Review: Falling for the Rebel Princess by Ellie Darkins

Falling for the Rebel Princess 
by Ellie Darkins 

The Blurb


From princess to rock-star royalty!

Self-proclaimed “black sheep” Princess Charlie of Afland has worked long and hard to be taken seriously in the music industry, managing to keep her royal obligations, and her secret heartbreak, under the radar. Until one night in Vegas changes everything…

Rock star Joe Kavanagh gets more from his Vegas gig than he’d bargained for…a princess bride and a PR story to die for! As the initial attraction, which led them down the aisle, turns into something deeper, keeping their marriage strictly business proves increasingly difficult…

The Review


The blurb tantalises and teases, without me going into too much detail, but oh my, what a ride!

Our heroine,Charlie of Afland, is a party-girl princess with her finger firmly on the self-destruct button; hell-bent on living her life her way and damn the consequences! That is, until a rock-god conquers the demons at her heels…  

Our hero, rock-star, Joe Kavanagh is smooth, solid and delectable. Swoon worthy enough to make me want to scream in the stands of any of his make believe gigs. 

Our Heroine, is equally as delightful. She is a fierce heroine, with spunk and class; haunted but determined. The central romance between this musical pair is a journey both tender and sensual. But somehow cheeky and funny whilst being heartfelt. 

“Did she remember the kiss? The shivers? The way that she could still feel the imprint of his mouth on hers, as if the touch of skin on skin had permanently altered the cells?”


This story is a vault of complexity… The characters are sassy, classy, bad-ass and sexy; whilst being believable in a paparazzi world with plenty of dazzle and shine. 

Ellie Darkins has hi-jacked ‘The Marriage of Convenience’ Trope and taken it to another level! Superb writing, with a sassy flair and quick wit. What a ride! Brilliant read. 5/5 stars from me!

Released on May 1st 2017, Pre-Order it here: Falling for the Rebel Princess by Ellie Darkins
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