ponedjeljak, 15. listopada 2018.

Review: Erin Watt: Broken Prince

Dear ladies, the notorious Reed Callum is back! 
We're not perfect. All of us have flaws. So this review is for all of you, who have been lazy enough not to read this book yet. Seriously, people, this is a novel number two in The Royals book series. Jen and Elle (aka Erin) have already published the fifth book. We're behind the schedule. Let's get down to business. Let's talk about the
Broken Prince.

Before reading, remember: 
These Royals will ruin you.

Reed is the most popular guy in school, maybe even in town.
His word is the one that counts, and those who stand in his way most of the time end up running in a different direction.
He just wants to find the best way to make his father angry, to make him pay. And the best way to do it is by winning over his protege, Ella.
The thought of falling in love with her is so ridiculous it makes him laugh. But then it happens. Like a total idiot, he falls in love with her. 
Of course, then he makes a mistake and she leaves. And we're talking about a girl who knows how to hide. Also, Reed knows the best thing to do would be never to look for her.
But he will still do anything to find her.

I know exactly two people who don't like Paper Princess. Two. Does that say enough? Do I have to say anything else to prove how absolutely amazing the first book in The Royals boos series was? I don't think so 😉

To be completely honest, in book no.1, we learned a few very easy ways for people to royally f*ck up. Now, in Broken Prince, the characters get the chance to make things better, redeem themselves, ask for forgiveness...or f*ck up even worse. Nobody is beyond making bad (read: stupid) decisions, especially not a bunch of rich, privileged high school kids who have no idea how the world really works.

Just to remind you, The Royals is a top of the charts young adult romance story, that thrives on drama, scandals and hatred towards authority. The story seems like watching a reality show where young people are let run wild and do what they want with no consequences - and yet, unlike those reality shows, these books actually make sense, are interesting and let us learn something.

Reed and Ella have a lot to work on. The first novel has ended with a cliffhanger that has left us all screaming for more, but thankfully, if you have just now discovered this book series (where have you been all this time?), we already have all the other sequels published so we can read this one knowing nothing can stop us from knowing how the story ends.

But, yeah, Reed and Ella have a lot to do. Elle and Jen, the two authors that stand behind the name of Erin Watt, really know how to make their lives complicated, and our reading experience unforgettable. Their plots are never-ending and unexpected, the characters are arrogant but noble, smart but naive.
We meet new people whose personalities will cause us headaches, we get involved in some crazy conflicts and survive some pretty life-threatening fights. 

The best thing about the characters, however, is their ability to adapt normally and naturally to every new situation, the fact that makes us readers stay glued to the chair and wonder what kind of 'catastrophe' will make them show another side of them. Happiness, sadness, anger, desperation, we have it all.

If you're in search for a book that will entertain you, make you crazy with anger and melt in warmth, all of it, at the same time, read Paper Princes and Broken prince. Meet the Royals. But treat them with care. These Royals might ruin you.




1.0 -5.0

Hero: 5.0
Heroine: 5.0
Sexual tension: 5.0
Sex scenes: 5.0
Plot: 4.0
Dialogue: 5.0
Storytelling: 5.0
Story ending: 5.0
Secondary characters: 5.0
Humor: 5.0

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