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Release Blitz & Review ~ Royally Yours

Princess Lenora Celeste Beatrice Arabella Pembrook had an unusual childhood. She was raised to be a Queen—the first Queen of Wessco.

It’s a big deal.

When she’s crowned at just nineteen, the beautiful young monarch is prepared to rule. She’s charming, clever, confident and cunning.

What she isn’t…is married.

It’s her advising council’s first priority. It’s what Parliament is demanding, and what her people want.

Lenora has no desire to tie herself to a man—particularly one who only wants her for her crown. But compromises must be made and royals must do their duty.

Even Queens. Especially them.


Years ago, Edward Langdon Richard Dorian Rourke, walked away from his title and country. Now he’s an adventurer—climbing mountains, exploring jungles, going wherever he wants, when he wants—until family devotion brings him home.

And a sacred promise keeps him there.

To Edward, the haughty, guarded little Queen is intriguing, infuriating…and utterly captivating. Wanting her just might drive him mad—or become his greatest adventure.


Within the cold, stone walls of the royal palace—mistrust threatens, wills clash, and an undeniable, passionate love will change the future of the monarchy forever.

Every dynasty has a beginning. Every legend starts with a story.

This is theirs.

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Emma Chase is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the hot and hilarious Tangled series and The Legal Briefs series. Emma lives in New Jersey with her husband, two children and two naughty (but really cute) dogs. She has a long-standing love/hate relationship with caffeine.



3 stars

I have to admit I’m really disappointed that this book, a “prologue”, wasn’t really a prologue. I don’t know how to describe it, but it sure wasn’t what I was expecting to read.

And, I feel the the cover is not really appropriate for a story that starts in the 1950’s in a royal family. I can’t imagine that if a story similar to “The Crown” had a movie poster made, the Prince would be wearing no shirt. It’s just bizarre and doesn’t feel authentic to the story.

The story itself was good.  I liked the Queen – I liked her in the past three books I’ve read – but knowing this story is about her, and that in the future, she’s a widow, made me sad.

This book was more “historical romance” with a contemporary feel. Some of the dialogue felt very contemporary, and I had to keep reminding myself when this book was actually set, which got kind of annoying. And the names, which were LONG, were often times hard to keep track of.

I was expecting something completely different than I got here, and I’m slightly disappointed, but I love Emma Chase and will continue to read her books as long as she writes them.

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