Fridays’ Frog Prince by Zoe Adams

Published: November 30, 2022

Zoe Adams

Genre: Romance

KKECReads Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I received a copy of this book for free, and I leave my review voluntarily.

Zoe Adams is an audacious author exploring the layered ups and downs of love.A passionate writer, she draws her inspiration from a variety of sources. Her admirationfor romance books, her understanding of human character, and her observing eye for exciting scenarios are a few of them. But above all, her greatest writing gift is her bold, unapologetic love for love itself.

Friday Taylor, a talented up-and-coming fashion designer, moves to the Big Apple to open her first New York store. Disillusioned about relationships but reluctant to join an online dating app, she wants to find love the old fashion way. When she receives a call from an enigmatic man with a deep and sexy voice, Friday discovers that she has picked up the wrong luggage at the airport. Although his suitcase contains only size two women’s clothes, she agrees to meet him to do the swap.
Josiah is romantic and exciting, but he also has a very young girlfriend. Tempted by the mystery and haunted by feelings she can’t seem to control, Friday must decide what is more important to her: feeling safe and secure, or surrendering to passion and adventure.

“But I warn you: we’ll see each other again.”

Friday is an up-and-coming fashion designer about to open a store in New York. When she accidentally grabs a suitcase that looks like hers, she is stuck swapping cases with the other person. She didn’t expect the sparks.

I liked Friday as our leading lady in this novella. She has a calm confidence that seems effortless, though she works hard at everything.

Her ambition and drive spoke to me, and I enjoyed reading about her endeavors to get funding for her clothing store. She had a goal, and she worked to achieve it.

I didn’t love the love interest in this story. I feel like Friday deserved better, and while I understand the balance that opposites bring and the connection you feel with the one- but how much of that spark is just lust?

Something about this series that is different for Zoe is there are no steamy scenes at all. A considerable emphasis is placed on the relationship and character development, which I love, and it’s charming watching two hearts connect without the physical.

I am looking forward to reading the next installation!

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