The Princess and The Chauffeur

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Eva, a spoilt rich girl, returns home from a long holiday to find an aloof young man waiting at the airport instead of her family driver. What happens when two different personalities from diverse background meet? This short novel, presented in simple, fast-paced writing has it all - colourful characters, lively dialogues, intriguing plots and hot, sizzling romance.

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Words: 21,870
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458071637
About arjuna

I started writing four years ago and have just self-published a short novel and a poetry book. Currently working on romance novel based on life in Malaysia which I hope to be published by a good publisher soon.

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Review by: MyYiaYia on Aug. 06, 2011 :
‘The Princess and the Chauffer’ is a well-written love story, full of romance, a dab of intrigue, forbidden love, and a smidgeon of naughtiness. Adam, the good-looking chauffeur, and Eva, the glamorous daughter of a wealthy businessman, meet and almost instantly fall in love. Both try to resist the other, as they know nothing can come of the match. A must read for those who are always rooting for the underdog. You won’t be disappointed.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Vladi Lynn on June 14, 2011 :
A terrific read! There are good stories and then there are good stories that are well-written; 'The Princess and The Chauffeur' is definitely the later. This one absolutely ignites, combining romance and drama with a playful, naughty side. I was very satisfied with the whole story and look forward to seeing more from this writer. Arjuna knows how to stir up a cute romantic, drama. I definitely recommend!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Jay Squires on June 07, 2011 :
Eva is a spoiled, rich little girl in a grown-up body. Adam is a responsible, moral, young hunk of a man, who just happens to be her daddy’s chauffeur. Most any time a romance writer puts the likes of these two together you might expect a rocky romance arising from their social inequality one that falls within the pattern of boy meets girl/boy loses girl/boy gets girl -- that and little more.

Well… you can just put those expectations behind you. Given the skill of a writer like Arjuna you have the raw energy of youth, a bit of the spirit of social/parental defiance, an uncompromising attraction all mixed together with scene after scene of titillating physical romance -- okay, say it -- lovemaking. Even given that, I am reluctant to use the word “sex” here because Eva’s soulfulness and Adam’s moral character (and with the author’s foreknowledge and consummate skill in revealing it) elevate what might be otherwise considered a mindless instinctual exercise to a landscape where each exciting interlude is but foreplay leading to the second, and the second to the third (oh, and there are many more than three) until the inevitable crescendo. It is a building of energy and suspense that keeps the reader on the edge of his seat to the last page.

Up to now, I have not been much of a romance reader. The Princess and the Chauffeur may be the only one I’ll read this year. On the other hand, this fine example might cause me to reevaluate the genre. One thing is sure though: It has set a high bar!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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