Loving a Prince Charming

Loving a Prince Charming Once upon a Time in a Kingdom that was just a little twisted oh yeah and kinda far away Fairy Godmothers Rule Elf Kings drool and a Prince was betrothed to a somnolent Princess Too bad his heart

  • Title: Loving a Prince Charming
  • Author: Danielle Monsch
  • ISBN: 9781938593024
  • Page: 234
  • Format: ebook
  • Once upon a Time, in a Kingdom that was just a little twisted oh yeah, and kinda far away , Fairy Godmothers Rule Elf Kings drool, and a Prince was betrothed to a somnolent Princess.Too bad his heart was already lost to a fiery mannered and maned bodyguardAs the Prince of a large kingdom who desired his peoples health and prosperity, for Seth honor and integrity wereOnce upon a Time, in a Kingdom that was just a little twisted oh yeah, and kinda far away , Fairy Godmothers Rule Elf Kings drool, and a Prince was betrothed to a somnolent Princess.Too bad his heart was already lost to a fiery mannered and maned bodyguardAs the Prince of a large kingdom who desired his peoples health and prosperity, for Seth honor and integrity were than mere words, and putting duty before desire was second nature If sometimes he looked at Kira best friend since childhood and his personal guard and regretted his betrothal to the Princess of a neighboring kingdom, well, that was the price he had to pay for his people s happiness.Even if that Princess was cursed and given the nickname Sleeping Beauty.With maybe a little help from a Fairy Godmother, Seth discovers the way to end the curse and sets off on a perilous journey to free Sleeping Beauty Kira rides with him, by his side as always, but Kira s nearness represents a different type of danger Only love can break the curse, but how can Seth keep his promise to wake the slumbering Princess when being with Kira makes his heart demand a very selfish Happily Ever After

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    About "Danielle Monsch"

    1. Danielle Monsch

      Born to the pothole ridden streets of Pittsburgh, PA, USA Today Bestselling author Danielle Monsch started writing in a time long ago, a time when there were not enough vampire stories to read and she had to write her own to fill the void Yes, such a time of darkness did indeed exist.Danielle writes stories full of fantastical goodness and plenty of action, but always with lots of romance and a bit of woo hoo mixed in Vampires and Werewolves and Demons and Angels, Sword Sorcery, Fairy Tales, Updated Mythologies and the like if it s out of the ordinary, it s fair game for her stories.When not writing, Danielle reads comic books and watches cartoons though she says she reads manga and watches anime, because saying it in a different language makes all the difference She listens to music, plays DD, follows XKCD, watches movies with the Rifftrax on, and is mom to two amazing little girls and wife to her favorite guy in the world You can find Dani at DanielleMonsch, facebook DanielleMonschAuthor, twitter Danielle_Monsch, and can email her at Dani DanielleMonsch

    337 thoughts on “Loving a Prince Charming”

    1. This was great! I had read #2, Loving an Ugly Beast, in the Fairy Tales & Ever Afters series, and was incredibly tickled when Ms. Monsch offered me this one. This is book three in the series. I can't thank her enough for letting me read this one, too!This is a short story, which is the only complaint I have! Although the story had a beautiful beginning, middle and end, I just wanted more! Good thing that it looks like the FGs (Fairy Godmothers) will be back with another story at some point! [...]

    2. This was CHARMING, which suits the PRINCE CHARMING!Honor and Integrity were more than words to Seth - they were the values he lived his life by. As Prince of a large kingdom, putting duty before desire was vital for the prosperity and wellness of his people. If sometimes he looked at Kira – best friend since childhood and his personal guard – and regretted his betrothal to the Princess of a neighboring kingdom, well, that was the price he had to pay for his people’s happiness. Even if that [...]

    3. 4 STARS Fairy Tales & Ever Afters , Book 3 This was a good remake of sleeping beauty. I figured out where the story was going to go early on though. There was one sex scene it could of done without. I love fairy tales. The plot is Sleeping Beauty. Rosamund is cursed she will cut herself on a spinning wheel by her 23 birthday and fall into a deep sleep till the curse is lifted. Prince Seth at her birth was made the Princess betrothed. When Prince Seth is around 13 he meetsI like Prince Seth h [...]

    4. Another book based on a fairy tale. This time is "Sleeping Beauty". But forget what you read in your childhood. Daniele Monsch knew turn upside down the story and created a charming and funny book.The story begins with Seth and Kira strolling through the King's castle neighbor, and end up hiding in a dark room. As everything revolves around enchanted worlds, he ends up in the room of a beautiful and lonely little girl and discovers that she was his bethroned. But Rosamund's life was involved in [...]

    5. A delightful, modern take on Sleeping Beauty with a fabulous twist or two!3 1/2 stars rounded to 4 because I can't bring the average down--I enjoy the series too much!Princess Rosemund has been locked away since birth when the Elf King cursed her--before she turned 23 she would prick her finger on a spindle and fall into everlasting slumber. Her betrothed, handsome Prince Seth, has sworn to marry her and give her true love's first kiss and therefore break the spell. Unfortunately, his heart didn [...]

