From the Fit For A Prince blurb:
He’s a regular guy and I’m a prince. Can we find our very own fairy tale?
I take off, hiding out in small town America, intending to let things die down back home before going back. I didn’t plan on falling for a sweet grocery clerk with mesmerizing blue eyes and an easy smile.
What starts out as a brief fling turns more serious, and I lure him back home with me to start our future together. He’s a fish out of water, my parents do not approve, and everyone is watching my next move, but Judd is perfect for me.
I’ll prove to him and everyone else he’s more than fit for a prince.
Fit For A Prince is a medium-heat, low-angst, instalove story featuring a runaway prince, an awkward first date, and adult situations. If you enjoy those types of stories, then this is the perfect fit for you.
Fit For A Prince reminded me of a cinder fella romance. Judd and Donny had a really good meet cute.
I really loved Judd, he was so sweet, and I liked Donny when he was away from home. I really enjoyed the first half of this story, but I didn’t like how Judd was treated by Donny’s family. I was surprised that Donny let it go on.
The end felt rushed to me. Overall, I liked some of the story, 3.5 stars, rounding up to 4 stars.