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PDF - Taming My Prince Charming. When Lola met Xavier, Prince of Romerius, she was immediately attracted to his dark, handsome good looks and sparkling. Aug 19, The Paperback of the Taming My Prince Charming by J. S. Cooper at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. Jul 29, Taming My Prince Charming read online free from your Pc or Mobile. Taming My Prince Charming (Finding My Prince Charming #2) is a.

No, I stopped because the tarmac was filled with about thirty different men dressed up in navy blue and red uniforms and they were all holding guns in the air. There were about three different cars waiting for us as well, with three drivers standing next to each one.

As soon as they saw Xavier, a young boy started blowing a trumpet and my mouth fell open. I took it reluctantly and placed it into my handbag and watched a wide smile cross his face. You should be happy. Your mother is anxious to meet the woman that has stolen your heart.

He reached out his hand to me and bowed his head, his blue eyes shining with excitement. They say that Violeta has gone crazy. I never expected to see the day when my cousin would get married.

I need to talk to Lola now. I tried not to stare at his handsome face and so instead looked at his muscular chest. That was a mistake. Staring at his physique only turned me on more.

Not when every part of me will be bringing you so much pleasure. My dear? He was really putting it on. I tried not to laugh in his face as I contemplated telling him just where I wanted him to jump from. I leaned back in the Rolls Royce that was escorting us to the royal palace. Everything felt so surreal. It was so weird. That looks bigger than Buckingham Palace. Mostly every pretty girl knows she is pretty. So for him to meet a beautiful girl like you and for you to be shocked that others can see your beauty, well it astounds him.

What was he talking about? As far as I was concerned I was fairly average. There was nothing that screamed beautiful to me when I looked in the mirror.

Your eyes are warm and open. Nothing worth jumping a bridge over, but keeps you invested in their story nonetheless, even if it is a little far fetched and crazy. I'm hopeful that this crazy man will be brought down to his knees in the most humblest of ways, we all know karma is one sweet bitch! Anyways, this was a decent read with some steam and equally steam-inducing, angry moments, so just pushing 3 stars.

Anna Lola's BFF is described differently in separate parts of this book. She's blonde in the beginning, then raven haired in the middle. I've never come across such an incongruent description. View all 23 comments. Nov 21, Phrem Smut Junkie marked it as to-read. View 1 comment. Sep 22, J.

The book will be out in May. Mar 16, Katerina rated it did not like it Shelves: Slut shaming, double standards, cliches, bad writing. This author had one good book - the rest are a disgrace. Who says that? He wasn't even trying to be smooth. Lola was the name of a nymph. Lola was the name of someone who wanted to make love all night with reckless abandon. Lola sounds like the most innocent nice girl name ever I think the H is delusional.

Their accounts are like night and day 'cause obviously this guy is imagining SHIT like some creepy harasser. This girl is not smart and her knowledge wasn't specialised in any way. View all 3 comments. Firstly the author changed this book from being a standalone book to turning it into a 2 book series. She should have just left it as a standalone, since she made us wait for it since last year December. But I've kinda notice that J. S Cooper likes making her story short.

He's character is a Zero Hero for me. I felt like kicking him in the head through my damn iPad lol. Overall the storyline for this book was okay, the characters were not likeable.

View all 6 comments. Apr 01, Robin Shawn rated it did not like it. Wow, this was definitely not easy to get through. I didn't connect with or like a single character except Sebastian. Anna reminded me of a 16 year old kid. Xavier made no sense calling Lola a prostitute and whore.

Plus his "plan" to get her out of his system made zero sense. I think that was my main issue. I never could follow any characters' motivation because they changed their minds so quickly I got whiplash.

They all seemed incredibly immature and unrealistic. It sucks because I actually lik Wow, this was definitely not easy to get through. It sucks because I actually like the story.

The execution just didn't work for me at all. Nov 24, Mary rated it it was amazing. This is going to be a must read.

May 27, Juli rated it it was ok Shelves: This was not my cup of tea, though it sounded like it had me written all over it! Hot prince? It hurt me. I couldn't stand Anna, Lola's best friend. Hell I really couldn't connect with Lola either. But worst of all, I did not like Xavier one bit. He was an asshole, and not the hot kind The douchey kind. And Lola just kept "I'm falling for him even though he's an asshole".

May 27, Hannah Lee rated it did not like it. The title was misleading, though I must admit that I may tend to stereotype but this book was not what I was expecting.

It was a short read, but it almost took me a day to finish the whole thing because I had to stop myself at certain points from reading and do something else for a while to try and forget what I just read. I would slap myself in the forehead and tell myself, "I did not just read that!

No matter how hot a guy is, The title was misleading, though I must admit that I may tend to stereotype but this book was not what I was expecting. No matter how hot a guy is, you should not be with him if he calls you a ho Dec 05, Stacey Heiser rated it did not like it. This book was a waste of my time. The only reason I even bothered reading it was because the premise seemed so-so.

