The Royal We Book Review

From an early age, of the most common fairy tales are told is the story of the marriage between a prince and a commoner. But as perfect and straight forward as these narratives are, they are a just a tad boring.

The Royal We, by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan was published in 2016. Rebecca “Bex” Porter has always had an adventurous streak. Transferring to Oxford University to finish her degree, she is met at the door by Nick, one of her new housemates. What starts off as a friendship turns into love. But Nick is not just any guy. He is Prince Nicholas, heir to the British throne.

It is not easy dating a future King of England, given the fame and the responsibilities Nick has on his shoulders. It quickly becomes apparent that Bex will have to make a choice about her life and her future. To say that the decision is not easy is an understatement.

Loosely based on The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge‘s early years as a couple, I found this book to be charming, romantic, and delicious. Both Bex and Nick are drawn in a way that they are fully fleshed out characters, instead of the 2D Hallmark movie leads they could have been.

Do I recommend it? Absolutely.

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