One to Watch
Fans of The Bachelor will love this book. It follows Bea, a plus-sized woman obsessed with the reality dating show Main Squeeze , who is over the lack of body diversity on the show. When she gets the call to be on the show, it’s too intriguing to pass up and Bea finds herself in for a lot more than she bargained for.
This book poses the interesting question, what if George Washington had become king of the United States? It brings us to a present day where his descendants are trying to cope with the fame and pressure royal life brings. If you’re looking for more royals and romance, this is the one for you.
Her Royal Highness
This one is a sequel to Prince Charming but can definitely be read as a standalone. Millie has a bad breakup and decided to head off to boarding school. It’s not until she gets there that she finds out her roommate is Flora, the princess of Scotland. Soon Millie finds they’re moving from just friends to… more than friends.
The Two Lives of Lydia Bird
Everyone thinks Lydia and Freddie will be together forever, but when he dies unexpectedly, her life comes to a standstill. Lydia is miserable, but she begins to come to terms with the fact that her life will have to move on without Freddie—until she finds a way to go to a time where they are still together, and she begins to lead two lives at once.
Conversations with Friends
Frances and Bobbi were once together, but now they are just close friends and collaborators on their art. When a photographer and her actor husband take an interest in the two, their relationship is put to the ultimate test.
Who doesn’t love a good romance? Add tabloid rumors, royalty, and a dash of politics and it’s no wonder Red, White, and Royal Blue has become such a hit. Finding a book to follow might seem impossible, but we’ve got you covered.
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