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2 stars.Review at Of Pens and Pages.I really wanted to love this book I enjoyed Ms Wilson s Unleashing Mr Darcy and absolutely adored Roman Holiday, so I was hoping the best for Royally Roma Unfortunately, it fell short for me.Before I talk about why it didn t work for me, I ll say why it would have My 3 Rs.First, Roman Holiday It was such a sweet classic film about an innocent princess who meets Joe, a reporter looking for a scoop As they spend time together in Rome, Joe softens up to Pr 2 stars.Review at Of Pens and Pages.I really wanted to love this book I enjoyed Ms Wilson s Unleashing Mr Darcy and absolutely adored Roman Holiday, so I was hoping the best for Royally Roma Unfortunately, it fell short for me.Before I talk about why it didn t work for me, I ll say why it would have My 3 Rs.First, Roman Holiday It was such a sweet classic film about an innocent princess who meets Joe, a reporter looking for a scoop As they spend time together in Rome, Joe softens up to Princess Ann, and the scoop is forgotten It was a whirlwind romance that happened in a span of a day Second, Rome It s easy to fall in love with a book that highlights one of the most romantic cities in the world Third, Royalty A prince falling for a commoner I m usually putty in the author s hand.Now, why it didn t work for me.Like Roman Holiday, Royally Roma is a fast paced romance that happens in a span of a day or two Almost half of the book covers their tour in Rome where we re shown how instant of a connection Prince Niccolo and Julia have As some of you might already know, I mof a slow burn kinda gal I would have enjoyed the storyif there wasbuild up They pretty much started lusting over each other the moment they met.And there was Prince Niccolo s deception Not only did he lie to her and got her fired, he failed to pay Julia She should ve brought him to the police And when he promised her he d have her money the next day and he still didn t, POLICE Instead, he hired her again and promised to pay her triple, and do you know what Julia did She said yes despite her conscience telling her to say no.If I were in Julia s shoes, I would have despised the man who lied to me and got me fired, regardless of how hot he looked Once he d remedied that situation and paid me my due, that s when I d jump the sh t out of him I think It still depends.I also didn t like how susceptible Julia was to Prince Nico s charm Her gut has been telling her to do one thing and her libido another Guess which one she listens to.Don t get me wrong It has a well written narrative, not different to Ms Wilson s other works Some people might still enjoy it, but it just wasn t for me Royally Roma is a standalone novel told in alternating POVs If you like fast paced insta love with a royal theme, you might enjoy this But if you re like me who prefers slow burn, this might not be for youARC received in exchange for an honest review Blog Facebook Twitter Instagram I really enjoyed this one Sweet and romantic arc received for review considerationThis book was a sweet and delightful journey throughout Rome While some may hate the insta love and attraction factor, I thought it was romantic and light hearted The author brings us along for a fun ride and a tour of some favorite sights all while developing the heated attraction factor with a hottie Prince And who wouldn t want to be a love interest with a royal Uh, I would I really enjoyed this one Sweet and romantic arc received for review considerationThis book was a sweet and delightful journey throughout Rome While some may hate the insta love and attraction factor, I thought it was romantic and light hearted The author brings us along for a fun ride and a tour of some favorite sights all while developing the heated attraction factor with a hottie Prince And who wouldn t want to be a love interest with a royal Uh, I would With some quirky scenes, some decidedly hot love going on, and a swoon worthy ending, this is a book made for the princess in you I think this series will be a sweet treat for those that love classic romance, with a splash of heat.Teri Wilson must be a true romantic at heart to write a sweet story that satisfies all the senses Julia Costa is an American living in Rome She is studying for a PhD in archeology while working as a tour guide on the side One morning Julia goes to pick up her client at the Hotel de Russie to start a tour She assumes that a lone man sitting at a table is her customer and starts her tour He seems a bit confused about the details but agrees join her for the day She has no idea that she has just picked up Niccolo La Torre, Crown Prince of Lazaretto.Niccolo La Torre is fed up with his royal Julia Costa is an American living in Rome She is studying for a PhD in archeology while working as a tour guide on the side One morning Julia goes to pick up her client at the Hotel de Russie to start a tour She assumes that a lone man sitting at a table is her customer and starts her tour He seems a bit confused about the details but agrees join her for the day She has no idea that she has just picked up Niccolo La Torre, Crown Prince of Lazaretto.Niccolo La Torre is fed up with his royal family obligations He wants to shed his rigid schedule and live a normal life in anonymity Instead, he is chased by security and reporters When he meets Julia, he is