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Reviewed by Cheryl Schopen for Readers' Favorite
Some Proposal by Elizabeth Stevens is the fourth and final book in the I’m No Princess novella series. Anya has finally admitted to herself that she just may love the crown prince, which is a pretty big deal considering she hardly ever uses the “L” word. However, the man she loves has obligations to his family and to his country, and those obligations may lead to becoming engaged to an awful woman. But Anya is convinced that she can’t be what he needs; she can’t be this poised, confident future queen that the country needs. So what can she do but watch her prince marry someone else?
What a ride this has been, and I enjoyed every second of it. Anya’s growth throughout the four books is specifically evident in this book. She starts to see what is best for Dmitri and what is best for herself. She even begins to see herself in a new light with some self-reflection, which was so great to witness. Also, what I have always loved about author Elizabeth Stevens is her natural talent to build a romantic relationship. Anya and Dmitri didn’t just jump into a relationship. There was the perfect amount of buildup to it with ideal pacing. I am so impressed with the way the book ended this fantastic journey. Without giving anything away, I think this book ended just right. There were some unanswered questions, but it seems like there is another series coming. If you’re in the mood for romance, royalty, and some family drama, Some Proposal and the rest of this series are exactly what you need.