5 star

Reviewed by Crys Unger


Um, where is my Swedish Prince? I LOVED this book. I could not put it down at all. The Swedish Prince by Karina Halle was adorable, emotional, funny, SEXY, HOT and just an all around fantastic read.

Maggie McPherson’s world came crashing down and she found herself dealing with being a mother to her 5 siblings at the tender age of 23. She is just trying to get through each day and survive. What she didn’t expect was to walk into the occupied room of a blonde NAKED viking of a man.

Viktor is just trying to escape and to deal with the tragic loss of his brother as well is deal with the fact that he is now in line to be the King of Sweden. His family finally sends him to America to get away for a month and to deal with everything and basically to get his head on straight. What he didn’t expect was to have a beautiful maid stumble into his hotel room.

AMAZING. I LOVED this book. I thought that the writing was fantastic. I loved all the characters in this story and just flew through the book. I Loved the way that both characters dealt with the hands that they were given (for the most part) and that when some things came up they talked things out and were mature about it. I really enjoyed that these were true characters. They were dealing with loss and grief and falling in love.

Ms. Halle had me on a rollercoaster of emotions with this one. I wanted so bad for them to get their happily every after (which they did) and now I am DYING to learn more about Magnus, and all the brothers and sisters of Maggie. (I loved Callum) This had great laugh out loud moments, the banter was excellent, the scenes were hot and amazing, honestly, just get this book. It is one of my top reads of this year!

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