Book Review: Paper Princess (The Royals, #1) by Erin Watt


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My Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5

Genre: Young Adult/New Adult

Any book which takes you out of a book slump is a book worthy of praise indeed. I have started and stopped so many books these past few days, until I found this, and honestly if I am drawn in from beginning until the end, it’s a good book for me.

I kinda love reading about rich school kids, that might also have something to do with me re watching gossip girl at the moment. This story is entertaining from beginning to end, the story line well written and executed. This book felt very YA but I’m not complaining, it was a nice change from the usual.

The story begins with Ella struggling to provide for her living whilst studying in school at the same time. It’s hard to keep up with multiple jobs whilst also getting an education. That is until she meets Callum, who is supposedly her guardian now. He offers to give her money (no not in the way that you think) in exchange for some very simple conditions. Seems simple enough right? But the other Royal men may make it a little difficult for her to blend in.

I don’t know but there’s just something about this book which makes it very hard to put down. Worth my reading time. It’s possibly the teenage drama, the friendships, the different characters and the mystery I felt cooking up behind the scenes. I definitely think this is worth everyone’s reading time as it is honestly one of those which you cannot help but love.

I know many people are talking about said cliffhanger but is it weird that I didn’t even bat an eye at the ending? I really saw it coming so it didn’t surprise me much. But I am definitely reading the next one as soon as it comes out.

Fate is for the weak-those people who don’t have enough power or will to shape life into what they need  it to be.

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