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Royal Holiday - Review

If you're looking for the perfect Christmas-themed book, this is the book for you! This book the Christmas and Royal romance read that you have been waiting for.

Christmas has always been predictable in the Forrest household. Until this year when Vivian is swept away from her day-to-day life as a social worker by her daughter Maddie. Maddie is a stylist and can't pass up the opportunity to style the Duchess for the holidays. With short notice, both Maddie and Vivian are off to celebrate the holidays in England.

Just when Vivian assumes she will have a quiet and relaxing trip while Maddie is working, she meets Malcolm Hudson.

These characters were relatable and genuine, most romances are hard to read because the plot is so predictable and the characters are just stereotypes. Jasmine Guillory, manages to break the stereotypes and make her characters feel like people that you actually know. Every book I've read in this series feels like a friend telling me their story. The book is so easy to fall into and escape the rest of the world.

I finished this book in two days it was so good.

Seriously, put it on your Christmas list already. Or pre-order it because it comes out October 1.

I received this ARC copy of Royal Holiday from Berkley Publishing Group. This is my honest and voluntary review. Royal Holiday is set for publication Oct. 1, 2019


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