Friday, January 19, 2018

Review: Royally Wed by Teri Wilson

Royally Wed
by Teri Wilson

Publisher: Pocket Star
Pages: 304
Format: ebook
Buy the Book: Amazon

Goodreads:  When Asher Reed, an American classical musician, is hired as a last minute replacement to perform at the royal wedding of Princess Amelia in Great Britain, he’s hoping he can shake his recent bout with performance anxiety long enough to get through the festivities and get his career back on track. Little does he know that his life is about to change forever.

As a guest of Buckingham Palace, he knows he has no business even speaking to the princess, but he’s completely awed by her beauty and more than a little intrigued by her rebellious spirit. Still, he definitely knows he has no business kissing her silly at the fitting of her wedding gown. He’s there to perform, not cause a royal scandal. But when he stumbles upon her groom’s appalling secret, the fate of the princess and the British Crown suddenly rest squarely in his cello-playing hands....

Kritters Thoughts:  The third and current book in this series and as I have said before this is a series where each book is self contained and there aren't repeat characters so you can start with any book in this series.

This book is about Asher Reed and Princess Amelia.  Asher Reed is an accomplished musician and through circumstances he is called to London to play for a royal wedding and in an interesting turn of events he runs into Princess Amelia and both of their worlds are turned upside down.  

I feel like a broken record when it comes to this series, but each book has such great plot.  I was reading this one while rewatching the first season of the Crown on Netflix with my parents and I love that this book helped add to my love of all things royal.  If you watch the Crown, are dying over royal weddings and the royal family, this book was made for you.  And of course like the other books, there are sexy times in this book but again they are perfectly timed and it added to the story.  

I couldn't find any information to see if we are going to have another book in this series, but I would love to have one!

Rating: definitely a good read, but can't read two in a row

Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received one copy of this book free of charge from Simon and Schuster.  I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for receipt of the book; rather, the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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