"Wickedly entertaining! Light, witty, and original, Wickedly Charming is also a wry insider's view of publishing and the heady delights of being a booklover." -Mary Jo Putney, New York Times Bestselling Author of Never Less Than a Lady He's given up on happily-ever-after... Cinderella's Prince... show more
"Wickedly entertaining! Light, witty, and original, Wickedly Charming is also a wry insider's view of publishing and the heady delights of being a booklover." -Mary Jo Putney, New York Times Bestselling Author of Never Less Than a Lady He's given up on happily-ever-after... Cinderella's Prince Charming is divorced and at a dead end. The new owner of a bookstore, Charming has given up on women, royalty, and anything that smacks of a future. That is, until he meets up with Mellie... But she may be the key to happily-right-now... Mellie is sick and tired of stepmothers being misunderstood. Vampires have redeemed their reputation, why shouldn't stepmothers do the same? Then she runs into the handsomest, most charming man she's ever met and discovers she's going about her mission all wrong... It's only natural that sparks fly and magic ensues when these two fairy tale refugees put their heads-and vulnerable hearts-together... Praise For Simply Irresistible "A sweet romance...Grayson's clever, humor-tinged writing is absolutely delightful." -Booklist "Danger, humor, and passion are all here and in full force." -RT Bookclub Top Pick (20110224)
Format: Mass Market
Publish date: May 3rd 2011
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 380
Edition language: English
, Paranormal Romance
, Fairy Tales
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Fates (#7)
While I appreciate Grayson having an older couple and a romantic hero who's balding and paunchy, this book was painfully slow-moving and ridiculously silly, and I hated the characters' personalities.
This is a fairy tale about a fairy tale, if you read it as such it is a good afternoon read. Cinderella's Prince Charming is divorced and at a dead-end in his career, so he opens a bookstore and travels the land ordering books and discovering new authors. Still handsome and still charming, he has gi...
I really enjoyed this book. It was a pleasant, different take on fairy tales. I also read the prequel, but didn't need to- the prequel covered the event in the beginning of this book and some things were repeated.
Ah, fairy tales. Ever read them and wondered what happened after the Prince marries the girl? Did they really live happily ever after? Well, here's one version where it didn't. Divorced with two children, Prince Charming now runs a bookstore. A man after my own heart--he reads! *wink*One thing about...