Royal Rebel by Jenny Frame

 

‘Royal Rebel’ is the story of disgraced Princess Roza and ultra-controlled charity director Lennox King.  Roza has spent the last few years trying to shock her strict father by partying and becoming involved with a completely unsuitable woman.  She is sent to the UK to try and sort her out and works at Lex’s charity.  The Queen Consort, Beatrice, former head of the charity has arranged this and hopes she will benefit from helping others.  First of all, don’t you just love the idea of Britain with a lesbian Queen and her wife?  I enjoyed seeing how both Roza and Lex dealt with their past indiscretions and how it changed them.  This book is about learning to believe in yourself and letting others in.  It is about love being the only thing that really matters – and getting to the point where you accept that.  Jenny Frame has written a beautifully romantic and sexy story that had me enthralled.  I adored both main characters and of course George and Bea, who were instrumental in bringing them together.  The minor characters were all so special too – especially Major Ravn and Perri.  I can bet the Major will be a big favourite with a lot of readers!  I can highly recommend ‘Royal Rebel’.
I was given this ARC by Netgalley and Bold Strokes Books in return for an honest review.

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One thought on “Review of ‘Royal Rebel’ by Jenny Frame

  1. A lesbian queen? Sure, eh, yeah, I mean, sounds interesting. You know what, scru it. No one knows what I’m reading. Muahaha! I generally enjoy historical fiction. Milords, Miladies, I love it. Thanks for this amazing crisp review Kitty Kat!

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