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Dec 11, Jojo M added it. Seeing as how I didn't finish reading this book I feel it would be un-fair to actually rate it. It's not that I was too busy or something I just couldn't finish reading this book. It kind of seemed ridiculous to me. How does one actually go through with a week of sex after finding out the real reason she was brought to his country?
I feel like s Seeing as how I didn't finish reading this book I feel it would be un-fair to actually rate it. I feel like saying makes me feel sick makes me sound too dramatic, but it's truly sad and disturbing that one would actually still give themselves to one who treated them in such a way.
Oct 25, Shweta Choudhary rated it it was amazing. Con't do it don't do it LOLA!!! Shit with the ending Next book please??? Decemeber please come soon Will you? WTF for real.. I am a huge fan of J. I love her work, her characters, and the worlds she creates for them.
Her books are always entertaining, romantic, and well written. It is with a heavy heart that I write this review. Taming My Prince Charming by J. Cooper is the sequel to Finding My Prince Charming.
I was looking forward to this release because of the cliffhanger in the first book. I was also hoping that I could connect with these characters this go round and become more invested in their story. I was also under the impression that this was the conclusion to their story. But this was not the case. Taming My Prince Charming was just another installment into the ongoing story and ended with another cliffhanger.
But this time around I think this cliffhanger left a bad taste among some readers. Xavier has taken Lola to Romerius under the pretense of a royal engagement. We are under the impression that he did this to protect Lola from the media. But why would this protect her when a royal engagement would cause even more sensation. Once they are in Romerius it becomes clear that Xavier has an agenda.
What that agenda is never really explained or hinted at. Is it revenge? Is it a power play? Who is his revenge directed at and why? The only person that suffered throughout this book was Lola. She was subjected to some pretty ugly situations where she had no clue how to react. She was kept in the dark. Xavier not only has used her for his own sexual pleasures, he is exposing and exploiting her in a perverse world in which she does not belong.
She went from being a strong, intelligent, independent young woman to becoming a submissive doormat. She gave Xavier some sass at times but let him walk all over her when her inner self was screaming to run in the other direction.
The Lola from the first book would have been on a plane back to London without any second thoughts. Readers were expecting Lola to be introduced into the world of royality. We were expecting the conflict to come from that world. The royal world barely came into play. The readers were briefly introduced to the royal family. They did not get any information about the country of Romerius, the traditions, the politics, and their part in the world. It was unclear what exactly this club is in the whole scheme of things.
It is obvious The Club is for royals to act out on their sexual perversities and indiscretions. And why would they label these acts of indiscretions as a Ball? I felt like the plot was jumbled and not on a clear direction.
I also felt that the author was borrowing from other plots from her previous books. The Club is clearly one of those things. I felt like the characters were not fully developed. We never get a true sense of who Xavier is. We get glimpses into his thoughts but they are not clear or followed through. He does not really come across as a Crown Prince. He has no concerns for his nationality, his countrymen, or his role in their lives.
We never understand his attraction to Lola other than wanting to screw her. He abuses her innocence, insults her integrity, and treats her like a cheap whore most of the time. He is never tender with her. Why would she be attracted to a man who treats her so badly. As for all of the secondary characters I got a sense of who they were but just a small bit. I know their names but am not sure how they really fit into the story. Taming My Prince Charming was not a royal romance. I feel adding the word romance is somewhat of a farce as far as this book is concerned.
The character interaction, the build up of sexual chemistry, and the dialogue that leads to a romantic love story was missing. It was more of a few sexual interludes that had no tenderness or true fire behind them.
I will read the next book in this series because of Lola and Lola alone. She was left in a horrific situation that has my gut clenching.
I am hoping she comes through this ordeal a stronger woman and gives Xavier the FU and gets out of the palace. Keeping My Prince Charming will be out in November Mar 13, Amanda rated it did not like it. Don't bother. May 28, Teri rated it really liked it. What is this club really??? I wish we got more details of what really goes on there!!
And why call it going to a Ball??? Who's getting even with who??? It seems like everyone is out to get someone! I don't know who the bad people are here.
