Rhodes Scholar Kerry Donovan has never had anything handed to her on a silver platter. As she arrives at Oxford to begin her course of study, she is determined to make the most out of this latest opportunity. But when she meets Her Royal Highness Princess Sasha, second in line to the British throne, Kerry’s priorities are eclipsed by an attraction neither of them can ignore.
"Sassy Sasha" is a tabloid favorite who appears to delight in scandalizing her people, but beneath her vexed public image, Sasha longs to be truly seen. Will the tenuous connection she forms with Kerry be broken by the weight of the crown? Or will they find true love despite the forces endeavoring to keep them apart?
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surprisingly enjoyable Lesbian Romance
Breezy, enjoyable Lesbian Romance
Maybe because I have dyslexia myself, and dyslexic family members, but I found Sasha's dyslexia to be a very humanizing touch. Surprisingly for a love story between a princess and Rhode's Scholar, her vulnerabilities because of her learning disability made her very relatable.
Her accent and distinct voices
The love story felt sweet and genuine, both characters are likeable people with relatable vulnerabilities.
I really didn't expect to enjoy this and find it so sweet as I did.
- Amazon Customer
Cute funny lesbian love story.
I have to put it behind of all of Radclyffe's stuff, then Gerri Hill's one audio book, then Erik Scuback (May have missed spelled his or her last name) But up there with the other lesbian author's trying to break in. And being behind those people is not bad at all, I mean Radclyffe is in a class of her own and Hill who I wish would have more of her stories recorded, Scuback is just a personal thing I like and really not that talented over all, I just really his/hers stories. I find them original, But so was Stark's Princess story, I like that she made her dyslexic and I like that it wasn't a easy road for either side. Carrie had a hard time. But we still got our happy ending.
I really liked that Sasha/ The Princess was Dyslexic on top of everything else it helped to humanize her. That she had a skeleton in the closet that gave her poor self esteem on top all the other things that go with it. Like when Carrie asked her favorite book and the Princess just freezes up and can't change the subject fast enough.
Her voice is very British but sometimes sounds like a little girls voice. I wish they had given the Princess a more grown up sounding voice. Other than that she read the story fine and her inflection are very good.
The American and the Princess.
Stack writes a solid story and it is very enjoyable to listen to, Two woman from very different background but the find common ground and use it to fall head over heals, How far will they have to go to stay together?
- zenabuff "I have MS and LD and make spelling and grammar mistakes, please forgive the handicap."