Blog Tour – Rogue Princess by B.R. Myers

**Disclaimer: I was given a free e-book in exchange for an honest review for a tour.**

I’d like to begin by thanking Xpresso Tours for choosing my blog for a stop and hosting this tour.

US Only Giveaway The publisher is offering a chance to win a print copy of Rogue Princess, enter here.

Title Rogue Princess

Author B.R. Myers

Description from Amazon

Princess Delia knows her duty: She must choose a prince to marry in order to secure an alliance and save her failing planet. Yet she secretly dreams of true love, and feels there must be a better way. Determined to chart her own course, she steals a spaceship to avoid the marriage, only to discover a handsome stowaway.

All Aidan wanted was to “borrow” a few palace trinkets to help him get off the planet. Okay, so maybe escaping on a royal ship wasn’t the smartest plan, but he never expected to be kidnapped by a runaway princess!

Sparks fly as this headstrong princess and clever thief battle wits, but everything changes when they inadvertently uncover a rebel conspiracy that could destroy their planet forever.

Release Date January 21, 2020

Initial Thoughts

The tag line for this book was what made me really want to read it – gender-swapped Cinderella retelling – sign me up! My stop on the tour is later this month but I wanted to get my review out now in case anyone was on the fence about pre-ordering this gem!

Some Things I Liked

  • So much more than Cinderella. The crux of the story was a Cinderella retelling but there were so many easter eggs for other classic tales sprinkled throughout the book. To name a few, Aladdin, Rapunzel, and even a little bit of Mulan.
  • PUNS. I love puns and the absolute greatest one of all was SHEW. I loved it so much.
  • Shania was also a gem. She was the perfect blend of sassy and supportive sister to Delia and I would love to read a spin-off story about her adventures.

Something I Wasn’t Crazy About

  • Ok, this is totally a me thing – but, I don’t love sci-fi. I feel like I’m always trying to use logic to dismantle the plot (if that makes sense). Basically, I can suspend my disbelief so much more easily with fantasy or fiction based on magic, but, when it comes to sci-fi, I constantly find myself asking, if they have this, why can’t they do that? So, it’s difficult for me to really love a sci-fi book. However, Rogue Princess had so many other stellar elements, I did really like this one.

Series Value

This chapter of Delia’s story feels complete, but I would like to revisit this world in the form of spin-offs. There were a ton of fun characters whose stories are still relatively untold and I’d enjoy reading about them.

Final Thoughts

Delia was a fantastic warrior-princess whose story captured the best parts of Disney classics as well as turning the tables and proving that she doesn’t need anyone to save her. I loved that she was a strong female main character and she learned that love isn’t a weakness, but rather should be her strength. The witty banter was perfect and I was very (a little surprisingly), satisfied with the ending.


Recommendations for Further Reading

  • Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge – if you liked the fairytale retelling aspect of this book, definitely check out Rosamund Hodge’s books.  They are all super unique spins on the classics.
  • Princess in the Opal Mask by Jenny Lundquist – if you liked the Cinderella elements here, give this duology a try.
  • Bloodleaf by Crystal Smith – if you liked the Aladdin-vibes that can be seen in Rogue Princess, try Bloodleaf.

Author Bio

B.R. Myers spent most of her teen years behind the covers of Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, and Lois Duncan. When she’s not putting her characters in awkward situations she works as a registered nurse. A member of the Writer’s Federation of Nova Scotia, she lives in Halifax with her husband and their two children.

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