Sawyer Bennett is one of those authors whose work I always enjoy. Lucas was no exception, even if I kinda wanted to shake sense into both characters at times. There was a lot of back and forth, but ultimately I liked where everything ended up. It was a good, solid read that totally fed my need for some hockey romance.
Much like many of my romance-loving friends, I had full on royal romance fever after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding. I started looking at what royal romance to read next when I realized I owned Reluctantly Royal, but hadn’t read it.
There was a moment while reading Royally Screwed that I had to stop reading and pull up Goodreads to see which characters would get the next two books in the Royally series. I straight up yelped and cheered when I saw Logan and Ellie would be paired up in Royally Endowed.
Can I be perfectly honest for a minute? I didn’t expect to like Henry as much as I did. Don’t get me wrong, he was mostly ok as a side character in Royally Screwed, but the idea of him as a hero/love interest kinda just made me shrug. His immature, party-boy ways didn’t do much for me.
Why in the world did I wait so long to read Royally Screwed? Seriously, why? I loved every single little thing about this book. The only good thing that came out of waiting so long to read it is I got to binge the entire series in one week and, well, I can’t be mad about that.
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