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A Kiss at Midnight by Eloisa James
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Nov 22, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: funny, tears, steamy, snarky
Read from November 22 to 24, 2011


This was my first Eloisa James and I'll tell you right now...it won't be my last. What a lovely story. The characters are so rich and the dialogue had me rolling. Loved the snarky sense of humor between the Prince Gabriel and Kate. There were so many good things I can't even begin to go through them all. I just sucked down the book like someone was going to take it away from me this morning.

The cast of characters was well rounded and no one had a fade to the background kind of voice. The Prince learned through the book about being a good leader and putting his family---crazy as they were--ahead of his happiness. So much so that he almost lost Kate in the process. The ending really suited the story and I liked that he found his own way around his problem instead of finding himself in a loveless marriage with a rich princess just because he thought that was his only option.

I'm anxious to read more from her Fairytale line.

Amazing job, Mz. James!

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20.0% "I'm enjoying this. The pace is good and Kate's quirky. I just hope she gets over this 'i'm ugly' thing soon."
28.0% "how did i not know how delightful eloisa James is? toyally enjoying her"

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