relieved to discover that she doesn t know his identity With his whereabouts unknown, he gets to spend a normal day with Julia and an attraction forms Niccolo has no money to pay for the tour so Julia decides to hold him hostage until her bill is paid It s a fun time for both until the debt is settled.This story was inspired by the film Roman Holiday with Audrey Hepburn This is Teri Wilson s first book in her new series and it is fun and engaging I look forward to Book Two of the series, Royally Romanov on July 17th.Book giveaway on my blog until 4 15 Julia is kind of hiding out in Rome Back in New York her dad destroyed her life and the lives of many other people with his illegal money dealings That s why Julia is trying to finish her archeology PhD in Rome, while making some money as a tourguide Enter Mano Romano At least that s what he tells her his name is His real name is PRINCE Niccolo He s the next king of Lazzaretto And he s in the middle of a long tour of lots of countries to turn the Lazaretto Royal Family name into a good th Julia is kind of hiding out in Rome Back in New York her dad destroyed her life and the lives of many other people with his illegal money dealings That s why Julia is trying to finish her archeology PhD in Rome, while making some money as a tourguide Enter Mano Romano At least that s what he tells her his name is His real name is PRINCE Niccolo He s the next king of Lazzaretto And he s in the middle of a long tour of lots of countries to turn the Lazaretto Royal Family name into a good thing again something his little brother is doing his best to destroy with naked shenanigans But one morning Niccolo s suddenly had enough somehow he ends up on the back of Julia s Vespa pretending to be her new client Mano Romano He never called in sick for just one day, but he can at least try to have a tiny little happiness in the middle of all that crazy being a royal ness WHAT WILL HAPPEN WITH JULIA HER PRINCE WILL THERE BE CHANCE FOR A HEA READ THE BOOK TO FIND OUT I really enjoyed this book Everything is beautifully described and the locations are just beautiful It feels as if we re right there in Rome with them.We have this huge insta attraction on both sides, but of course a royal could never end up with a commoner from New York, a girl with a criminal father And poor Julia, she can never ever again trust a guy After everything her dad did and this stupid ex who stole all her money But there s something about this Mano guy She knows he s lying to her, but she still can t stop thinking about undressing him So adorable We drive through all of Rome on the run from the Palace Guards which of course poor Julia doesn t know I really enjoyed reading this story I have to admit, I never watched the movie this book is based on, but as soon as it ll be on german TV, I will watch it I had some tiny little problems with the writing here and there nothing major Just I don t even know We re in Italy and the author is american and the heroine is american but we still use SO many british expressions Maybe done on purpose by the author as a way for the reader to feeleuropean in europe No idea, but I just noticed it seemed weird Another thing I almost stopped reading in the first chapter The book starts with a chapter from towards the middle end of the book and then the next chapter is 48 hours earlier I didn t like that at all No idea why it was done that way didn t make much sense to me And I didn t like it Also, I would ve loved an epilogue but ROYALLY ROMA was an adorably funny but also very serious Roman tic Comedy Hurry to your nearestto catch your own ride on Julia s Vespa with Prince Niccolo sitting behind or in front of you, of course Not for me Review to come. All of my reviews can be found on www.novelgossip.comThis was a really cute, if totally unrealistic read, but if you can set aside plausibility then it s a whole lot of fun Julia is trying to begin a new life and get out of debt in Rome and she s good at her job as a tour guide Nico is the crown prince of Lazaretto and when she doesn t recognize him and mistakes him as one of her clients, he can t resist the opportunity to have anonymity, even if it s only for a few days This one is full of s All of my reviews can be found on www.novelgossip.comThis was a really cute, if totally unrealistic read, but if you can set aside plausibility then it s a whole lot of fun Julia is trying to begin a new life and get out of debt in Rome and she s good at her job as a tour guide Nico is the crown prince of Lazaretto and when she doesn t recognize him and mistakes him as one of her clients, he can t resist the opportunity to have anonymity, even if it s only for a few days This one is full of standard tropes, instalove, the whole prince falling for an average girl, plenty of cliches Had I read this as a teenager young adult it probably would ve been a five star read for me It s sassy, romantic, sexy, flirty and adventurous But the practical, adult me had to crinkle my nose up in distaste at some of the over the top, unbelievable antics that happened The writing flowed easily and despite my ambivalence about the stereotypical happenings, Wilson is a good writer The love scenes went from romantic to hot and steamy, providing a little bit of everything for everyone The ending was totally swoon worthy even if it was entirely impractical, but again, this IS a book