Released May 2022 by Random House

Book Description:

Beatrice is queen, and for the American royal family, everything is about to change.

Relationships will be tested.
Princess Samantha is in love with Lord Marshall Davis—but the more serious they get, the more complicated things become. Is Sam destined to repeat her string of broken relationships…and this time will the broken heart be her own?

Strangers will become friends.
Beatrice is representing America at the greatest convocation of kings and queens in the world. When she meets a glamorous foreign princess, she gets drawn into the inner circle…but at what cost?

And rivals will become allies.
Nina and Daphne have spent years competing for Prince Jefferson. Now they have something in common: they both want to take down manipulative Lady Gabriella Madison. Can these enemies join forces, or will old rivalries stand in the way?

I had to get a Cheesy Gordita Crunch to try for the first time and it was good!

My review:

When I found the first book, American Royals, I loved it and all the characters and dynamics between the 4 young women and their POV. I didn’t know what to expect with Majesty, I was just happy to have another book in this world to dive into. Then when Rivals was “Read Now” on Net Galley I snatched it as fast as I could! Even if it took me a few months to read it.
And like Majesty, I didn’t know what to expect with Rivals. These women that we’ve come to love, and love to hate have many changes and transitions to explore. College, duties, relationships – this book had all kind of ships. Family, dating, friends.
There were lots of times that I was rooting for one person then when the chapter switched to a different POV, so would my cheering. 😂
400 pages later and my goodness what a doozy! I can’t say anything more without giving something away. 😅
It’s time for the League Of Kings conference which is about a month long event? I can’t remember but the book starts and ends with events tied to it. USA is hosting so Beatrice is busy, Samantha is going along too. Nina and Daphne are starting college.
I think McGee did a great job showing growth to these characters that we love as they’re finding their way as they define their wants and needs. Some go to great lengths, some are left behind. Hopefully the next book will have more answers.
Thank you to Random House and Net Galley for the e-arc copy. These are my own thoughts and opinions.

By Leslie_G

I love books and anything bookish!

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