Review - Emily's Innocence by India Grey

My Copy of the Book

She ran away from her fairytale lifestyle when she’d discovered her father was a cheat and a liar. Now naïve Emily Balfour is struggling to make ends meet. Emily had dreamed of being a ballerina. She’s using those dreams in a very different way, teaching underprivileged kids to dance.

When Prince Luis Cordoba sees Emily with her pupils, he instantly recognises a Balfour heiress. But Emily’s pride won’t make it easy for the prince to rescue her – especially when she’s uncomfortably attracted to him…

About the Author:
A self-confessed romance junkie, India Grey was just thirteen years old when she first sent off for the Mills and Boon Writers' Guidelines. She can still recall the thrill of getting the large brown envelop with its distinctive logo through the letterbox and subsequently whiled away many a dull school day staring out of the window and dreaming of the perfect hero. She kept those guidelines with her for the next ten years, tucking them carefully inside the cover of each new diary in January and beginning every list of New Year's Resolutions with the words Start Novel. In the meantime she gained a degree in English Literature and Language for Manchester University and, in a stroke of genius on the part of the gods of Romance, met her gorgeous future husband on the very last night of their three years there. The last fifteen years have been spent blissfully buried in domesticity and heaps of pink washing generated by three small daughters, but she has never really stopped daydreaming about romance. She's just profoundly grateful to have finally got an excuse to do it legitimately! After meeting the bestselling novelist Penny Jordan, she returned to writing romance, and sold her first novel in September 2006. In 2009, her novel Mistress: Hired for the Billionaire's Pleasure won the Love Story of the Year by the Romantic Novelists' Association.

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Author Website: India Grey Author Website
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My Take on the Book:
I really enjoyed reading the end part of this book, especially where it delves more into the Balfour Family history, and the interview with the author. I found the Royal Family did things out of duty rather than honesty, though this book had a nice ending to it. I ended up giving this book a three star rating on Goodreads. 

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