A queen’s life hangs in the balance, and her siblings’ decisions—about what to do, and most of all, who to love—could change the course of history. Romance. Duty. Power…only one can triumph in this stunning conclusion to the New York Times bestselling American Royals series.
America’s royal family is in shambles. Queen Beatrice is in a coma and Princess Samantha has gone missing—from the look of things, she ran away with her boyfriend, Lord Marshall Davis. Which means that Prince Jefferson is currently on the throne. For some in America, it’s exactly what they wanted: a King ruling the country. And for Daphne Deighton, who has tricked Jefferson into dating her again, it’s the ultimate dream come true.
Surely this is all just temporary. Won’t Beatrice wake up and reclaim her rightful place? Samantha can’t really be gone…can she? And Prince Jefferson will never truly be over his childhood crush, Nina Gonzalez. Right?
For the Washington family, the stakes are higher than ever. Love might save the throne….if secrets don’t destroy everything first.
Title: Reign (American Royals, #4)
Author: Katharine McGee
Publication Date: August 29, 2023
Publisher: Random House Children’s
Genres: Young Adult, Romance, Contemporary
The end of an era! I can’t believe I’ve been with this family of royals for so many years now, but alas, all good things must come to an end.
Book three left so many questions up in the air so it was nice to work through all of those, plus some ongoing plot lines from the overall series. And with a multi-pov format, it was easy to work through each problem while also getting a variety of perspectives and opinions to keep things interesting.
I loved seeing how much each girl has grown since book one. They’ve all been through crazy royal antics and multiple love interests, and have come out of it all for the better.
Disclaimer: I voluntarily read and reviewed a gifted and advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Katharine McGee is the New York Times bestselling author of American Royals and The Thousandth Floor trilogy. She studied English and French literature at Princeton University and has an MBA from Stanford. She lives in her hometown of Houston, TX with her husband.