Book Review: Laveuse Pression The Queen Of Swords
Laveuse Pression Electrique, by Isabelle Richey, is an extremely enjoyable and entertaining novel written in the style of a fairy tale. The story takes place in medieval times during the time of Queen Elizabeth II and it is about a young maid who finds herself in the position of being betrothed to a man who she has no idea even exists.
Her love interest is a handsome young man who lives with his family in their castle. The main plot line involves her attempting to win his heart by finding the perfect ring. The man, known only as 'D', is quite a catch; he is rich, beautiful, a great lover and more importantly, a great husband. He is the perfect match for her, until she falls in love with another man, the King of France.
It is quite interesting to read about the various aspects of Laveuse Pression Electrique. First of all, it takes place in medieval times and therefore contains a lot of castles, palaces and people who are all associated with the time period. The main character and hero are a young lady, whose name is Laveuse and who is one of the most beautiful maidens ever seen. Richey manages to create a very captivating character in this novel and creates a very unique world for her characters to live in.
Laveuse, however, does have some flaws, which make it very different from the other novels in the same genre. For starters, the main character is not exactly a damsel in distress and does not always get what she wants. This sometimes leaves her feeling very disappointed, even when she is with the man who is more or less her perfect match.
In addition to this, Laveuse also has the habit of breaking the fourth wall. This is an element that has not been seen in many other novels, yet it really does make Laveuse stand out.
On a final note, I must say that I was very much looking forward to reading Laveuse, but unfortunately I did not like it as much as I thought I would. However, I will say that the book was fun and I can still recommend it to those who have a liking for fairy tale style novels. I just think it could be more mature and less fantasy.
Overall, I think this is a fun book to read, but not a classic like many of the other Laveuse novels that I have read. But it was still an enjoyable read, and if you are looking for a good book with a good story then this is definitely one to start with.
I am certainly looking forward to reading the second in Laveuse's series, The Queen of Swords. I know I have already started reading it!
I liked Laveuse, and I think her readers liked her as well. I really liked her writing style and I enjoyed her character.
I am sure many of her readers will enjoy her other novels as well. She has become quite popular as of late with many of her books being sold out on Amazon.
The Queen of Swords is going to be out soon, so if you want to read something new, then I highly recommend that you go and buy the second novel in the series, The Queen of Swords. You will get a whole new take on the Laveuse character.
This book might interest you. If you are a fan of fantasy then definitely look into Laveuse Pression Electrique, because it will definitely interest you!