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The Royals Next Door by Karina Halle
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The Royals Next Door (edition 2021)

by Karina Halle (Author)

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Title:The Royals Next Door
Authors:Karina Halle (Author)
Info:Berkley (2021), 368 pages
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Schoolteacher, Piper Evans, has been living her low-key life, while taking care of her mother, who is living with mental illness. When Piper notices activity at the house next door, she thinks nothing of it because it is often rented out for periods of time. It isn't until she is confronted by Harrison Cole, the bodyguard to the famous royals, Prince Edward and Monica, that Piper realizes her life is about to change in several ways. Harrison finds Piper funny and is immediately drawn to her, but with his past and his current responsibilities, he knows that a relationship with her can go nowhere. Piper and Harrison bring out the best in one another so denying their feelings isn't really an option.

The Royals Next Door is a fun romance that parallels some of the recent headlines regarding the British Royal Family. Piper is a quirky protagonist, who learns to deal with her insecurities, and Harrison is a man who learns that a person's past doesn't dictate his future. As cute as this story is, the problems are solved a bit too quickly and easily including those involving Piper's mother, and some of the dialogue comes off a little preachy. Overall, though, The Royals Next Door is a very enjoyable book with positive mental health representation and a satisfying conclusion. ( )
  ftbooklover | Jan 2, 2022 |
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