Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Book Review #405 - Twice Upon a Time by Kate Forster

Twice Upon A Time

Cinda's backpacking trip takes an unexpected turn when she meets gorgeous, fun-loving and incredibly wealthy Ludo in Italy. Suddenly, Cinda is thrust into the heady, glamorous world of the super rich, and she's hanging out on yachts and villas all over Europe. It's the ultimate summer fling - what more could a girl want?

But when Cinda meets Gus, Ludo's equally gorgeous twin brother - and heir to the Sardinian throne - she starts to realise true happiness is not just about how much you party. And that true love can be found in the most unexpected places.

Both prince brothers are determined to win Cinda's heart, and one of them will throw everything away to be with her.....but will it be the right one?

My Rating: 4/5

I received this book for review from Hardie Grant Egmont. 

This was a fun and exciting book to read. I loved how it was set in Europe as it is different from all the other Smitten novels.

Kate Forster always creates strong protagonists and this book wasn't any different. Cinda was very mature and outgoing. I liked how she didn't treat Ludo and Gus any differently when she found out they were royalty.

To begin with Ludo was charming and seemed perfect for Cinda. Gus was arrogant and didn't respect anyone he deemed beneath him.

Jonas was the perfect best friend for Cinda. Their relationship was realistic and likeable.

There was a strong fairy tale feel to this book which I loved. The ending, although not very realistic helped create this.

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