A “Dishy, Soapy, Funny, and yet still believable” read

Red, White, & Royal Blue
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If the book-to-streaming cycle worked in the other direction and shows were turned into books, you’d get Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston.

The story is dishy, soapy, and funny, yet somehow manages to teeter right on the edge of believable. Or maybe it doesn’t, but it’s so good you won’t care.

Alex is the son of the first female President of the United States. Henry is the Prince of Wales, fourth in line to England’s throne. Alex and Henry start as frenemies, but this is a romance book review; you can do the math. Given their high profiles, their relationship will need to stay secret, but it will inevitably be revealed.

There’s a lot of social commentary in the novel but your main focus will be on the shining star that is Henry and Alex’s love story.

You may feel a bit bereft when you turn the last page of Red, White & Royal Blue, but don’t despair: Casey McQuiston’s new novel One Last Stop released June 1 and is already generating lots of buzz.

Red White & Royal Blue

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