About Royally Rearranged
There WILL be a royal wedding. The only question–who will be my groom?
An arranged marriage isn’t the worst fate for a princess like me. Especially because I’ve been in love with my intended groom since we were children.
But when my prince shows up with an American girlfriend instead of an engagement ring, all arrangements are off.
The clock is nearing midnight–I won’t turn into a pumpkin, but if I’m not wed by summer’s end, I’ll forfeit my kingdom.
Just your typical royal dilemma.
Out of sheer desperation, I make a deal with a devilish duke. Rafe de Silva is the prince’s rival and has a plan so ridiculous it just might work.
One moment, Rafe seems to relish making the prince jealous.
And the next… he’s making me question everything with his words, his touch, and his ability to melt my Ice Princess persona.
I’m not always given the luxury of choice, but now I have a huge one to make. I only hope I don’t lose my crown, my heart, or myself in the process…
Royally Rearranged is a sizzling, swoony, closed-door romantic comedy.
I LOVE a good rom-com. Emma St Clair is amazing at writing them. I was really excited when I saw she was going to write a royal one. And she did a great job with it!
I loved Princess Serafina. Being in her head during the story was really fun! She thought she was in love with Callum ever since she was a little girl. Maybe part of that was due to having a contract to marry him. But when he shows up with an American and declares he won’t be told who to marry, that leaves Sera with no options left to her. There was a lot Sera learned throughout the story, both about her situation and about herself. I loved the way she was able to stand up for herself and choose what she wanted for her life and for her country. Such a great character!
Then there’s Rafe. Rafe had a lot to overcome. His background, his reputation, and what those closest to him wanted him to do. I loved his character. He is the perfect match for Serafina. And his witty banter with her was one of the very best parts of the book. So was his belief in her, that she could do anything. And she was better in those parts where she knew he felt that way.
It’s fun that this book starts and ends with telling a little girl a fairy tale. Such a fun way to open and close the book.
If you’re looking for a great, funny, happily ever after royals book, this is the book for you!
I was sent an e-copy of Royally Rearranged as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.
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