Two princes are in love with Lucy. Too bad she's an imposter...
I waitress at MadDog biker bar to pay my uncle’s rent at Assisted Living. I work my a** off but when I pour a pitcher of margaritas on a loser harassing my BFF -- I’m fired. I scour want-ads until I find one that doesn’t make me want to hurl.
"PERSONAL ASSISTANT WANTED: Twenties. Fab people skills. Celebrities don’t intimidate you. If actress -- you can NEVER use this on your resume."
Sounds dicey as hell. I apply immediately.
Lady Lizzie Billingsley– who if you get drunk and squint could be my impeccably polished twin -- is entering into a marriage of convenience with playboy Prince Cristoph, the heir to the throne of Fredonia.
Lizzie doesn’t really want a PA…she's hiring me to impersonate her, keep Cristoph's wandering eye in check while she clears up a few loose ends. Did I mention the gig pays a fortune and includes a makeover?
What could possibly go wrong?
"It's My Fair Lady meets Ms. Congeniality..." ~ Sara Steven at Chick Lit Central Blog
“AHHHHH I LOVELOVELOVE this Book!” ~ Maryam Dinzly
Optioned for Film/TV, licensed by Chapters Interactive Stories as a mobile game, PART-TIME PRINCESS is also available in print and Audio.
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I truly enjoyed this book. It was funny, sweet, romantic & heart wrenching. I just loved Lucy & Nick.
ONG! Never read worse
Nothing like a lot of cut ‘n paste to make this read a Total Bore! (Eye roll) Seriously.. is this how she writes books? Sure glad it was free cuz I didn’t get past chapter 2.
I did not think I would finish. I was so close DNF. Stayed with it because of Nick and the ladies. Elizabeth was very selfish. Her father loved her and she deceived him. It appears to be the type of woman she was. Lucy was sweet and naive. I immediately knew Nick was the one for her. Definitely some tricks in story. I will say this is such a ridiculously unbelievable story. There is no way an imposter could fool her father, two lovers, employees, a country and her best friends. Completely unbelievable. Yet, in the end, enjoyable. I recommend.