Monday, October 24, 2011

Review: Plain Jane's Prince Charming by Melissa McClone

Plain Jane’s Prince Charming by Melissa McClone
(A sweet, full length romance published by Harlequin Romance)

For waitress Jane Dawson, happily-ever-afters only happen in fairy tales…So when she approaches sexy millionaire Chase Ryder, she’s thrilled he’ll sponsor her charity. Of course, there’s no chance Chase will be interested in a girl like her!

Chase has always dated women like him, focused and controlled. But Jane’s passion to help others is like a breath of fresh air. Can Chase let down his guard? Because Jane’s a woman in a million and deserves her very own happy ending.

This book probably is one of the best stories I have read in a long time. The synopsis doesn’t give you enough of an idea of how good the writing is. Within a few pages I was hooked. I felt I knew all the characters intimately, not just the main two characters, but most of the other people in the story as well. It made the story so much more interesting and fun that I just couldn’t put it down until I finished.

The story line is sweet, but believable and so tender and kind. The plot line is wonderful and caring, and although I knew how it was going to probably end, I was never quite certain about the other characters, and they are essential to the story line. I was really impressed with the author’s ability to keep my focus while covering so much that was important. None of it was boring, and some times, it was almost heartbreaking, but still kept my attention.

This is the first book I have read by this author, but it won’t be the last. I am already looking for other titles by her. If you love sweet and tender stories, don’t miss this one.

FTC Disclaimer: I purchased this book on my own.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the review! So happy you enjoyed the story.

    I was just trying to catch up on some google alerts and clean out my inbox when I found the link to your review from the fall! What a nice surprise :-)


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