    6. Prince Seth and Kira have been friends since childhood, they support and look out for each other. Kira is no royal though, as they grow up Kira knows she feels more for Seth than friendship, but he is betrothed to princess rosamund, she has a curse hanging over her and his the only one to break it. This is a different take on the fairy tale sleeping beauty, and I really liked it. The characthers were entertaining and interesting. The story had lots of twists and turns, and one really fun but sex [...]

    7. Fairy tale re-telling of Sleeping Beauty.I didn't enjoy this as much as the second novella in the series. Maybe because of the hero's refusal to admit what he wanted and go after it. The story deals with the hero's dilemma of duty vs. heart and the duty chant made my heart hurt at times. I do like the how the author takes the classic fairy tales and puts her own twist to it, but since I have read the previous book I was prepared for her twists.

    8. Prince Seth has been promised to princess Rosamund since his birth. He also promised her to save her from the curse and to never love anyone but her when he was thirteenBut life, love, and fate are fickle.I didn't like this one. There was no development in the character voice (at least for Seth) between the first chapter (when he was thirteen) and the rest of the story (when he was twenty-five), making him sound juvenile and sometimes even childish.The conflict dragged on for too long (and this [...]

    9. Yeah, this wasn't bad. I like non-bitchy feminist kick-ass women who protect their men and have nothing to proveis book had at least one of thoseThe twists and changes to the classic tale were alright too.Some parts had me rolling my eyes though. If my dad told me he wasn't my dad, I don't think I would care less. I mean, I don't need him to be my BIOLOGICAL dad. He IS my dad already and that's all that matters to me. Shit, he raised me all these years. Gotta give him some credit for that.

    10. i mean ,i am starting to love this author ,until now i love all of her books . so my review this is a sweet read about a prince charming and a girl that is SO bad ass LOL . is sweet , funny , and sexy ,even it has a tiny bit of drama ,OH and the main characters are VIRGIN !!both of them i just love the virgins books because it does not have ex-girlfriend or boyfriend etc AND it have happyly ever after LOL

    11. So it might be a little cliché in a sense, but I like the twist to the tale of Sleeping Beauty that Danielle Monsch has in her story. We see a prince who is not only a man who wants understands responsibility and honour, but who is torn between duty and love. And then we see a young girl, his best friend and the possibly the love of his life, and she can't have him because he's promised to another. While this set up seems like the Edward-Bella-Jacob triangle that annoyed me to no end in Twiligh [...]

    12. I have to admit, one of the reasons I was most interested in picking up this book was because of the similarities in our unusual last names. This was a wonderful short story (only 76 Kindle pages) and the third in the Fairy Tales & Ever Afters series. It is a respun telling of the classic sleeping beauty story from the Prince’s point of view. I love retellings. I read it in one afternoon. I would love to see Ms. Monsch develop these stories further. As full size books, I believe they would [...]

    13. Seth knows what he has to do as prince of his kingdom. He is betrothed to a princess who has been cursed. He knows he has to marry her and make the kingdom happy. What he really wants is his best friend and guard Kira. He sets out on a mission with Kira to break the curse on his princess who they call Sleeping Beauty. He finds it harder to fight his love for Kira along the way and he doesn't know how he will break the curse Sleeping Beauty is under when he loves another.This is a quick read and [...]

    14. Oh my! This was PURE PERFECTION and I loved it! This is an AWESOME HOT fractured fairy tale that I will want to read again and again! I've loved the prior two tales in this series and I highly recommend them! This third one is the BEST yet! If you love to read fairy tales re-told, all of her stories are MUST reads and this one is the crowning glory!!Princess Rosamund has been cursed from birth that she will cut herself with a spinning wheel on her 23rd birthday and fall into a forever slumber. P [...]

    15. As a fan or fairytale retellings I was eagerly looking forward to this book. I mean what is not to love about a romantic story that has a new twist on the Sleeping Beauty tale. While the plot was interesting one of the characters disappointed me so much that it put a damper on my enjoyment. I was not at all impressed with Prince Seth. The synopsis says he has honor and integrity. Yet when it comes down to it he gave it all up for one night of passion. He just wasn’t the hero I had hoped he wou [...]

    16. Seth is a prince of a large kingdom and he has been betrothed to a cursed Princess of the neighboring kingdom. He has grown up knowing but never paying mind to it Kira is Seth’s best friend, daughter to one of the guards, she grows up to be his personal guard. Always knowing that although she loves him, he will never be her’s Seth has found the princess one day and he knows he will go through with his promise no matter what, except he never paid much attention to his feelings for Kira. Will [...]

