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A Pastry Princess

3.51  ·  Rating Details ·  43 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Serafina Blair was the joke of the court—the pastry princess—a chubby mouse with an unfashionable interest in shop keeping. But despite that, she triumphs, opening a second franchise to her successful pastry store. Queen Helena ‘rewards’ her by giving her two virile warriors as her servants, Ismet with long gilt hair and golden eyes and dark and moody Tahir, a desert ...more
ebook, first, 135 pages
Published September 6th 2011 by Loose Id
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Gaylin Walli
I bought this one based on the hook of the sample I downloaded. I think the story had promise but at some point that fell apart. I think I was expecting some greater evidence of the bond between the three main characters. I never saw that happen other than through the eyes of the princess while she watches the sexual antics of the two males she is with. Several of the concepts were intriguing but over all, but I wish the development of the characters had been a little beefier.
There was something about the story here that seemed a bit disjointed. I felt like it jumped around too much or something. It just didn't flow well for me. I liked the premise and the content but just no so much of the way it was put together. I've read a few Jan Irving books, and this is the first one I've felt this way about. I'll have to pass it off as fluke and move on.
~ Lei ~ Reading Is An Adventure ~
A sweet story of Seri, Tihar and Ismet. Seri is 18th in line for the throne and by sheer determination has made her business, Pastry Princess a success. Her cousin the queen, assigns two slaves, Tihar and Ismet to her so that she can continue her line. There's a nasty count who's been evil to all of them. I really liked this story and would like to check out this author for more.
Sep 12, 2011 Shelly rated it liked it
I'm not sure why, I had a hard time with this one. I will admit that this my first Jan Irving novel. I would love to have learned a bit more about the guys especially Tahir but I'll tale what I can get.
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Jan Irving has worked in all kinds of creative fields, from painting silk to making porcelain ceramics, to interior design, but writing was always her passion.

She feels you can’t fully understand characters until you follow their journey through a story world.
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