Her One-Night Prince is a Cinderella story about a woman’s dream to be something she’s not for just one night at her class reunion.
As all fairy tales go, however, happy endings don’t come easily.
Shy and sheltered Lydia St. Clair is uncomfortable around men, so she advertises for a gay man to be her date and revamp her style. Mitch Gannon answers Lydia’s ad and he’s perfect for the job–he’s handsome and, even more important, he’s charming.
Unbeknownst to Lydia, Mitch is straight and answered the ad as the unwitting victim of a practical joke. Before he can reveal the truth, Lydia is convinced he’s her fairy godmother, ready to transform her into the belle of the ball. And Mitch, prince that he is, doesn’t have the heart to set her straight.
Where you the kid that everyone made fun of growing up? Were you not part of the cool crowd? Lydia was the kid that everyone made fun of at school. When she receives the invitation to her class reunion she decides that she is going. She’s needs a makeover and decides to advertise for a man, a gay man, to help her with her transformation. What she gets is a very straight, sexy and great guy in Mitch.
Mitch is the guy that you want to date, marry and generally hang out with on a daily basis. Problem is that he doesn’t directly answer the ad, he friend Hal does. When Mitch realizes what Lydia wants from him, he can’t deny her. He instantly likes her and wants to help with her transformation. What Mitch didn’t count on was falling in love with her.
Lydia is definitely a fish out of water. She really does have a heart of gold and a great girl. She just has no self confidence with herself. Lydia is a character that is instantly likable and you are totally rooting for her. She has the self confidence but it takes some bumps and bruises with Mitch for her to realize that.
I loved this book. The secondary characters are brilliant in the fact that they enhance the story and make Lydia and Mitch step back and take a breath. Its a sensual book and you can feel the chemistry from Lydia and Mitch’s first meeting. Lydia is a girl that I was in high school in some respects. She is always a person that I would have been friends with and defended to the mean girls. Mitch didn’t know what to really think of Lydia at first, but he soon realized that he couldn’t be without her.
I highly recommend Her One Night Prince for anyone that was the “made fun of kid” in school or the kid that did the teasing. You might learn something from one another.
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Rebecca Clark has wanted to write romance novels since she read her first Harlequin Romance at age 11. When she’s not writing, she works as a personal fitness trainer and group exercise instructor, where she teaches Pilates, Turbokick®, Zumba®, and yoga. She makes her home in the Pacific Northwest with her husband of 24 years, two kids, a German Shepherd beast who thinks he’s a lap dog, two cats, two rats and a gecko. In her not-so-abundant free time, Rebecca enjoys reading, watching Criminal Minds reruns on TV, and doing absolutely nothing.
10 thoughts on “Her One-Night Prince”
Wonderful accurate gen to handle, I followed your news growing to the surface as much as possible.
Kari, if you end up reading it, let me know what you think.
Thanks everyone for coming out today.
Rebecca, Mitch and Lydia were perfect, thank you. 🙂
Great Review! Definitely adding this to my TBB list!
Holiday Hugs, Kari Thomas, http://www.authorkari.com
caseamajor–thank you very much. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by.
Meridith–thanks so much for stopping by. 🙂 And thanks for the compliment.
Thanks so much for highlighting my book today and for the awesome review. I really appreciate it. 🙂
Rebecca – It sounds like a great story! Congrats on the release.
I read through the post and review thinking “this sounds like a great book” BEFORE I noticed it's from Rebecca Clark–I love her stuff! Just finished Borrowed Stilettos which I recommend. Meredith