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Sunday, January 14, 2018

Broken Prince ~Review

“I’ve spend the last couple of years trying to destroy everything around me. Who knew success would taste so bitter.” 

From wharf fights and school brawls to crumbling lives inside glittery mansions, one guy tries to save himself. 


Reed Royal has it all—looks, status, money. The girls at his elite prep school line up to date him, the guys want to be him, but Reed never gave a damn about anyone but his family until Ella Harper walked into his life.

What started off as burning resentment and the need to make his father’s new ward suffer turned into something else entirely—keep Ella close. Keep Ella safe. But when one foolish mistake drives her out of Reed’s arms and brings chaos to the Royal household, Reed’s entire world begins to fall apart around him.

Ella doesn’t want him anymore. She says they’ll only destroy each other.


Secrets. Betrayal. Enemies. It’s like nothing Reed has ever dealt with before, and if he’s going to win back his princess, he’ll need to prove himself Royally worthy. 

You know how the sequel is never as good as the first book? Well this book defies the odds. It was just as good, if not slightly better than the first one. OH MY GOODNESS! So much happened in Broken Prince. The first one was a serious page turner, I was unable to put it down and when it ended with a serious cliff hanger......... How could I not start (and finish) the sequel the same night?!

Broken Prince was just as heart breaking, and intense and dramatic as the first one! When I say dramatic, I don't mean it negatively, the drama in this series is what makes it a page turner. I loved it! Every heart wrenching, silly, steamy, fun, exciting moment of it! 

The family feeling continues, Ella becoming more and more important in the Royal's lives. I enjoyed how much it reminded me of my own family, though I have a mom and dad and one little brother. But nevertheless, the familial relationships strengthened in this book, while the romance was more of a rollercoaster. I also really loved how I wasn't asking myself "Where are the parents? How can these teenager just do whatever they want without an adult knowing?" I love how involved Callum Royal was throughout the story.

I don't know why I related to Ella so much, our situation don't match up even in the slightest, but I still connected with her. I love how realistic Ella is as a character, she's not perfect, or completely broken and needing fixed, she a blend, and I appreciate that. She's funny and makes mistakes, and has to fix the mistakes. I just really liked her as a character. 

I would recommend this series in a heartbeat! Again, there are some steamy scenes to be weary of if you are a younger reader. 


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