The charming story of a small-town girl who dreams of finding love with a real-life English prince?and who?s willing to go to hilarious lengths to make her fairy tale come true
Most young girls dream of becoming a princess. But unlike most girls, Jerramy Fine never grew out of it. Strangely drawn to the English royal family since she was a child, Jerramy spends her childhood writing love letters to Buckingham Palace and absorbing any information she can find on modern-day princesses throughout the world. Years later, when her sense of destiny finally brings her to London, Jerramy navigates the murky waters of English social circles, etiquette, and dating with hilarious results.
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Born in 1977, Jerramy Fine grew up in western Colorado. (Yet she still maintains there was a dreadful hospital mix-up and she was switched at birth with the baby daughter of English aristocrats.) She attended the University of Rochester, where she spent her semester abroad working in the House of Commons, and later completed her master’s at the London School of Economics. She now lives in London with her English boyfriend. He’s not royal, but she forgives him.Review:
"Jerramy Fine doesn't need a prince to corner the market on 'charming.' "Someday My Prince Will Come" is a real-life fairytale with twists and delights on every page. Tuck it in your beach bag... right next to your tiara."
aJen Lancaster, author of "Bitter is the New Black"
aJerramy Fine is almost too good to be true: a beautiful, intelligent American girl who thinks there's something attractive and romantic about Upper Class Englishmen. I thought girls like that only existed in Richard Curtis movies, but apparently I'm wrong. It's heartwarming to know that there are still people out there who think of England as a fairy-tale kingdom.a
aToby Young, author of "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People"
a[A] real-life fairy tale with twists and delights on every page. Tuck it in your beach baga]right next to your tiara.a
aJen Lancaster, author of "Bitter Is the New Black"
aPithy and funny.a]A fresh twist on the tired tales of offbeat girls in search of their dream.a]a
a[A] charming and humorous story.a
aAny woman who has spent any time searching for a good man will enjoy this real-life adventure.a
a"New York Post"
?[A] real-life fairy tale with twists and delights on every page. Tuck it in your beach bag?right next to your tiara.?
?Jen Lancaster, author of "Bitter Is the New Black"
?Pithy and funny.?A fresh twist on the tired tales of offbeat girls in search of their dream.
?[A] charming and humorous story.?
?Any woman who has spent any time searching for a good man will enjoy this real-life adventure.?
?"New York Post"
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