Author: Alexis Noelle
Genre: Romantic Comedy
This book! OMG, this book I want every one of friends to read so we can have inside jokes about all the hilarious escapades in this book.Kiss My Crown by Alexis Noelle has to be the funniest read I have had ALL year! Haven’t we all dreamed of being the Princess? Kate gets to be that Princess and she takes along for the ride. Charming is anything but in Dreamland and their HEA is, well, not.Best friends Melanie, an evil queen and Dani, a fairy are there to back their girl up. Just that trio would be enough, but you also get pirates, dancers, and chipmunks! Speaking of pirates, Kate meets Justin outside of work and hits it off with him. Kate finds out the Justin is a Pirate and according to park hierarchy, Princess can’t be with Pirates.
Kate is unhappy having to be the “happy princess” all the time and with a quick wit and sarcastic tongue she moves through her life looking for her HEA. Could it be with Justin? It’s a great jaunt (like that word? Kinda Princessary!) that these characters take us on. I will never be able to look at another Princess and not think of Kate.
A quick read, I laughed from the first page to the last. I loved every page. I highlighted so many quotes just so I could go back and read them again and laugh some more and this book is so good that I don’t want to share because YOU NEED TO READ THIS BOOK!
Melanie and Dani are getting their own books too which just makes me happy to know that I can look forward to another day of laughing until I cry.
Bravo Ms. Noelle. Great writing, enchanting characters and brilliant storyline. This book is a definite 5 STAR One Click!
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book for an honest review.
“It’s a quick, fun, and sassy ride.” – Two Book Pushers
“Alexis Noelle hit it out of the humor park this time around!” – Renee Entress’s Blog
“OMG!!! This book was absolutely amazing!” – Hot Box Reviews
“I freakin’ loved this book! It was so refreshing to read a book filled with humor instead of one filled with a lot of angst and suspense!” – Stephanie’s Book Reports