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What were you thinking?!?!? Don't trust anyone!!! We are getting into more mystery and suspense, I want more romance. The book skipped over a lot of the time Xavier and Lola spent together. I would like some deta 3. I would like some details about little things like, What do they talk about?
This series really has changed directions from the initial plot. I'd love to know how the story was initially planned to roll out.
This book is becoming suspense like similar to The Private club. I wanted a Prince Charming book. View 1 comment.
Oct 12, Jackyline Mendoza rated it did not like it. The first book was like a fairy tale, then this 2nd book became horny its like unleashing your real desire: I just didn't like the story line, as I was reading this I got confused as to what the story's real objective or goal is. Oct 25, Mavis rated it it was ok. I keep saying this aren't the best books but I have now to read the next one to find the END.
May 25, Lindsay Catari rated it really liked it. Feb 23, Carmen Chacon rated it liked it. Why am I doing this to myself? This is not pages at all. I liked it but I don't know if I want to spend another 3. Serials kill me. Though I still read them.
Aug 20, Michelle Quintana rated it liked it. This is book two of Lola and Xavier's story. Lola goes to Xavier's home and feels out of place right away when she meets his parents. His mother is not the nicest person to her and keeps wanting to bring up the person he was with before. After she meets some of his brother's friends, she really feels out of place. As far as Xavier is concerned, every time she thinks maybe there might be a chance he could actually care for her, he treats her like she is beneath him.
He starts to introduce her slo This is book two of Lola and Xavier's story. He starts to introduce her slowly into his dark world but he doesn't tell her anything about what is going on. She feels uncomfortable with what she sees and doesn't know what to think or how to act. She meets Casper, another prince and feels guilty because she finds him extremely attractive.
Casper starts messing with her head, which leaves her confused. He manages to get her away from Xavier with lies and into a room with another person.
The book ends where Lola is seriously considering Casper's proposition Jun 01, Jacqueline rated it did not like it Shelves: If I could give 0 stars I would.
This book is utter garbage. I was able to get behind the first book in this series despite my hatred for the main male character, but this book just got incredibly worse. First off Xavier basically rapes Lola this entire book. She's constantly telling him no and then he forces himself on her. And the damn author makes her okay with it and makes her believe it is a form of love making. This is absolutely disgusting and basically keeps with our culture that says me If I could give 0 stars I would.
This is absolutely disgusting and basically keeps with our culture that says men have no control of themselves so we as women should allow them to force themselves on us and be okay with it. I was ready to get behind this book because last book ended where you get the impression Lola is changing Xavier for the better, but we are all wrong with that thinking. I refuse to continue further with this trash novel psh May 30, Sylvie rated it really liked it Shelves: While this book could be read as a stand alone, it definitely would be helpful to read the books in order.
I was a bit lost with the characters for this reason not blaming the author. I felt like there were things that were not fully explained due to this. Some events were vague in this book that I am hoping will resolve in the While this book could be read as a stand alone, it definitely would be helpful to read the books in order. Some events were vague in this book that I am hoping will resolve in the third book. Due to there being a third book in the trilogy, I am not going to penalize this book for the vague events.
Box set was on TBR in Nov Aug 13, Mandi Morgan rated it liked it. Another cliffhanger. This one I was ready for, not that I liked it.
Also the storyline took a weird turn way out in left field. Not sure how I feel about it. Writing is captivating though, so I will be reading the next one.
Mar 21, Dawn Marie Pennington rated it really liked it. Pleasure Read Holy Royal Smokes! This installment is scorching hot! Holy smokes! Warning it does end with an intense moment. I'm off to read the next installment. Nov 20, Amy rated it it was ok. It's like a train wreck you just can't look away.
Both characters take turns leaving the reader exasperated at them throughout the entire book. Mar 04, Marianne rated it liked it Shelves: Jun 28, Terri Galbraith rated it did not like it.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I disliked this book immensely. Any woman who had morals like Lola and let herself be treated and spoken to like she did in this book sets us all back in time as possessions not people.
