Series: A Force of Nature Fairytale #1
grandchildren to secure the future of Royal Industries, and he wants them
holds a masked ball and invites the six women.
Attending the masked ball is an exciting experience for her until she lands in
the arms of Storm Royal. Electricity crackles around them.
Poppy’s delicate new love is shattered when she finds out why Storm really
wants to marry her. She’s only a means to an end, another piece of property.
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Forces of Nature Fairytale Series by M.A. Horst
Poppy (Book 1)
This is the first book in a six book series. I’ll be posting a review of each new book as it releases every Monday for the next five weeks. I received each book complimentary. I have voluntarily chosen to review the books, according to whether or not I like them.
Overall Rating: 3 (sXe)
Quick & Dirty summary: Storm Royal is being forced to choose a bride from amongst six of the Flowers girl. He begins to loose hope until he spots Poppy amongst the crowd. Poppy knows she at the party to hear of an engagement, but she hates the superficial people she’s surrounded by. When she meets Storm she has no idea that she’s about to be swept off her feet, but Storm will have to fight if he wants to prove to Poppy that she’s the love of his life.
This is a very short, insta-love romance based loosely on fairytales. It’s a quick and easy read if you want something lighthearted and steamy. The sex is pretty conventional, but if you’re not into this type of romance then the whole thing will read as one big cliché. However, taken in the right spirit, this book is sweet and simple, much like Poppy.
It didn’t rate higher with me primarily because the dialogue is pretty robotic. The vernacular used makes it seem like its set in the past, but the details provided in the story make it seem like it’s suppose to be set in the present. All that makes the short book a little confusing.
But, I am looking forward to reading the rest of the books in the series. It should be entertaining!
Is it worth buying? (Kindle $0.99)
If you’re looking for a quick, sweet book, then this is a pretty good one for a dollar. I’d recommend it even more if you have Kindle Unlimited. But if you want something with a bit of character development, then I’d pass.