about a girl falling in love with a crown prince after all I would recommend this to younger readers who aren t burned out on recycled tropes, but there are sex scenes so not too young It could also appeal to a reader looking to escape from reality and who doesn t mind the impossible actually being possible Honest review based on an ARC provided by Netgalley Many thanks to the publisher for this opportunity.I ve been writing this a lot lately but this was yet another disappointment This is really a 2.5 but not a bad book really Just flawed.The story was inspired in Roman Holiday Guide tour Julia mistakes her client and ends up unknowingly touring runaway prince Niccolo around Rome When the tour ends, she finds out that not only she is unemployed for not finding her actual client but also that Honest review based on an ARC provided by Netgalley Many thanks to the publisher for this opportunity.I ve been writing this a lot lately but this was yet another disappointment This is really a 2.5 but not a bad book really Just flawed.The story was inspired in Roman Holiday Guide tour Julia mistakes her client and ends up unknowingly touring runaway prince Niccolo around Rome When the tour ends, she finds out that not only she is unemployed for not finding her actual client but also that Niccolo has no money to pay and no intention of disclosing his identity, so she sort of kidnaps him until he gets the money While the author shows potential for an engaging story, the scenes filled with clich drama romance were far too many to the point of infamous instalove Also, most of the excuses for them to end up in that situation were hard to believe Really, who would trust Niccolo The only argument for her was that he was too irresistible No, I m serious And while I believe that Niccolo wouldn t have any money, his secretary needs to be fired if he didn t have at least 250 euros with him while working for royalty I wouldn t be caught dead without at least the double in cash if I were on a trip abroad Those flaws weren t exceedingly aggravating but they are still hard to miss.But the book wasn t all bad, which is what made me pity it the most You can see the author s potential Both characters were engaging, and the writing wasthan easy to read It s the type of romance to read with a silly smile on, if you re able to ignore the parts it falls into the commonplaces of romances.Considering the many pluses intercalated with the also many minuses, this was hard for me to rate Or maybe easy to rate and just hard to explain why It wasn t underwhelming exactly In any case, I don t think I will be trying another from the author this soon as compelled as I feel by the summary for the second in this series This can still be recommended for those who really like romances, despite all the negative points It s silly, clich d but quick and entertaining I loved Roman Holiday and when I ran across this book and its premise , I knew I had to read it While it is a very loose adaptation of Roman Holiday, it left me with a blah feeling I didn t like the Prince and thought he was a real jerkface Couldn t get beyond that and thus my rating.My Rating 3 stars {Free Epub} à Royally Roma õ In this charming, modern retelling of the classic Audrey Hepburn film Roman Holiday, a royal prince tries to escape his hectic and rigid life and ends up leading a young graduate student on a chase through the Eternal CityJulia Costa is too busy trying to complete her PhD while also holding down a full time job as a private tour guide in Rome to keep up with celebrity gossip So when she crosses paths with a real, actual prince, she mistakes him for a client and takes him on a daylong tour of the city Intrigued by the idea of spending time with someone who obviously has no idea who he is, and delighted at the prospect of a day free of royal obligations, Niccolo La Torre, Crown Prince of Lazaretto, acts on impulse and assumes the role of Julia s client He swears to himself that he ll return to his royal duties after only half a day but he s having the time of his life Until Julia presents him with the bill Since he snuck out of the hotel without so much as a dime, he tries to escape, only to discover that she won t let him out of her sight until he can pay her back She s determined to get her money and perhaps from the handsome stranger she s fallen for 3.5 starsWhat do you read after a book that makes you cry for days just thinking about it One that is pure escapism and fun, which is exactly what this one was Roman Holiday is one of my favorite movies, and I loved the twist on this modern day retelling I enjoyed it quite a bit, and even little things that I don t always love in my stories worked well here, partly because of my mood If it hadn t ended so abruptly, it might have been a four star read Still, I was engaged with the author s w 3.5 starsWhat do you read after a book that makes you cry for days just thinking about it One that is pure escapism and fun, which is exactly what this one was Roman Holiday is one of my favorite movies, and I loved the twist on this modern day retelling I enjoyed it quite a bit, and even little things that I don t always love in my stories worked well here, partly because of my mood If it hadn t ended so abruptly, it might have been a four star read Still, I was engaged with the author s writing style and look forward to readingof her books