Thursday, April 25, 2013

Found in Prague Tour and Review





After receiving an odd email during her first semester of college, Katica Coleman traverses fearlessly across the Atlantic Ocean to Prague in the heart of Europe looking for answers to her family's past but ends up finding so much more. Katica quickly learns that it's easy to fall in love while meandering through the winding cobblestone streets, snow-covered castles and aromatic crepe caf├ęs of the magical country that is her family's homeland. But is the charming Czech boy with the intoxicating accent and cool, charismatic gait someone she should let herself get lost in? He always seems to come to her assistance at just the right moment, but can he really be trusted? Katica cannot help but wonder whether she should listen to her wary gut or give in to the giddy waves of excitement coursing through her body....


Okay now if you want something sweet and romantic then this book is for YOU! We have a young girl named Katica who was born in America and has gone to Prague to meet her relatives for Christmas.

She meets a young man Michal who helps translate that her toilet is broken in her hotel room. From there the romance takes such a sweet turn. They are both shy about the relationship and I think that made the book so much more enjoyable than if they had gone out and jumped right into love.

This is a book that I believe everyone can enjoy. All ages young and old alike.

The story is sweet but not sappy. And the details the author uses in describing the world makes you feel as if you are actually there with katica. 

I highly recommend this book to everyone! Go on, get yourself on that plane to Prague, you don't know what your missing!

Details/Disclaimer: Review copy was provided to me in exchange for a fair and honest review. The free book held no determination on my personal review







Dana Newman, like Katica Coleman, the main character in Found in Prague, is a second generation Czech-American. Her childhood was filled with dinner table stories about dynamic adventures of life in another land during another time. After graduating from the College of Journalism and Communications at the University of Florida in 2008, she set off on her own adventure with Prague as the destination. To write this book, she has woven the vivid stories from her childhood into her own travel experiences and then sprinkled a little fairy dust on top.






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