Book Review: Not Fit For A King by Jane Porter + Giveaway!!!

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Not Fit For A King
Jane Porter
Royalty Dup, #1
Harlequin; Reprint Edition
May 22, 2012
192 pages
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4/5 Books

The Impostor Princess…
It’s the stuff of fairytales: Hannah agrees to help out a princess, and within hours finds herself engaged to a king! But this dangerous charade has to end fast — the electrifying chemistry between them feels far too real!

…and the King!

Zale’s royal bride-to-be looks like the pampered princess he’s being forced to wed — yet she transforms into a feisty woman who makes his blue blood run hot! But is she fit to be his queen? Zale will just have to tempt her out from beneath her tiara to find out!

Author Jane Porter

About The Author:
Award winning novelist, Jane Porter made a smashing debut on the chick lit scene with her single title release, The Frog Prince (Warner, May 2005). With a Bachelor of Arts degree in American Studies from UCLA, and a Master of Arts in Writing from University of San Francisco, Porter has had incredible success as writer of contemporary romance. A two-time Rita finalist, the Romance Writers of America awarded Porter the Golden Heart in Long Contemporary Fiction category in 1998.

Connect With The Author:
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My Review:
Jane Porter’s talent for writing a captivating book is awesome! From page one, I was pulled into the story of these twins switching places and the fun just went on from there. The characters that Ms. Porter created were complex and witty, the plot line absolutely intriguing!

Twins separated at birth, Hannah and Princess Emmeline meat in Palm Beach Florida. Not knowing they are twins, people always mistaking them for each other, Emmeline enlists Hannah on a scheme to switch places so Emmeline can escape to see friends and take care of an issue. But, when Emmeline doesn’t return, Hannah is forced to head back to Raguvia to impersonate Princess Emmeline. But, the moment she lays eyes on the Princess’ fiance, Hannah is lost. Lost in his sexiness and forever will remember him. As the days drag on and still no word from Emmeline, Hannah falls more and more in love with the handsome King. But, when the King finds out who she really is, will she be able to live her life the same away again?

King Zale knows that there’s something different about the icy princess he proposed to a year ago. She’s fiestier, more challenging and the chemistry between them is stronger than ever. But, when they attend a fundraiser and she doesn’t know her childhood friends, something comes to light. She’s not the same Princess he knew. Perhaps she’s still playing games and seeing her polo playing boyfriend? When he learns the truth about the Princess, he turns cold and angry, his heart breaking. But will the truth coming from one person he trusts more than anything, help heal his broken heart?

I absolutely love Ms. Porter’s 4 Book worthy book and can’t wait to jump into Princess Emmeline’s story! This is one amazing set of books and will sweep you away to royalty, and fill you characters that ignite sparks of passion, and present the reader with a book of true love and happy ever afters! Fantastic job, Ms. Porter!!!


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5 Comments

  • Reply mike draper

    Something about this book does seem interesting. I’d like to read it.

    10 June, 2012 at 1:25 pm
  • Reply Crystal Newman

    I really love Jane Porter’s books. I’ve not read this one yet.

    10 June, 2012 at 1:41 pm
  • Reply JoAnne Weiss

    Thanks for sharing. Looks like an interesting read.

    10 June, 2012 at 2:18 pm
  • Reply Sheila K.

    Sounds like a fun read—thanks for the opportunity to win a copy!

    10 June, 2012 at 2:45 pm
  • Reply Maria D.

    I’ve always liked stories about twins changing places. I have a sister who is three years younger than I am and years ago we used to look more alike and I’ve often wondered what it would have been like to be her for a day….lol…Not Fit For a King sounds like fun romance to read. Thanks for the review.

    10 June, 2012 at 6:39 pm
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