebellion against the man who drove her parents (the true king and queen) out of their kingdom and drove her into the future for her safety. But Lukas's father demands that she marry his son in return for his help. Lexy finds herself bound to the man she despises in order to help her country.

This story had lots of good tension between Lexy and Lukas as they grow to love each other. But when he makes a confession that destroys all the trust she had in him and turns all her hopes and love to ash, will she ever be able to forgive him. This was a very enjoyable read.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: fishmar on March 11, 2013 :
I thought that this book was okay. I thought that it was not particularly well-written. The plot wasn't too developed and the ending seemed to be a bit of a cop out to me. I don't want to spoil anything but the ending actually really bothered me because I felt it was unrealistic. I am Christian but if you're not Christian some things might annoy you. I did think the romance was sweet, a bit rushed but sweet. I really like how the two had to come to accept every thing about each other. Some romances you feel like the Hero and Heroine don't really know each other but not with this book. Overall I enjoyed it but I wasn't super impressed.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: sunita thapa on Nov. 05, 2012 :
really liked this book.. sweet love story.. loved the surprises.. good mix of suspense/ romance/ time travel... all in all a very good book..
i am a little confused though about the ending.. it there going to be a sequel... though a stand alone book.. the epilogue make you feel there is more.. at the index there was another prologue and chapter one listed which i thought was of the sequel but not.. so.. confuse but still satisfied..
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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