It seemed fucking SO-SO; then why the hell did I not listen to my brain and decide to read this book? I guess its because it was about a modern day prince from a virtually unknown made up country. But I soon found a sentiment mirroring the one below when I speed read through the book: Honestly I found so many faults and pet peeves with this story I don't know through which This book was a waste of my time.

Honestly I found so many faults and pet peeves with this story I don't know through which willpower and madness I was able to finish this thing. Like for example the constant character point of view shifting so that every single alternate chapter would be in the mindset of the same person.

The really flat two dimensional hot and cold main characters: Lola Franklin and Xavier Van Romerius.

Their serious issues. The fact that this book didn't use the mountain structure you know rising action, climax, falling action, resolution, etc.

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I guess J. Because it was unnecessary, because having the story in the same characters point of view for a few chapters would have worked better to propel and fuel the storyline, because they are such contrasting characters that the same event seems like entirely something else in their different opinions and is vastly confusing because you can't see how they can form those conclusions based on the same interactions when the conclusions are so different.

And then there are the two characters. Okay Lola and Xavier have major problems. Lola seems like this innocent girl who doesn't do one night stands but then she wants to do them and does it with Xavier but then she really wants to cling on to her virtuous role model vision of herself or something. And then Xavier is clearly some sort of a sex addicted satyriasis who is scarily obsessed with Lola and is terrified that he feels this way so outwardly he gives no appearance of having said obsession and treats Lola like a whore.

Seriously he insults her repeatedly and calls her a whore and a gold-digger often in the same breath. And Lola pretends to be outraged about it because in reality if she was that insulted by Xavier's remarks she wouldn't keep going back to him. And there's too much happening with the plot. Not only does this book try to do a forbidden romance between a professor and a student but also between a commoner and a royal.

And in reality what kind of a prince needs to or wants to be a professor. Wouldn't the paparazzi go crazy over this? Seems like having royalty as a teacher is a huge security risk. And then there's that whole unbelievable thing that NO ONE is in awe that Xavier and Sebastian are princes they treat them pretty normally. I don't think every one is possible of having this attitude as proven by FOX's I Wanna Marry "Harry" And then the plot thickens with ex fiancees and the concept of "not marrying come hell or high water.

Yeah my biggest issue was that the story had no structure at ALL. I couldn't even find the climax pun intended since you know Lola and Xavier are both pretty much obsessed with sex and both in denial about it. And the story ended so abruptly Where is the flipping falling action and damn resolution!!!

If I read the second book its only to see if J. And cuz I want to see how two people who constantly try to one up each other and hurt each other can ever have a "happily ever after" since you know he is a Prince. This book was a fucktard. Jul 08, Christine Alibutud rated it did not like it.

This is the second time I've been disappointed with a J. Cooper book, and I don't like it one bit. The plot lacked in depth, and I found it overly-cliche. Honestly, I absolutely have no problems with cliche plots, but this book was just too much for me to handle. Just from the very first chapter, I already saw bad omens that this will not be a very good read for me.

I placed this in my books-to-read calendar, and was very disappointed to have been waiting for something I wouldn't even enjoy rea This is the second time I've been disappointed with a J. I placed this in my books-to-read calendar, and was very disappointed to have been waiting for something I wouldn't even enjoy reading. The lead characters Oh, where do I even start?

I found Lola totally annoying and I just wanted to slap some sense to her. Her dialogues were so over the place, and was not at all appealing for me. She'd be like, "Oh, he's a total jerk who calls me a whore, but what the hell, he's handsome.

Then Xavier, who's a prince and the supposedly love interest of Lola, was a complete douchebag. There was too much "douchebaggery" and I just cringed a whole lot because of it. He'd go like, "Oh, I really like Lola and she really turns me on, but at the same time, I'd gotta go call her a "whore", "prostitute", "gold digger", etc. And to add that he was also a professor I don't see the point Well, duh, to add conflict BUT Plus, when Lola found out Xavier was a prince, and she was just like whatever.

She totally underreacted. I mean, maybe she doesn't care about his title, but come on, let's be realistic here. If I found out that the guy I'm dating is a prince, I'd go bazooka Just saying.

The other characters, they were just "meh". I didn't even find the lead characters appealing, much less the secondary ones. I also felt that they only connected through sexual activities, and I don't get how they call it "making love" when they aren't even really in love--well, maybe they really secretly were deep inside, but I just didn't see it.

That ending was just messy, rushed, and totally forced. Also, I realized that this was the first installment to a duology, so that's why the ending sort of went like that.

But, again I did appreciate one factor of this book, and it was the incorporation of art, but yeah, that's about it.

I'm just truly disappointed with this one. Although I'm not totally giving up with J. Cooper because I have a few books in my to-reads, but this one was just not for me. Jan 05, Musicgurl rated it did not like it Shelves: I am going to be very honest here This book is so god damn awful, I am so glad I got this free on kindle.

