What I loved about Nobody’s Princess is the strong bond the Wynchester siblings have for one another. These are individuals rescued and made into a family—this family work to help those who cannot help themselves. The family dynamic is beautiful. I felt the plot lagged, and the pace was slow through the book’s first half. However, the book’s last third picked up the speed and caught my attention.
Both Graham and Kuni are exceptional characters. Graham was rescued from deplorable conditions as a child and now works to help others. I thought him noble, more so than those princesses he dreams of saving. Initially, Graham seemed superficial; however, as the story develops, Graham’s strength and goodness shine through. Kuni is determined to become the first female guardsman in her country. Kuni wants to prove herself. I loved how Kuni recognizes eventually that letting others help you isn’t a weakness but a strength. There was a connection from the first page between Graham and Kuni. The love story moved slowly yet built into a passionate culmination.
Nobody’s Princess is the third book in The Wild Wynchesters series. I enjoyed the characters, the family dynamic, and the basis of the plot. The story’s pace could be sped up, and the plot could have delved more deeply in the beginning. That being said, everything picked up in the second half of the novel. I feel Nobody’s Princess is a solid romance; the upcoming books in this series could be excellent. I enjoyed the Wynchesters and will read more of the sibling’s stories.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book through Netgalley and the publisher. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Release Date: July 26, 2022