Dec 08, Becky Darsey rated it really liked it Shelves: Fast read of what I categorize as "garbage books" - not for you if you are looking for anything beyond mindless entertainment. View all 17 comments. Apr 30, Linda Sims rated it did not like it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Like many other fans of this series we've waited a very long time to get the final book.
Quite frankly I wish I hadn't bothered. Even though I received it free as a subscriber to the authors newsletter. I vaguely remembered what had gone before in the two previous books. But I had no intention of rereading them. I found the premise of this story was so far beyond the bounds of credibility that I just couldn't relate to either the characters or the situations they were in.
Apparently a group of ro Like many other fans of this series we've waited a very long time to get the final book. Apparently a group of royal princes are actually the ones who rule the world. They're a bit like a committee, how are they chosen? Well that's easy, they take their woman to a ball where's she's blindfolded and different men who are vying for a place on the inner circle kiss or touch them or more and they must correctly guess which one is their man or he's out.
So basically it's a sex game. I've not often read a story that was such rubbish View 1 comment. May 04, TheBookLion rated it it was ok Shelves: Uhm When I first saw the first book, I immediately liked the title and the cover. It was so innocent!
At that age, she's sure is clueless about men and their lusty ways, especially rich butts. I don't know if she was in denial of the situations, or she is too freaking stupid o Uhm When I first saw the first book, I immediately liked the title and the cover. That was a sick, sadistic world, cringe-worthy even.
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I can understand why Lola was confused, this was not her world at all, but any sane woman would ran away No matter how Xavier is yummilicious, he's an asshole prince. If you love a woman that much you don't bring her to sex games, call me an old fashioned broad but prince or not, who the hell does he think he is?! This is the rhetorical question that I was waiting for Lola to say.
But no, sometime she knows all this situation is messed up but still she loves her Xavier, she wants to keep her prince, her tamed prince. Lucky for her, she gets what she wants. You know all love know some obstacles and tests, but these tests in this book are just staggering and rabid. Treating women like objects, some may qualify this as being modern, "it's just body"- Like Violetta treats her body. Sick By the end, you see Lola grew up, toughen up too and good for her because she's marrying a prince surrounded by Vipers.
I hope it's the last book, I don't think I would be able to read more on this. No more, I don't hate the book, but enough! Let them live happily ever after, with all the wild sex Now I need to go drink fresh, cold water to cool my brain off.
Aug 10, Lindsay Catari rated it did not like it. What is this.??? I mean, this book changed the release date so many times that I actually had given up..
I'm sorry, i read the first part already and I hated it.. I hate that the main character had to change in order to become what the prince wanted.. I'm done with this s What is this.??? I'm done with this story.!!! Jan 25, Katie added it. Why is does release date keep getting pushed back? First it was the end of December Jan 07, taveena kade rated it liked it. Apr 27, H. I enjoyed Keeping My a Prince Charming.
It was a hot ending to a great series. JS Cooper never disappoints me. Lola and Xavier drew me in from the beginning. Sweet innocent Lola was put in a really bad position trying to keep Xavier happy. She willing went to Charles castle to enter the games so Xavier could make it in with the elite Princes. Only Lola really had no idea what she got herself into once the games started. Xavier was so torn because he realized how much he truly loved Lola and didn't want to be there any more.
Was he willing to take Lola away and give up everything for her.
Was there love strong enough for Lola to forgive Xavier. Read the conclusion and you will find out. Jan 27, Charisse added it. Tired of waitin' for this. Feb 11, The Book Junkie Reads. I was even more fed up with this installment than the others. This one build to a promise that was not delivered. The out was just wrong.
The continued testing of Lola unfair.
The contrite way it all came together left too many unanswered questions. Narration most certainly did not help this in any way. Lola put up with too much for so little to be received. Feb 13, Jessica rated it it was ok. I am still so baffled as to why I finished this series at all! I knew better after reading the first but I think I really was hopeful that if I stayed committed it would eventually pay off or redeem itself I was sorely mistaken.
