Is America ready for its first queen? If you can't get enough of Harry and Meghan and Will and Kate, you'll love this sequel to the New York Times bestseller that imagines America's own royal family--and all the drama and heartbreak that entails. Crazy Rich Asians meets The Crown. Perfect for fans of Red, White, and Royal Blue and The Royal We.
Power is intoxicating. Like first love, it can leave you breathless. Princess Beatrice was born with it. Princess Samantha was born with less. Some, like Nina Gonzalez, are pulled into it. And a few will claw their way in. Ahem, we're looking at you Daphne Deighton.
As America adjusts to the idea of a queen on the throne, Beatrice grapples with everything she lost when she gained the ultimate crown. Samantha is busy living up to her "party princess" persona...and maybe adding a party prince by her side. Nina is trying to avoid the palace--and Prince Jefferson--at all costs. And a dangerous secret threatens to undo all of Daphne's carefully laid "marry Prince Jefferson" plans.
A new reign has begun....
"Inventive, fresh, and deliciously romantic--American Royals is an absolute delight!" --Sarah J. Maas, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Throne of Glass series and Court of Thorns and Roses series
Could not put it down
Highly recommend. Great read. I would think about it when I was working, my favorite kind of book when you can’t wait to find out what happens next. I loved the each character and how it all plays out definitely did not expect the ending but loved how it ends it gave me good feelings.
Love love love
It is soo good hoping , pleading for a third book. We need Jeff and Nina back together now now now.
Really upset about this book. All of the beautiful relationships she built in the other book, she tore down in this one. I think I just couldn’t get past the fact that daphne gets everything she wants in the end and ACTUALLY ends up with the prince. After all the horrible things she’s done. She gets what she wants in the end. Then what happens to Connor in the end. Because he gave up his dream of being in the royal guard for Beatrice. But she just tosses him away??? I thought this book was about her pushing for what she wanted, but the only way they showed that is by proving to herself she doesn’t need anyone but herself to rule in the end.