Audio Book Review: The Lost Princess by Lacy Williams

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The Lost Princess was such a nice conclusion to the Cowboy Fairytales series. Once again, the narrator was the same as on the othor audiobooks and did an excellent job with the reading of this enjoyable story.

I really liked both main characters. Kylie and Nick had a past connection from when they were kids. Their growing attraction was sweet. But there were definitely some very tense and dangerous moments in this novella, too. This story provided an ending to the danger to the royal family that had been rearing its head at various times throughout the series.

I have enjoyed the Cowboy Fairytales series so much and I definitely recommend it to those who enjoy fairy tales or novels with a royal family setting, like I do.

(4 stars)

I received a complimentary copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

BONUS REVIEW

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At the end of the audio book for The Lost Princess, the author provided information to receive a free audio novellette titled A Fairytale Christmas. This excellent short story was, once again, very nicely narrated by Lara Asmundson.

Although it was only a short little peek into the lives of the princesses, their husbands, and their cousin Pieter, it was EXACTLY the ending that I craved! The author tied everything up in a beautiful bow that had me smiling and very happy with the way the lives of these fictional characters had played out.

If you have a chance to listen to this novella after finishing the Cowboy Fairytales series, I highly recommend that you do so.

(5 stars)

ABOUT THE BOOK:

the-lost-princessFrom a USA Today bestselling author Book 5 in the Cowboy Fairytales series

She has never belonged anywhere…
Kylie Winters never knew her father, and after her mother’s recent death, she’s on a journey of self-discovery. She barely arrives in the small town where she grew up before she has a run in with the law—and comes face to face with the policeman who was her childhood best friend. When it seems danger has followed her into town, Nick is the one she turns to for help.
Nick Harris spent years wondering about the girl who disappeared from his life. When Kylie hits town, he knows this is his chance to find out who the woman has become. He’s intent on keeping her safe, and not just for absolution from his past mistakes. He loved Kylie as a kid, and it’s not long before those feelings come rushing back.
And then the news breaks that Kylie is a long-lost princess…

The Lost Princess is a contemporary western retelling of the Princess and the Pea fairytale and Book 5 in the Cowboy Fairytales series.

Purchase the Kindle book here.

Purchase the audio book here.

ABOUT THE BONUS NOVELETTE:

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Find out what’s happened with each of the Fairytales couples. Alessandra and Gideon have a secret…
Did Eloise get her happily-ever-after with Cody…?
Will Pieter finally pop the question…?
And more.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

LacyWilliams

Lacy Williams is a wife and mom from Oklahoma. She loves dogs, reading, hiking, and watching movies.

Her debut novel won ACFW’s prestigious Genesis award before being published. She promises readers happily-ever-afters guaranteed.

Lacy combines her love of dogs with her passion for literacy by volunteering with her therapy dog Mr. Bingley in a local Kids Reading to Dogs program.

Lacy loves to hear from readers at lacyjwilliams@gmail.com . You can find more original fiction (short stories) and giveaways at her website and can be found on social media at www.facebook.com/lacywilliamsbooks and www.twitter.com/lacy_williams .

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About Brittany

I am a homeschooling mother of four children. I am an avid reader and have been for as long as I can remember. I truly enjoy reading and reviewing books I focus my reading and my reviews on Christian fiction, primarily Christian romantic fiction. I hope you will find my reviews helpful in your decisions on what books to read.
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