Somehow I expected more from this book. The idea was quite cute but I was a bit disappointed by the inaccuracies when it came to the UK bit of the story. Almost until the end I did not understand who Henry actually was. Him being called "Prince of England" feels like such American ignorance—even if it is the typical thing he is being called in the US. Prince of Wales? Why? He is not heir apparent. Anyway, apart from those things, it was a rather cute book. Many things were obviously predictable–something one expects from romance novels I guess—so there was not a lot of surprise in the book. The long chapters sometimes felt a bit too much. At least it was easy to read.
Paperback, 418 pages
Published June 7, 2019 by St. Martin's Griffin.