The next Royals novella, Permanently Princess, will be out on Tuesday!
I’ve included pre-order links below. Note about this book: This novella contains sensitive content that may be considered triggers. This book took me on an emotional roller coaster (for a variety of reasons, some of them personal to me). I hope you love it as much as I do.
Here’s the synopsis:
One royal baby (at least).
Two royal weddings (sort of).
Three royal secrets come to light (definitely).
Future Queen of Valleria, Princess Rebecca, holds a pregnancy test in her hand. Is she carrying the next royal heir at that very moment?
Lady Grace’s tragic past meant a child would be nearly impossible. Could one pregnancy test change everything for her and her prince?
Charlotte “Charlie” Wyler is great in the kitchen but doesn’t think she’d make a good mother. What happens to the life of her and her prince if her pregnancy test comes up positive?
Not only that, shadows from one princess’s past come to light, threatening everything she once knew, and on the day of a wedding.
Who’s pregnant? Who’s getting married? And whose lives will change forever?
Come visit Valleria to find out.
You can check out the cover in the store links above or via the cover reveal I posted last week.
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