Review: ​At the Stroke of Midnight (Naughty Princess Club #1) by Tara Sivec

Saying this book was hysterical is an understatement. I literally wrote “hahahahaaa” in my notes it was cracking me up so much. Get ready for some entertaining fun with At the Stroke of Midnight!

 

 

Review: ​At the Stroke of Midnight (Naughty Princess Club #1) by Tara Sivec | About That Story

At the Stroke of Midnight (Naughty Princess Club #1) by Tara Sivec 



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Meet the Naughty Princess Club: a brand new series from USA Today bestselling author Tara Sivec that introduces readers to Fairytale Lane and the hilarity—and romance—that ensue when three women start a new business to make it rain.


Once upon a time Cynthia was the perfect housewife. Between being the President of the PTA and keeping her home spotless without a hair (or her pearls) out of place, her life was a dream come true. Her husband was once her knight in shining armor, but now he’s run off with all their money…and the babysitter.


Dressed as a princess at the annual Halloween block party on Fairytale Lane, she meets two other “princesses” also facing money troubles: antique store owner Ariel and librarian Isabelle. When the women are invited to wear their costumes to a party where they’re mistaken for strippers, Cindy, Ariel, and Belle realize that a career change could be the best way to make their money problems go bippity-boppity-boo.


But can structured Cindy approach a stripper pole without sanitizing wipes? And could the blue-eyed anti-prince that has been crossing her path become Cindy’s happily ever after? At the Stroke of Midnight is a hilarious, empowering story where princesses can save themselves while slaying in stilettos.



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5 out of 5 stars

This was hilarious goodness in all its glory! I had a seriously fun time reading this and laughed myself silly. I adored this!


Cindy was amazeballs! Watching this uptight woman pretty much fall apart and build herself back up was fantastic. I loved seeing her get all worked up and when she finally lets it all fly, it was epic! This was witty and smart and I couldn't turn the page fast enough. I loved her friends Ariel and Belle, these women together were so incredibly entertaining with very distinct personalities, making me excited for their stories. Everyone together could be crass and a bit obnoxious but it was just so hysterical that it made it all that more endearing.


Cindy’s love interest is PJ and every meeting and encounter between the two just seemed so well played, it made me giddy. There's some tension and animosity that's really fun and I loved watching their relationship build. There were just so many entertaining, well written scenes with excellent comedic timing.


There's a bit of tension, a lot of laughs, a nice amount of heat, a very swoony man, an icky ex, a sarcastic teenager, and a fantastic trio of women in play. I was just so excited reading everything and I'd seriously just burst out with these barks of laughter. There were so many great lines in this. I loved all the fairytale tie-ins and thought it was all really well thought out.


Yes, there's an HEA for this charming couple but most of all it's Cindy reclaiming her life and owning who she is and being this strong, sexy, fierce, women and it was freaking awesome! If you want to get your laugh on, you can’t go wrong with this!


Complimentary copy received for honest review.

 


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In Bed with the Beast

In Bed with the Beast (#2)Amazon | Releases June 5, 2018

Kiss the Girl (#3)Amazon | Expected Release: Sep. 4, 2018



What’s the last book that made you laugh out loud? Let me know!




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