Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Royal by Winter Renshaw review!

His name is Royal, but he’s no prince charming. He’s not even a prince - though you could say I loved him once upon a time.

He was my older brother’s best friend. 
Growing up, he sat at our dinner table every Sunday, teased me mercilessly, and pretended I annoyed him. 
When I was old enough, he took me on my first date. 
Royal taught me how to drive. Escorted me to my junior prom. Gave me my first kiss…amongst other things. He was my first taste of toe-curling, all-consuming, can’t-sleep love. 
We had our whole lives ahead of us. There was never anyone else for me but him. 
And then he disappeared. No letter. No explanation. Not even a goodbye. 
My sisters and brother never forgave him, and my parents forbade me from speaking his name in our house ever again. For all intents and purposes, we were to pretend Royal Lockhart never existed. 
I’ve spent the last seven years trying in vain to forget my first love, but just when I think I’ve finally moved on, guess who’s back in town? 


My Review!
Have I ever said how much I love winter Renshaw books?! 
7 hours and 20 minutes that is how long it took me to read this book.
After I read Vegas baby I didn't think that there to be a another really really really good book. But boy was I wrong ! 
Royal is a book about a man and woman who gets separated when they're in their late teens. And royal goes to help his family member upstate and he tells his family that he moved into with that he will be back that night. But things does not work out like that he is not able to come back and Demi is heartbroken. 
After 7 years royal shows back up but there's only one problem Demi is engaged to another man and they are expected to get married next to Valentine's Day.
Will Royal and Demi find a way back to each other or is there time has gone past.
 This book is really good like I said above. Royal has some drama and his life is not all that good. During his time away he lost some people and it was hard. Demi during the years she was heartbroken she didn't know what to do and she was lost. 
If you never read one of this author's books I would really get on this train. Winter Renshaw books are really good.
 Would I reread this book? Yes. Absolutely.
 Do I recommend this book? Yes. Most certainly.