I'm No Princess: The Collection (Parts 1 - 4)

I'm No Princess: The Collection (Parts 1 - 4)

by Elizabeth Stevens


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One reluctant heart.

Three royal brothers.

A whole country waiting to see who she’ll pick.

It’s time for me to join my dad and older sister in Gallyr, to dust off the cobwebs of a normal person’s life and don the mantle of Lady Tatiana Bethany Penrose.

The whole of Gallyr waits eagerly for the announcement my sister’s being courted by the Crown Prince. Until I come along and, for the first time in my life, all eyes are on me.

Lia’s desperate to be royalty, but none of the princes seem to want her. Me, though? I’m no princess.

This omnibus contains the first four parts of the Royal Misadventures series which belong to the I’m No Princess sub-series.

The Royal Misadventures series:

#1 Now Presenting: I'm No Princess (Part 1)

#2 Lady in Training: I'm No Princess (Part 2)

#3 Three of a Kind: I'm No Princess (Part 3)

#4 Some Proposal: I'm No Princess (Part 4)

#5 Royally Unprepared: Prince of Pout (Part 1) – coming soon

Please be aware that this story uses Australian English spelling and syntax.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780648438144
Publisher: Sleeping Dragon Books
Publication date: 03/15/2019
Series: Royal Misadventures Omnibus , #1
Pages: 504
Sales rank: 743,879
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.12(d)

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AT_202 8 months ago
The I’m No Princess series is a sweet, funny YA royal romance. I fell in love with Tati from the first page. She is klutzy, spunky, endearing, and trying to navigate the upperclass world as she goes to live with her noble father and sister. Tati reminds me a bit of myself and because of that, I found her relatable. She is also the type of girl that I would have loved for a best friend. The three princes are all swoon worthy. Nico had me laughing with all of his flirting antics and I have a soft spot Konstantin. Dmitri - sigh, swoon. I just adored him. I also loved Tati’s father. He is like that cool dad who straddles the line between father and friend. There are of course a few villains full of disdain and the underlying civil unrest within the country. Considering these books are novellas, the author did a great job of crafting well-developed likable characters. The storyline is engaging and the novellas moved at a good pace. The author did leave the potential for future novellas from the other princes - at least I hope they get their own stories!