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The Princesses

(The Princess Series)
Length: 7 hrs and 42 mins
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The Princess bundle includes the entire Princess Series with a BRAND NEW BONUS story at the end.

It's crowns galore as we give you all the brooding kings your heart can hold. Climb on your throne and adjust your tiara… we've got cherries to pop and heirs to make.

©2017 Author Alexa Riley LLC. (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • RM
  • 28-05-19

Typical Alexa Riley ~ OTT goofy HEAs

Audio borrowed via KU. FYI... the ebook is 99 cents and you can add the Audible for another $1.99. So opt for that over spending a credit or paying list price.

As long as you understand that these short stories are over the top goofy, insta-love, and smutty, you’ll be fine. Each novella is about a different “royal” couple (the authors don’t even bother giving the countries names) that immediately fall in love, have sex, and then get married. Riley is an admitted fan of epilogues, so even though these are short ~ each has at least one epilogue.

Drawbacks for me. The constant reference by all the “Kings” that they are going to “breed” their intended/wives. This isn’t sexy to me and kills even an OTT mood during sex scenes. Also, the male narrator has a nice voice and during the first two novellas he’s trying to give each King a distinctive “accent”. Unfortunately he can’t seem to hold the accent and it drifts in and out. The first story was kind of British and the second was almost Southern (Texas? Georgia? I don’t know what he was going for, it was all over the place). It distracted from the stories and would have been better if he just used his own voice.

For me this was a fun break, but I’m glad i borrowed it via KU since I doubt I’d listen again. For less than $3, it’s not a bad deal though.

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  • MayBae
  • 17-10-18

I could have done without the male narrator...

I’m a huge fan of Alexa Riley and she’s almost always a “one-click” author for me. I definitely like her earlier works better than some of the new stuff, but I did end up buying each of the Princess books individually. I have been waiting for some of her earlier books to come out on Audible (for a long time, there was only one that wasn’t part of the For Her and For You series, which I loathe).

That being said, since I owned the individual books, I knew the premise going in. The female author was good and I had no issues with her. The male author, however, kind of bugged me. His voice was better in the second story than the first. I understand that he had to voice differently based on personalities, but the first one was tough to get through listening to his voice. It sounded less “alpha” and more “a**hole.” The other stories he voiced were better, so I was able to put that aside to finish the books, but it still irked me. You win some, you lose some...