Falling for Prince Charles

Falling for Prince Charles Lauren Baratz Logsted has mastered the real life fairy tale in her explosive and hilarious FALLING FOR PRINCE CHARLES It s all here lovelorn Daisy Silverman flush with cash and high hopes Prince Cha

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  • Title: Falling for Prince Charles
  • Author: Lauren Baratz-Logsted
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Lauren Baratz Logsted has mastered the real life fairy tale in her explosive and hilarious FALLING FOR PRINCE CHARLES It s all here, lovelorn Daisy Silverman flush with cash and high hopes, Prince Charles who can t resist her, and London in all its splendor Curl up and get ready to laugh long into the foggy night Adriana Trigiani, New York Times bestselling author of Lauren Baratz Logsted has mastered the real life fairy tale in her explosive and hilarious FALLING FOR PRINCE CHARLES It s all here, lovelorn Daisy Silverman flush with cash and high hopes, Prince Charles who can t resist her, and London in all its splendor Curl up and get ready to laugh long into the foggy night Adriana Trigiani, New York Times bestselling author of THE SHOEMAKER S WIFE Daisy Silverman has always been obsessed with His Royal Highness, Prince Charles When the underachieving 30 something cleaning lady wins a million dollars, she follows her lifelong dream to go to London Once there, she meets Prince Charles the real Prince Charles Through a series of misunderstandings, the Royal Family doesn t realize that Daisy s Jewish or that she s spent her life up to the elbows in the wrong kind of toilet water By the time they do, Daisy is in love with Charles, Charles is in love with Daisy, and the Queen s white gloves are off FALLING FOR PRINCE CHARLES is an offbeat alternate universe romantic comedy showing the heir to the British throne in a light quite unlike any he s been seen in before.

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    1. I loved the cover and the title but i had to struggle to finish the book. More than once I just wanted to close it, but I feel I was obliged to keep on reading because I had to write a review. I never really was swept away by the story. I found it confusing and often I did not seem to understand what it was about. I thought I was in for a fun read, but to me it was a very big disappointment.Thank you, netgalley, for giving me the chance to read the story.

    2. Where does Falling for Prince Charles rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?It was a fun, original and quirky romantic comedy. It was a delight. It was unlike most other listens that I have experienced. Lauren Baratz-Logsted has a knack for writing great stories that are both engaging and fun! A great choice for a quick, engaging and funny listen.Who was your favorite character and why?I adored Daisy. I loved that she followed her dreams and said what was on her mind. It made [...]

    3. As soon as I've seen this book, with this lovely colourful cover and very eye - catching title (I mean, Prince Charles. Everybody is always falling for Prince Harry, right? Why not to fall for Prince Charles? And a REAL Prince Charles - catchy, no?), I was intrigued - it looked so promising, so fresh, funny and different, and I was really desperate to read this novel.But I am so torn about this book - it could be a brilliant read but sadly, somehow, for me it seems that the author had a great id [...]

    4. This book is an excellent read! It 's a fun and original romantic comedy with a sparkling character and Prince Charles as we've ever seen him. I loved every single page.Daisy Silverman has always been in love with Prince Charles, her biggest dream is to meet him. But she is a simple american maid. In life we ​​must never lose hope. Unexpectedly she wins a lot of money in the lottery and decides to move to London and live there as long as she doesn't run out of money. She has received an invi [...]

    5. Review originally posted on my blog: I Heart Fictional PeopleINITIAL THOUGHTSI loved the cover right when I saw it. It looks like a cute chick lit book. And the synopsis sounded like the perfect romantic comedy. Plus, the fact that it was about falling for the real Prince Charles was definitely unique, and I was curious as to how it was done. So, I was really excited about this book. I couldn’t wait to read it.WHAT I LIKEDThe premise. I loved the idea of a woman who cleans toilets for a living [...]

    6. Daisy is your basic underachieving daydreaming woman who finds her work, with the exception of her boss, mostly stress free. Cleaning toilets for a living may be drudgery, but it’s her drudgery and allows her plenty of time to live in her own head. One of her obsessions has been the Royal Family, an obsession that seemed to jump into high gear with the split between Charles and Diana. With a fortuitous lottery ticket and a cashier that is far more connected into the world than one might expect [...]

    7. Lauren Baratz-Logsted's latest foray into off-kilter romances succeeds in the respect that it leaps into hyperbole, dashes into the unusual and takes characters into places few would predict. Her "Falling for Prince Charles" requires immediate suspension of disbelief, at least that's what I needed to do. Her heroine, Daisy Silverman, is a cleaning woman. Make that a young, attractive and petite cleaning woman with a background in family janitorial. She's comfortable with a toilet brush in hand. [...]

    8. This is the fourth book that I’ve read by Ms. Baratz-Longsted and I have to say, this is the funniest one yet. She injects just enough sass, comedy, and even a great love story into each book that she writes.I love flawed characters that learn some very harsh lessons as the story progresses. Daisy was definitely flawed as she went from being the girl next door who happened to come from a long line of toilet bowl cleaners to someone who was sitting a little too high on her horse and needed to [...]

    9. 1999Daisy Silverman has always fantasized about being the Princess of Wales when in fact, she is simply a maid for the Klean Kottage Klub or KKK. Yes, that acronym has caused her a great deal of embarrassment.One day, she stops by her usual little store to pick up some things for dinner. The cashier, Bonita, with whom she likes to chat, encourages her to buy a lottery ticket. When she wins, she is thrilled. That is when Daisy takes Bonita and heads to London. With her payout of $50,000 per year [...]

    10. Falling For Prince Charles is a fun, cute, quirky, and clever romantic comedy! Daisy is a cleaning lady who is in love with Prince Charles, yes that Prince Charles. Luck finally comes to Daisy when she wins the lottery, and she decides to head to London, a place she has always wanted to go. Not long after being in London, she finds herself at an Embassy function and happens to meet Prince Charles. He is quite taken with her as she is different from the normal ladies he meets at these functions. [...]

    11. This is such a shame because I was so revved up for this book! I mean, look at the blurb - it's got a down on her luck Cinderella type who falls for Prince Charles, of all people! How crazy could that be? I was terribly excited to go inbut then I got lost in all the many different character head hopping until I didn't know anymore whose story I was really following. I think when it really hit home for me was when the author went into what the Lotto ticket selling lady was thinking - I was like, [...]

    12. Daisy was a cleaning lady that worked in wealthy households and offices. Daisy loved Princess Diana though she had never met her but in all honesty Daisy felt she could have done a better job. Daisy whimsically believed that Diana and herself had been separated at birth. I just could not get into this story. It just made no sense to me and i could not force myself to finish this. It made no sense to me. Daisy is no way being realistic . I just couldn’t get into the story, plot or characters.Ju [...]

    13. Not one for me, I read the first dozen chapters but couldn't get in to the story. If it had been called something else, as I kept imagining Prince Charles as I was reading it, it may have been different - couldn't finish it.

    14. The plot is interesting and the writing good. Daisy is a wonderful character but somehow I couldn't relate to the fictitous Daisy and the real Price Charles and real Queen.

    15. A super fun romp of a book. I totally enjoyed this very funny, cute, sweet and sometimes outrageous book. Well worth reading.

    16. Even though I enjoyed the book the use of real living people as characters threw me off(besides Prince Charles). I give this book 3 1/2 starsAnd I do love Lauren Baratz-Logsted

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