Hello My Prince: A Gay Romance Novel

Hello My Prince: A Gay Romance Novel

by Bealevon Nolan

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Overview

After coming-out to his royal family, Prince Branimir, is surprised by the support he receives. A ball is organized to give him the chance to meet an eligible bachelor. To make sure he is wanted for himself, the prince disguises himself as Max, the palace bookkeeper. When he meets a sexy hunk outside of the ballroom, the stranger gets his heart and libido racing, but the man hurries away at midnight. Eric, stepson of the Madame in the town's male-only brothel, sneaks into the palace while the ball takes place to search for the roots of his own family. Meeting a likable man was not on his agenda but rocks his world. After talking himself out of a possible relationship, Eric goes home to face the consequence of life with his stepmother alone. Although Branimir might not look like a prince, he sure acts like one. But will his attraction be enough to overcome Eric's feelings of worthlessness? CONTENT ADVISORY: This title contains scenes of m/m intimacy and a brief scene that may be considered dub con.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783736847408
Publisher: BookRix
Publication date: 07/14/2016
Sold by: Bookwire
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 150
Sales rank: 150,458
File size: 959 KB

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Hello My Prince: A Gay Romance Novel 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed this Cinderella inspired m/m romance. Eric takes on the role of the neglected and abused stepson who has been relegated to the shadows of his nasty tempered, younger stepbrothers' spotlights. His refusal to earn his keep in his stepmother's brothel after the death of his father means a lifetime of scullery work; mucking stables, cleaning floors, and generally crawling about on his knees in servitude. Things begin to change for him when he discovers he has a talent for fighting, which is an ironic one given his aversion to being touched and the reason for it. After a fight one evening a chance encounter with a night watchman he learns of an upcoming ball, and a tasty rumor about a member of the royal family. Meanwhile at the palace, we have Prince Branimir, a sexy man with little interest in the ladies. Instead he finds his attention drawn to the stable boy. After admitting his feelings are such, the royal family throws a grand ball to introduce him to the eligible, tax paying bachelors of the realm. It is here he encounters a dark, sexy stranger in the shadows, a stranger who steals his breath away before slipping away into the night. This particular storyline has been remade again and again throughout the years but this is the first time I've come across a gay prince and a cinderfella and I have to say I loved it. The fairy godmother has been replaced with a grizzled old fighter bearing soap and a razor instead of magical mice and pumpkins, and there's a darker theme to the evil stepmother and her actions, but it all serves to make this a compelling and exciting read.
Jessie66 More than 1 year ago
The book was enchanting and gritty, but also romantic and fairytale-like. Stephen gets cruelly abused by his stepmother, and when he meets his prince, he has to find it within himself to feel worthy of such love. The story is wonderfully written and well crafted. I loved it.
OfeliaGrand More than 1 year ago
This is a beautiful fairy tale with princes, hidden identities, evil stepmothers, and an old woman living in the woods. Prince Branimir wants to find a partner, but he wants for be loved for who he is not his title, so he pretends to be a bookkeeper (he is, but he’s also a prince). Eric, the stepson of a brothel madam, thinks a bookkeeper is way out of his league—imagine what he thinks about a prince. I’m not normally a fairy tale reader, it happens every now and then, but it’s not what I usually pick. That didn’t stop me from getting caught in this lovely tale, though.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ehhh okay wouldn't read again
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
First story read on my nook, and a great start at that. The characters were interesting, and the classic gay spin on Cinderella was fun to find. I hope the author creates more in the future.
n1ght0wl More than 1 year ago
I received this book in exchange for an honest review. A interesting twist on Cinderella. Eric lives in a whorehouse. His stepmother turned his former home into a brothel after the death of Eric's father. He is treated horribly by his stepmother and her sons, whom are the top selling whores at the brothel. Branimir the younger prince in his family. He's past the age for settling down and his family believes its time for him to settle down. Seeing no way but to confess his sexual orientation to dash his parents hopes he let's the cat out of the bag. His family are more accepting than he believed they would be. His brother and mother decide to throw a ball so he can find his own special someone. I won't go into too much detail but Eric and Branimir do meet, Branimir gives him a false name to hide his real identity and attraction between the two does grow. It was a unique spin on such an old classic favorite. I loved where the author changed up the tale with no magic and added in the use of gloves instead of shoes and Louis. The story was cute with some rough (sort of exciting) edges (i.e. (view spoiler)). Both Eric and Branimir were likeable and the story sweet and exciting with a touch of angst.
Meg4017 More than 1 year ago
This book has been given to me for free in exchange for an honest review. This book is, with afew story line changes, the MM version of Cinderella. I loved it.  The wicked stepmother in this story runs a male brothel. Now that being said this book could have turned very twisted, but the author thank goodness didn't go that way. Of course there is that twisted client that causes some havoc. Eric doesn't have a fairy godmother but a mentor who guides him and some other characters in his household that are on his side.  The Prince's family is also very likeable. Loved the brother character.  This was a very enjoyable read, with just enough emotional stuff to tug your strings. I only wish there had been an epilogue to maybe get some revenge on the stepmother and stepbrothers.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Stup