I hate to leave a bad review more than anything but not one book in this series did it for me. I'm a big fan of J. S Cooper's work ultimately I end up falling in love with the story lines and characters. In this book she has done it once again she has the taken the ordinary and transformed it into something remarkable. The power he exuded was intriguing and exhilirating, the control he took towards anything realting to Lola made you see the the depth of his feelings for her.
He was in denial the I'm a big fan of J. He was in denial the entire time, so many games being played it was difficult for him to risk his heart and in the end lose everything. The suspense keeps you hoping everything will eventually work out for them.
Junkfood This series was like a half eaten twix, you know it's bad for you, you know you shouldn't finish it but you do because you believe in self punishment. The Prince charming series was like that, it was bad all the way around yet I had to finish the series. That was it, talk about disappointing. Then the story takes a left turn with the sex club.
That could have been left out of the story completely. After the sex club fiasco, the story end Junkfood This series was like a half eaten twix, you know it's bad for you, you know you shouldn't finish it but you do because you believe in self punishment.
After the sex club fiasco, the story ends but we don't see any other characters. What happened to Anna? Didn't Sebastian come back home? What about the king and queen? We got nothing but a marriage proposal which, don't all romances have at the end. But junk food reads need to come with a warning label. Feb 21, QueenKatie marked it as decided-not-to-read. Did you ever wonder what Cooper looked like when she finished this book?
Let me help you. That's right. Apr 30, Go DeArt rated it really liked it Shelves: Cooper creates an imaginative twist on the theme of "every girl's dream of a prince charming" in the conclusion of 3-book series. The author cleverly drops clues throughout the proceeding books but leaves the reader guessing what will happen in the whirlwind affair between a American college student and her Professor.
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I loved the European setting and the focus on art. Lola and Xavier's story is dark at times as Cooper takes us into behind the scenes of what fictional Princes do after dark in opu Cooper creates an imaginative twist on the theme of "every girl's dream of a prince charming" in the conclusion of 3-book series. Lola and Xavier's story is dark at times as Cooper takes us into behind the scenes of what fictional Princes do after dark in opulent settings. However, the author delivers your "happily-ever-after" with a more grounded truth that every one's Prince Charming is different.
I personally loved the fact that Xavier's character made the choice to love Lola more than the power of winning a twisted game. Dec 13, bookie marked it as to-read. May 24, Alja Katuin rated it it was amazing Shelves: Even though the whole series 3books didn't contain more than pages, I've loved the journey Lola and Xavier have been on together. I only wished they kept Anna and her journey in the stories as well.
It would've made the books a little bit more about Lola being an actual person besides also being a sexpuppet or something. I didn't like the end Too many unanswered questions!!! Aug 24, Brianna rated it liked it. Books 2 and 3 probably could've been one book. I feel like there were a lot of loose ends not tied up in this book.
What ever happened to the study abroad? And Anna? Another issue I had was that I was under the impression that this whole series took place within a couple of weeks at most just based on the timeline, but in this book it was said that Lola and Xavier and known each other for months.
It just seemed like this one was a bit rushed and didn't really elaborate much on what was there nor Books 2 and 3 probably could've been one book. It just seemed like this one was a bit rushed and didn't really elaborate much on what was there nor did it tie up the loose ends from the series like the last one normally does.
Jun 04, Sylvie rated it it was ok Shelves: Something about this book rubbed me the wrong way. Overall, I was glad that this book and series was a relatively quick read. Mar 13, Amanda rated it did not like it. One of the worst books I've read. Fast read of what I categorize as "garbage books" - not for you if you are looking for anything beyond mindless entertainment. Pleasure Read Royal Wow! The perfect conclusion for this story.
Thank heavens it ends with a HEA. There are some very tense moments. It's fifty shades meets hunger games! Aug 07, Fathiyyah Ismail rated it did not like it. This book is so bad! I didnt enjoy how stupid Lola was and im pretty sure not all girl at her age was that stupid. Urgh i couldnt even finish the book and had to force myself. Aug 13, Mandi Morgan rated it really liked it. Best book of the series.