Saturday, June 9, 2018

Blog Tour Review with Giveaway: Just One of the Royals (The Chicago Falcons #2) by Leah and Kate Rooper


Book info:
TitleJust One of the Royals
Author:  Leah and Kate Rooper
SeriesThe Chicago Falcons #2
Genre: Teen/New Adult Sports Romance
Release Date:  June 4th, 2018
Publisher:  Entangled Teen:  Crush
Source: E-galley from blog tour which in no way influenced my opinion
My rating:  4 stars

Synopsis:

Star hockey player Daniel Sacachelli wants only two things: 1) for the Falcons

to win next season, and 2) for his secret — the fact he’s actually the prince of Eldonia — to never make its way to Chicago. But if Daniel keeps avoiding his crown, their family will lose their kingdom forever.



Madison Myong can’t believe that her will-they-or-won’t-they best friend Daniel is

really a prince! He’s always seemed more rebel than royal. But now, he needs to clean up his image, fast. Posing as his long-time girlfriend, Madison accompanies him back to Eldonia, intending to give Daniel a makeover fit for a king.


Only, the more royal Daniel becomes, the more Madison misses her best friend. And if she does her job right, she’ll lose him forever...


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My Review:
Obviously I started with the 2nd book of this series. However, while I guess I didn't need to read the first one, I am definitely intrigued enough by getting to know the characters from that first book in this one, that I want to go back and read it.    At first I wasn't quite sure how I felt about the characters.  There was too much hemming and hawing, and I like you, but I can't tell you, because there's no way you could like me too, or I'm not good enough for you, etc., etc.  It went on and on.  But then we got into what was the real heavy plot of the story, Daniel as prince.  Daniel needing to go back to his father's home and become king, to save his sister from having to marry a creep, who would then rule the country.  Madison agreed to help him, but with a slightly ulterior motive.  However it was one of those types of things, that I feel like if she'd been honest with him right away, there shouldn't have been the problem there was when he found out.  

There were all the usual misunderstandings, on why she was kissing him, was it because he was now a prince and good enough for her?  When he pushed her away from a kiss, was it because he was repulsed and not interested in her in that way?  Only needing to kiss her to keep up the charade so he could become king?  But in the end, it worked out the way it should have.  And at the end I was on the edge of my seat, racing through the end of the story to find out how they could make it all work.  

Another reviewer mentioned that Daniel's sister Eva had a very annoying nickname for Daniel, and I totally agreed with that.  I got to where I cringed a bit every time I read it.  Other than that, it was a good story, and definitely worth the read!  Although, I'm not quite sure, are they high school age?  After high school?  I can't tell.  That was one thing I was unsure of.

About the Authors:

Leah and Kate Rooper are sisters from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Growing up beside the Pacific Ocean and inside a temperate rainforest fed their sense of adventure as children, and nourished a curiosity for strange and distant lands. They fed this curiosity with books - lots and lots of books. After experiencing the magic of Middle-earth, they began creating their own worlds. When they're not writing, Leah and Kate spend their time blogging and vlogging about their travel adventures and their writing journey.


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 Giveaway:

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4 comments:

  1. I'm a sucker for a story with hidden royalty. I don't know why, but I love the concept. Sounds like this one was mostly a win, even if you did have a few issues with it.

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

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    1. It is kind of fun to think that someone could be royalty but just a normal person as far as you know. This was a good one. Thanks for stopping by!

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