The Mechanic and the Princess by Jaxson Kidman and London Casey–Review

The Mechanic and The Princess: a bad boy new adult romance novelThe Mechanic and The Princess: a bad boy new adult romance novel by London Casey
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Jaxson and London/Karolyn have hit it out of the park, yet again. The Mechanic and the Princess is more than just rich girl/poor guy situation that have been written about before. This involves natures of humanity, pride, sense of right/wrong, etc.
Gavin is a mechanic in a small town, that figuratively has the weight of the world on his shoulders. Luckily, they’re big enough, but everybody has a breaking point.
‘The Princess’ is Olivia, who must stand up to the pressures of this world her father has built for her, yet never truly ever being able to be herself.
Together they get a sense of who they truly can be and realize that they long to be that person. However, there are sinister people and issues that may not let that happen.
This book is truly about pride of who you are/where you’re from despite your socioeconomic background, a person’s love for their community and the people within it and appreciating the simple things in life.
I cannot recommend it enough! One-click this beauty and you will not be dissatisfied!!

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