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BFF K’s Review of Twisted Palace
There’s not much that can be said without giving away HUGE spoilers for Twisted Palace. But, I can say that this book is just as exciting and engrossing as Paper Princess and Broken Prince! The Royals Series has solidified a place on my 2016 Besties List.
Broken Prince left Ella and the Royals with 2 MAJOR cliffhangers. So many things were up in the air and uncertain for all of the characters. Twisted Palace picks up where things left off and throws you right back in the middle of all the mixed up situations and emotions.
Ella is torn between her natural instinct to run and her desire to stay with this family she’s come to love and care for. Reed is in such a mess and he has to find a way to solve his problems with his head and heart instead of his fists. Callum is remembering how to parent and working to be the father his boys need him to be. Easton, Sebastian and Sawyer are finding their ways (and I feel like they all have stories to tell as well!)
The Royals Series has been such a fantastic, unexpected, completely enthralling series and I am so thankful that I took a chance and read Paper Princess when it first released. The books have brought all the feels and more than a couple sleepless nights, but it’s been worth every minute.
If you have been waiting until the conclusion of this series, wait no more! Twisted Palace wraps up Reed and Ella’s storyline and brings the series to a very satisfying conclusion. That being said, I desperately hope that Elle Kennedy and Jen Frederick will decide to bring us more all-consuming stories about the lives and loves of the rest of The Royals!
An advance copy of this book was received from the authors. Receipt of this copy did not impact the independence or content of this review.
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About the Author(s)
Erin Watt is the brainchild of two bestselling authors linked together through their love of great books and an addiction to writing. They share one creative imagination. Their greatest love (after their families and pets, of course)? Coming up with fun–and sometimes crazy–ideas. Their greatest fear? Breaking up. You can contact them at their shared inbox: firstname.lastname@example.org