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The Romance Addict

I'm a student from Kolkata, India. I was barely 3 yrs old when I first read a book and since then there has been no stopping me when it comes to books.I'm not just obsessed about books.I have other hobbies(skating, painting) and ambitions(I'm studying to be a comp sci. engineer and someday make my parents really really proud of me).But BOOKS are something I have always been passionate about. I've learned so much from them.Reading a book is like entering a whole new world.It gave me dreams, hope and friends. And IMO, there is nothing else that someone needs when they have a great book with them. Ok, say maybe I'm a little obsessed. Reading has given me so much. So, I figure writing reviews on the books I read is my way of thanking the community. It is something I can give back. It is my way of helping the authors & publishers so that they keep writing & publishing wonderful books. I don't promise to always write a review for every book I read or as soon as I read, but I'll write as many reviews as possible. Also, I won't let any personal feelings towards any author/publisher compromise any review I write.

The Raven Prince

The Raven Prince - Elizabeth Hoyt ★★★★½
This is my first read by author Elizabeth Hoyt. Reading this made me wonder why I haven't read anything by this author sooner. The MCs were unconventional, sweet, compelling along with adorable supporting characters.Jock was my favourite
The little morsel of The Raven Prince fairytale served at the beginning of each chapter is delightful. One of the other things I loved about the book was the development of the main characters and the way their relationship evolved. The author did a wonderful job with that. One of the things, I didn't like was the pace seemed a little too past and I felt the author could have given some stuff in the story a little more time and explained it a bit more eloquently.Peter's infidelity towards Anna could have been explained in a better way. All in all, the author weaved a sweet tale of love. Also, this might be the first HR I've read in almost 2 months and it felt awesome to read it. Of all sub-genres in Romance, nothing beats Historical Romance, period.