Royally Yours (Royally, #4)

Write on: Wed, 31 Oct 2018 by  in Kat's Reviews Be the first to comment! Read 2333

Genre: Contemporary Romance, New Adult

Rating: 4.5/5 stars

4.5 “Royalty is Forever” stars

Narrator: Katerina finished Royally Yours within hours. She sighed, tucked her Kindle close to her heart, founded a sect dedicated to the worship of Edward and then...things got slightly out of hand.



Me: This can't be happening. This can't be happening. This can't be happening.

Prosecutor: How on Earth - 

Me: Excuse me for a moment, I think I'm having a panic attack.

Prosecutor: *mumbles* She is detained, handcuffed, facing serious charges, of course she's having a panic attack. But then, she could be thinking of a book. An Emma Chase book, if I had to bet.

Me: Did I hear Emma Chase?

Prosecutor: *reluctantly* Yes, I was wondering if she forced you to commit another felony.

Me: As a matter of fact she did.

Prosecutor: Of course she did. I know I'm going to regret this, but please, tell me what happened.

Me: I read Royally Yours - 

Prosecutor: Which one is it?

Me: It's the story of the first queen of Wesco, Lenora, and her sweeping love story with Edward Langton Richard Dorian Rourke. Also known as Dirty Edward.

Prosecutor: And?

Me: And it was freaking amazing. My chest swelled with all the glorious feelings; there were moments I couldn't fight the tears, and moments my entire body was burning thanks to the delicious chemistry and Edward's wicked ways. This man was a masterpiece, all masculine and sexy and -

Prosecutor: Yes yes I'm well aware of the male characters created by Emma Chase. I fail to see the problem, though.

Me: Well, Emma Chase has proved that she can write the most sensational, sweet, and all-encompassing modern fairytales, and I wanted to feel like a part of her stories, to get a glimpse of Lenora's world, so - 


Me: I was going to borrow them.

Prosecutor: Borrow them.

Me: Yes, for a day or two, only to get into Lenora's mind, to grasp her responsibilities and sacrifices, her determination to stand up in a world dominated by men and make a change for those who can't! She is such a strong and empowering figure, compassionate yet firm. She is incredible!

Prosecutor: So let me get it straight, if Emma Chase wrote a book about a bank robbery, or hired killers, would you consider stealing or, I don't know, KILLING SOMEONE in order to feel closer to her characters? Are you serious?

Me: *gulps* I didn't say that. Of course, if the hypothetical killer had even half of Edward's sexuality and tenderness I would-

Prosecutor: For your own sake please stop talking! What am I going to do with you?

Me: May I suggest something? It is clear that this was not my brightest idea, and in view of the steam and the feelings that clouded my judgement, you could rule that I am incapable of criminal liability because, you know, fangirl and stuff.

Prosecutor: It has come to my attention that criminal law is not your forte, judging by your bar results...

Me: *shrugs* At least I passed. And how do you know that? Does the term personal data ring a bell?

Prosecutor: That's irrelevant. Let's make a deal. I'll read Royally Yours and see for myself whether it constitutes solid ground for your behaviour, and you'll stop breaking the law because of Emma Chase! It's the third time in a row!

Me: I can't make any promises. 

Prosecutor: *glares*

Me: But I will try.

Narrator: Reader, if the uptight, fun-police Prosecutor sat down and read it (and - spoiler- he loved it), so should you.


*ARC generously provided in exchange for an honest review*


Favorite Quotes 

❝Every dynasty has a beginning. Every legend starts with a story. This is ours.❞


❝No woman is born a queen, no matter the title attached to her name at birth.

Kings are crowned. But queens . . . queens rise.❞


❝Making a life with you will be my greatest adventure, Lenora.❞


There are two things Katerina can't live without; books and chocolate. And since she needs money to acquire them, she decided to become a lawyer (and she still wonders whether this was a good idea). When she's not reading, she keeps wishing she was reading, about wars, wizards, dark princes and great romances. Her favorite genres are Fantasy (both YA and Adult) and Contemporary Romance.

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