Book Of The Day – The Prince And I

by Ron on July 13, 2015

Today’s Book of the Day is a Mystery by Julie Sarff and it’s 75% off for a limited time. The Prince and I has a 4.8 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $3!

“The Prince and I is very fast paced and I just couldn’t put it down once I started reading. The ending is as good as an ending could ever be and I just loved it!” Jenny – Amazon Reviewer

The Prince and I
by Julie Sarff
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Mystery
Price: $0.99 save $3


When Trudy Rue is assigned the royal biography of the Prince of Wales after her ex is murdered, Trudy is faced with a number of problems.

Firstly, she doesn’t know anything about the modern royal family and has no time to prepare, and secondly, she is named a person of interest in the death of her ex. Under enormous pressure, she goes about her day, trying to do her job and becoming more and more enchanted with the subject of her study. When the Prince gives her a private tour of Holyroodhouse, she decides she is definitely smitten.

There is no time for romance, however, as Trudy begins to uncover the dark secrets of her ex’s past, and the numerous people who might have wanted him dead.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

The main appeal is the clean writing and plots that are unmarred by gore or other tasteless elements found in other books. Author Julie Sarff has written a delightful new cozy mystery with “The Prince and I” and I am still smiling long after turning the last page.


This is the first book I have read by Julie Sarff, and I must say this author is very talented. This book is well-written and flows well. The characters were so well put together that they seemed as if I could actually see them. The book is written in a way you can envision what is happening throughout the book.


I don’t even know what to say. This book is amazing. It has the best combination of a little bit of everything. From romance to hate, awkward situations, funny times, and a murder mystery. What more could you ask for? A little bit thrown in together so that almost any type of reader can’t help but fall in love with this book.


I have to say that I truly enjoyed this book. The Prince and I is very well written and the story flows with wonderful characterization and an intriguing story line. The author mixes her wonderful sense of humor with great dialog to make this story fantastic!


This was such an enticing mystery! I found myself to be completely captivated by the text of this novel. As I read, I did not feel as I was in touch with the dirty mindedness of my current generation. I felt as if I had swept away into a whole new world and that completely blew my mind!

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About The Author

I am a happily married mother of two. Raised in Colorado, I was lucky enough to spend a couple of years of my life in Northern Italy. I graduated with an M.S. in math and economics from The Colorado School of Mines, and then promptly went to work on the Titan program for Lockheed Martin Astronautics.

I have to say, I worked on the more boring bits of rocketry, but the fun thing was we all got to wear shirts that said, “Actually, it is Rocket Science.” Around the same time, I began working as a part-time professor of Economics and Statistics. Some people find these subjects a little dry, but I made my classes super scintillating by dressing up on occasion as Professor Trelawney form Harry Potter and trying to forecast the future.

For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to be the next Carolyn Keene. When I was in third grade, I used to sit on the porch and read Nancy Drew in the morning, and then write my own mysteries in the afternoon. My characters in Sweet Delicious Madness are completely fictitious, but draw on people I met when I lived in Italy. For my first series I wanted to write a Cinderella story, I wanted to ask, what if a perfectly ordinary woman, flawed in many ways, messed up her life the first go around, but got a second chance to meet and fell in love with her own version of Austin’s Mr. Darcy. And what if, along the way, she met and learned from other characters who surrounded her; characters that had quirks of their own – a women with a passion for animal rescue, an Italian housemaid who talks to the dead, and a curator of a museum who intimately knows the history of the stolen antiquities market. All of these items synthesized into the making of The Sweet Delicious Madness Series.

In 2015, I am busy tying up loose ends in the fifth book in the series, tentatively titled The Knotty Bride. I am also asking myself a new question, what if Arthur Pendragon had a daughter. I look forward to releasing my newest series, Magda Pendragon: Heir to Arthur in the coming months. Oh, and for the record, I was lucky enough to meet and marry my own version of Mr. Darcy on the first go round. We live our lives in the Colorado sunshine, with an ever-changing collection of adopted dogs and cats. – See more at:

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Julie Sarff and ENT appreciate it.


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