Prince Charming [Mischievous Fairy Tales 1] (Siren Publishing Menage and More)by Honor James
[Menage and More: Erotic Historical Fairy Tale Menage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, HEA] When her mother died, Cinderella was sure that she and her father would fall apart alone. However, that changed when her father met a woman with two daughters of her own. Cindy was sure that life was going to be spectacular! Not only was she going to have a new mother, but sisters as well! However, in the time of war her father was called off to protect their Kingdom. A King who always had believed in fighting with his men, Cindy was taught what reality was. Forced into the role of servant, Cinderella lives each day in the shadows of her own home, watching and hiding in hopes that her stepmother and stepsisters will forget her... until she runs into a visiting Prince that is. When she runs into Prince Randulf in the halls of the castle, she knows she will have to do what she can to save him from her sisters and her stepmother. Even at the cost of a whipping, Cindy steers him clear of her family. Cedric thinks that Cindy is a servant when he first meets her, even if her mannerisms are anything but servitude. He loses his heart to her, however, and soon so, too, does his best friend, Prince Randulf. Now if only she were a Princess life could be good, right? ** A Siren Erotic Romance
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Okay, first, she has a black that disappears, she tells him in their first conversation that the queen is her stepmother, her sees her back has whipped, but forgets and she tells him again in a big angsty scene revealing thr abuse, when they talked about just before. The list goes on. I can't even pretend this would be good for amateur writing, let alone something to spend money on. THe excerpt was promising, seemed like it would be entertaining. And, for the most part, it was, at first. It would be better off in a different setting, maybe contemporary fantasy world, I don't know, but at moments the author tries to write in dialect, and then at other times, is overdone contemporary dialogue. Don't read it. For crying out loud, don't waste your money. The author has talent, so I don't understand what happened here. Not a a lot of grammar errors, so I have to assume someone proofread it. How could they miss the continuity errors? These are big mistakes, and glaringly obvious. For crying out loud, she tells him that she is the stepdaughter to the queen, and he doesn't realize that this means...she is the stepdaughter to the queen. Really? And martyr characters are boring! Don't make her the saint, the whipping girl, and the virginal sex goddess. It is annoying, and insulting. I couldn't finish. I rarely put a book aside, but the continuity errors are insulting. Have some pride in your work, and do a have decent job of creating a work that you can be proud of. I would be ashamed to have my name attached to this. I don't write harsh reviews often, but while I can accept grammar errors and occasional slips in plot holes, this is outrageous. I can't believe I wasted my money on this. I am actually angry about this. Can I any more vehemently argue against reading this?