"Get swept away by the romance of Scotland, friendships, and the royal family drama!"
Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel
Posted June 6, 2019
Millie's been so obsessed with Scotland for the last year that she
applied to a boarding school. She's dumbfounded when she gets in.
Millie doesn't think she'll go until she spots her girlfriend kissing
someone else. Devastated, she's suddenly happy to be joining
Gregorstoun and its historical first class for females.
When she arrives, Scotland is beautiful and everything she imagined it
would be -- until she meets her roommate. From the very beginning,
they get off to a rocky start. Millie's dumbfounded to discover her new
roommate is a princess of Scotland.
No wonder Flora expects the world to revolve around her. As the pair
are thrown together in school traditions, they learn about each other.
Annoyance turns into understanding which turns into sympathy. Before
long, they're fast friends -- and maybe even something a little more.
While HER ROYAL HIGHNESS is
the companion book to ROYALS,
it's not necessary to read the previous book first. However, doing so
will enrich the story as favorite characters appear throughout.
Rachel Hawkins nails the hate to love trope in this feminist high school
romance. Readers will be swept away by the romance of Scotland, the
friendships, and the royal family drama.
Regal romance abounds in this flirty, laugh-out-loud
companion novel to Prince Charming, by New York
Times bestselling author Rachel Hawkins.
Millie Quint is devastated when she discovers that her
sort-of-best friend/sort-of-girlfriend has been kissing
someone else. Heartbroken and ready for a change of pace,
Millie decides to apply for scholarships to boarding schools
. . . the farther from Houston the better.
Soon, Millie is accepted into one of the world's most
exclusive schools, located in the rolling highlands of
Scotland. Here, the country is dreamy and green; the school
is covered in ivy, and the students think her American-ness
The only problem: Mille's roommate Flora is a total princess.
She's also an actual princess. Of Scotland.
At first, the girls can't stand each other, but before
Millie knows it, she has another
sort-of-best-friend/sort-of-girlfriend. Princess Flora could
be a new chapter in her love life, but Millie knows the
chances of happily-ever-afters are slim . . . after all,
real life isn't a fairy tale . . . or is it?
New York Times bestselling author Rachel Hawkins
brings the feels and the laughs to her latest romance.
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