The ''love interest'' Xavier is the biggest asshole I have ever read about.

And I'm not done there! He was straight up warning bells at the end of chapter 1! He is selfish, disgusting, degrading His described personality lead me to picture him as sickly and creepy looking, making me cringe whenever Lola called h I am going to be very honest here His described personality lead me to picture him as sickly and creepy looking, making me cringe whenever Lola called him ''sex god, ''so hot'' etc. Then there is Lola. She is SO naive. I can't even.

She believes everything Xavier feeds her because he makes her wet with one look and is SO attractive and ignores the MANY warning bells when with him. She also has no backbone at all.

She bends over at his every wish.

She is so naive she even goes to rethinking all the past asshat comments he said after a small ''nice'' gesture or compliment. I wanted to slap her into reality so many god damn times it hurt.

I'm not going to bother with Anna because she is just a Lola duplicate, really, 'nough said there. Now set aside the characters, the writing. The writing was so repeated I wondered if it was just copied and pasted sometimes. Scenes felt repeated, also. The sex was so lame, not even that could save me. It always when like this; kiss, lose one self completely, take clothes off, sucking of the chest, fingering, and then finally ended with the male counterpart pounding into the female.

Add in some backside pow pow,a very mild handjob, small edits and otherwise it's all really repetitive. And she calls him a sex god This all happened under 5 mintues. It literally seemed like 5 minutes. Xavier even calls it love-making. God damnit, NO! There is everything wrong in this book and what I've mentioned barely covers it. If you are going to read this, get the free kindle version, read it, despise it if otherwise I would honestly worry for your mentality and never go near the abomination again.

The plot, characters, everything are just too bad to be considered the smallest of good. The fact that this is even considered a romance is what bothers me the most. I just, I just can't. May 27, Suzana rated it it was ok. Well, I didn't like this one, I guess I had high expectations from this book Characters were not likeable The main guy was a truly asshole, and the girl was weak, he called her a prostitute and a gold digger, he treated her like shit, but still she was falling for him This one just wasn't my cup of tea May 25, Tahsin rated it it was ok Recommends it for: No one who values their sanity.

Hey there door, meet your new mat! Get well acquainted, because a lot of people will be stepping over this wonderful new mat! This is a really short text, but it took me forever to finish it. For some weirdly unknown, strange reason, I was extremely excited about this book. I've never anything by this author before, but the synopsis reeled me right in.

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This is a prime example of I was sadly mistaken about my first impression, and I'm seriously hoping I learn a lesson from this. As for the MCs? J Hey there door, meet your new mat! Just a few short and sweet words: Xavier is our male protagonist here, and he has to be, hands down, one of my least favorite protagonists, if not THE least.

I seriously hated this guy. He was the epitome of an asshole to me. And oh ya, she talks to another guy, and that makes her a slut? She goes after her friend because she is concerned about her, so she's a prostitute because the same friend she goes after, runs after your fucking guard and he can't keep his hands to himself? And that brings me to my next point: You know that cheesy saying, "it's better to have no friends than having asshole friends"?

I tweaked it to suit my needs, deal with it. Ya, that's the case here. And now would I call her a skank. Running after every single guy she lays her eyes on - yes, that's literally what happens.

What an insecure little skank. She got on my very last nerve before the first chapter even ended.

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I have a lot more points I can rant about, but I'll stop here for now. I may just have been in a pissy mood, and way too judgmental when I read this, but come on! If you liked it and read this rant anyway, I'm sorry for wasting your time!

School is over for me, and the first of my last exams begin tomorrow, so I'm extremely tired and worried and just all-around not in the mood to deal with this shit. I was analyzing every little thing practice for exams - NOT: The End. That was a very lame attempt at making a dig at the characters. They're flatter than a cardboard. No joke, but make up your mind View 2 comments. Dec 28, Lindsay Catari rated it it was ok. Well, i might be in the minority here.. I didn't like the characters at all..

The main characters are weak and the Hero is so arrogant that is kinda rude so, I'm sorry but this book was a BIG NO for me and I actually really love this author.!

I'm still gonna finish this series with the sole purpose to see if the Hero redeems himself.! Sep 14, Alja Katuin rated it really liked it Shelves: Oct 20, xzzzx rated it it was ok Shelves: Unrealistic and a bit boring. Rather annoying main characters whose choices didn't make much sense.

No attention to the secondary characters. Jan 19, Jennifer rated it liked it. She leaves with her friend and another guy, he follows accuses her of being a prostitute. Confusing to say the least.Finding My Prince Charming 2. I took it reluctantly and placed it into my handbag and watched a wide smile cross his face.

This does end on a mild cliffy. They say that Violeta has gone crazy. Keeping My Prince Charming. AND it ends in a cliff hanger.

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