    17. This is a sweet, relatively short book that was easy to read and a lot of fun. The characters were well developed and you can't help but feel a bit sorry for the male lead. I love stories that remind me of the books I read as a child, the more traditional fairytale and in this case, this book reminded me a bit of every good fairytale I have ever read. The story progresses quickly and it keeps you guessing so you aren't really sure which way it is going to go. I also loved that both of the promin [...]

    18. 4 Stars I love a good retold fairy tale, and this one qualifies. That being said, it is a little predictable.Rosemund has been locked away all her life because she has been cursed to sleep for 100 years. At birth she was betrothed to Seth who is supposed to wake her up with a true love kiss to break the spell. Seth will do his duty by Rosemund because he can never forget the shy sheltered little girl he found hidden away in her father’s castle. The only snag in this plan is Kira, his best frie [...]

    19. I love this book it is a retelling of Sleeping Beauty.It has three twists which I wasn't expecting. These twists diffently makes this book unique.It's the uniqueness that makes this book such a great read.This book does have sex in it so I wouldn't recommend it for younger readers.I like that their isn't just one fairy godmother but a fairy godmother corporation.I would love to work for that corporation.I kind of like that it was an elf king and not an evil fairy like in the original fairy tale [...]

    20. Does anyone ever wonder what Prince Charming thought about the whole thing?Usually the focus is on the princess and her tribulations, with the prince merely showing up at the end of the tale. His role is simply to slay the dragon and deliver true love’s kiss, after which he and the princess live Happily Ever After. Getting Prince Seth’s version of what happened is a refreshing twist.Author Monsch has embued this very familiar story with originality, humor, and some surprising sensuality.It [...]

    21. This is a cute, quick story. A very different take on the story of Sleeping Beauty. The prince is in love with his best friend, who is also his bodyguard (I loved that aspect of the story). But he's obligated to marry another princess - the princess cursed to sleep forever, or for many years (it's been a while since I read the book). But this being a fairy tale, true love will prevail, somehow. There's a journey and a battle or two. Then some big, life-altering secrets are revealed.After I read [...]

    22. This was a short, sweet story, good twist. But there was no BANG. Nothing that just made me sit back and say wow. The characters are sweet, the story is sweet, get my point? Toothache waiting to happen from it all. Even the sexy part, wasn't too hot. I have to say, the cover is sexier than the book.The author writes well, and the story flowed perfectly. Kira and Seth are sweet and endearing. But, you can't really connect with them, or rather, aren't given much time to. The story moves along quit [...]

    23. this book combined a bunch of my favorite tropes, which was an awesome surprise! closet pining, friends-to-lovers, a female lead who can fight & a male lead who knows when to stand back and let her it was great. definitely a good comfort read, as it had a minimum of angst and a really cute relationship between the main pair. (my only complaint is that i would have (view spoiler)[ gone after the kings more!! the things rosamund had to go through it was awful, and i don't feel that they were s [...]

    24. And she did it again. A compelling story I just couldn't put down, two main characters I just fell for and a tragic atmosphere that took my breath away. Fairy tales have Happily Ever Afters - but what if you don't want the end that you know has to be the end? I bit my nails down to the quick trying to find a way out of the mess for those two, it was sometimes hard to read on because I feared what would happen next but at the same time I just couldn't stop. Wow! Really, this author has a knack fo [...]

    25. ***** Thank you to Net Galley for allowing me access to this book *****2.5, maybe. I normally LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, retold fairy tales. This one, not as much. I did enjoy the twist on the traditional sleeping beauty. It was fun idea. I did not enjoy the dialogue, especially in the intimate scenes. I felt that it didn't add value to the story and kind of cheapened the prince's character. How can a spell that's supposed to be broken by "True Love's First Kiss," still be true love's first kiss is you s [...]

    26. Another wonderfully modern twist on an old fairy tale by Danielle Monsch. This time it's Sleeping Beauty but don't expect anything like the original in this delightful story. The curse isn't placed by a disgruntled fairy but by The Elf King and the lovely deviations on the original just continue from there. I am looking to buy some more of this series as soon as funds allow (having read two great stories already).

    27. I thought the book was really cute for a fairytale retelling of sleeping beauty. It was a shorter read but that helped to keep my attention. I was pleasantly surprised that the heroine was so tough and I kind of saw the ending coming but it was still cute. The story had some steamy scenes but they added to the story not degrading it. I would say check this book out and read it, it had a little of everything and that made for an enjoyable read.

    28. Loving a Prince Charming by Danielle Monsch is a great story. Prince Charming does not spend his time looking for his sleeping beauty whom is locked away in a tower. He, spends his time waiting for her curse to come to its end so her father will release her from the secluded room she is kept in. When Pricnce Charming discovers the hardships his betrothed is facing he vows to do whatever it takes to keep her safe. Keeping that vow is not as easy as it would.

    29. Excellent series!A few confusing typos, but over all excellent!Without spoilers I can say it had humor, drama, and the right amount of suspense! A heroine to look up to, and a hero that is easy to adore and love!I highly recommend this series!

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