2014 Book Reviews

Waiting For Prince Harry by Aven Ellis

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‘Twenty-four-year-old Kylie Reed has always been a rule follower. Organized and cautious to a fault, her dreams for life are often filed away for future use—when she has a house, when she meets her future husband, when she has been at her visual display job at a chic Dallas boutique longer…Kylie always has a reason for living her life in the future, not in the present, and not living her life to the fullest and reaching her dream of becoming a fashion designer.

The only exception to rules, of course, would be running away with Prince Harry—Kylie’s ideal man. A hot, fun ginger boy would be worth breaking all the rules for, of course. And Kylie is sure Harry just needs the right, centering woman to settle him down. But living in Dallas and not knowing Prince Harry make this a non-option.

Or does it?

Because when Kylie accidentally falls into the lap of a gorgeous ginger boy—yes, even more gorgeous than the real Prince Harry—all bets are off. Could this stranger be the one to show Kylie how to take a chance, to face her fears, and live in the present? And could this stranger be the Prince Harry she has been waiting for? Kylie’s life takes some unexpected twists and turns thanks to this chance encounter, and she knows her life will never be the same because of it…’

I would firstly like to thank the kindest, most loveliest lady in the world Aven for a copy of her book to review. I really appreciate it!

I couldn’t wait to get started on Waiting For Prince Harry, Aven writes genuinely gorgeous stories that will have you swooning and sighing with satisfaction.

Kylie, whilst escaping her brothers wedding for a breather somehow finds herself landing in the lap of Harrison Flynn. The hottest and most sort after bachelor around, only Kylie knows NOTHING about sport and has no idea who Harrison is. They spend the evening together really enjoying each others company. They say goodbye and part ways, Kylie regrets not chasing after him.

At work the next day Kylie and everyone else she works with is in for a shock when Harrison arrives looking for Kylie. As they spend time together they begin to fall in love. Kylie with Harrison because he sees HER, her true self and he believes in her. Something she has never experienced before. Harrison with Kylie because she doesn’t see a celebrity with money in the bank. She just sees Harrison, something he hasn’t experienced with women.

Things are running smoothly, but when the spotlight soon shines on Kylie and the paps are following her every move because of who she dates, will Kylie be able to cope? Will Harrison’s own fears push Kylie away?

Before each chapter Aven started with a pop quiz question, which gave clues as to what was to come. I loved this, it was brilliant fun. Aven has a perfect storytelling voice and will have you hooked from the very beginning, Waiting For Prince Harry was perfectly paced and had me racing through.

Aven creates very real characters that you will be hard pushed not to adore. Kylie was hard working, sweet, kind, scared of confrontation and was waiting to swept of her feet by Prince Charming, she has good morals and was someone to admire. Harrison was the perfect gentleman, he listened, he was genuinely interested, supportive, kind, funny, flirty, ridiculously hot and a really good guy.

I loved their relationship they had, it felt very real, which made it so much more enjoyable to read. My favourite thing about them was how supportive they were for one another. It was a whirlwind romance but utterly believable, because when you meet “the one”, you just know. That comes across perfectly within the book.

For me this is Aven’s best book! I loved everything about it and its one I will go back to time and time again.

Waiting For Prince Harry is perfectly romantic, utterly sweet and absolutely impossible not to fall in love with!

(Waiting For Prince Harry is out soon, so as soon as I have a link I will add it for you!)

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