Adventurer Lance Desmond needs to produce a fortune before his arch-rival collects the bounty on his head. He risks an ancient curse to retrieve treasure hidden within icebound Castle Cavanaugh, only to become trapped inside. Not with the gold he so desperately needs, but with medieval Princess Marigold who's been cooling her heels since... well, medieval times.
The lonely princess refuses to acknowledge the blossoming attraction between them. Not just because she deserves a better future than a penniless rogue. But because at midnight, he'll vanish like all her other would-be heroes. And the evergreen in the parlor will have one more figurine hanging from its boughs.
You know those romance books you pick out when you read the blurb and you think... Oh, how sweet. I think I'd like this, its different from what I usually read. That's what I thought.
So I sit down and get comfy to read Let it Snow and I get a quarter of the way through the book and well... I pulled one of these...
I gave up reading the book because I start to think there is just no way of coming back from this, but leaving a story half read tends to drive me nuts so I pick it up again and I finish reading.
After what I just read I can only conclude that....
Now I'm supposed to write a review and I have no idea how.
I'm not sure if its supposed to be like this, is it supposed to be a fantasy or a psydream kind of thing, or historical with ... I don't know.
I mean, its not poorly written but apps and smart phones, princesses in castles talking about Bach like he's in the past but we are in the past but they're downloading books and I am totally lost.
I have no idea how to rate this book.
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