The Little Lady Agency and the Prince by Hester Browne

February 8, 2008 at 9:09 am Leave a comment

I have enjoyed reading the last two Little Lady Agency books (The Little Lady Agency and Little Lady, Big Apple) and this delightful novel lived up to all my expectations. Sometimes after two or three novels the author has worn out the original concept (sort of how I feel about Shopaholic series by Kinsella), but kudos to Hester Browne for coming up with more fun and problems for Melissa Romney-Jones.

In this ‘episode’ Melissa is preparing to move to Paris with fiancé Jonathon, while sorting out a Prince who’s behaving badly, and helping her sister, new mom Emery, deal with an overzealous nanny.

As Library Journal reviewer Stacey Hayman said, “Reading Browne’s books is like watching a Doris Day romantic comedy.”

I will generally post the day after or the day I finish reading something; however, I am playing January catch up. I read this on 1/21/08

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