ROYALLY WED is pure delight. Set in London, we are invited
to attend the Royal Wedding of Princess Amelia Grace Amcott
to Duke Holden of Beckett at Atteberry. Not exactly a love
match made in heaven, he is a man old enough to be her
father and is the father of her best friend Lady Eleanor.
Dubbed Princess Naughty, Amelia, has decided it is time for
her to stop being the Royal Bad Girl and time to make her
family and country proud of her. When her mother, the
Queen, suggested she marry Duke Holden, it was really a
command and Amelia had little to do but become engaged to
him. There is nothing romantic between Amelia and Holden.
He is almost 60 years old, she has known him her whole life.
It will be difficult, too, with her close friendship with
his daughter. But duty calls and she must obey.
Asher Reed has just arrived in London from America. A last
minute replacement to Cellist Extraordinaire, Yo-Yo Ma, who
due to an emergency Appendicitis will not be able to perform
his solo at the wedding ceremony. Asher is still reeling
from the breakup with his fiancee, Serena. Serena confessed
to being in love with his mentor and friend, legendary
Philharmonic music director, Jeremy March. The threesome
will meet shortly but Asher is not ready, he is depressed and
has not practiced in months. Will he be able to perform the
solo in front of millions?
Asher immediately goes to Westminster Abbey where he will
practice and test the acoustics. He is overwhelmed by the
majestic beauty of the church.
As he finishes his song, he hears a woman crying and offers
his help. A lovely young lady implores him to play another
song. He throws his heart into the intricate and heartfelt
melody and he is brought to tears by his flawless and moving
rendition. His audience of one is thanking him when she
steps forward and he recognizes the Princess Bride. Their
attraction to each other is powerful and Amelia rushes away.
Asher can not believe he has just met the princess. What a
They meet again at Buckingham Palace where Asher will stay
in the Blue Room next to Amelia's suite. There are no rooms
available in London due to the wedding and Asher will remain
for the duration of the festivities. When they meet there
they are overcome with surprise and get to become friends.
Amelia feels alive and in the end she runs toward life,
music, and love.
is a delicious, modern fairy tale that is funny, romantic
with characters that you will fall in love with. At the top
of that last is Willow, the Corgi who is adorable and
steals the show. I loved it. Great job, Ms. Teri Wilson.
It's your third in The
Royals and I am seeking one and two
immediately! Good show!
Teri Wilsonâ€™s Royals series returns with this charming and
witty retelling of the timeless classic MGM film Royal
Wedding starring Fred Astaire.
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, heâ€™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.
guest of Buckingham Palace, he knows he has no business even
speaking to the princess, but heâ€™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. Heâ€™s
there to perform, not cause a royal scandal. But when he
stumbles upon her groomâ€™s appalling secret, the fate of the
princess and the British Crown suddenly rest squarely in his
With Teri Wilsonâ€™s
signature â€śendearingly charming and delightfully sizzlingâ€ť
(USA TODAY bestselling author Nina Bocci) prose,
Royally Wed is a delightful whirlwind romance that
will leave you breathless and have you out of your seat for
a standing ovation.