Review: Royally Raised by Emma Chase

Royally Raised (Royally, #2.5)

Royally Raised
(Royally #2.5)
Author: Emma Chase
Publisher: Emma Chase
Published: June 2, 2017
Genre: Romance, New Adult, Adult, Contemporary

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“He’s a joy to us. They all are. When they’re not busy giving us migraines.” ~King Henry

No one ever said raising children was easy…but raising a future monarch? That’s another story all-together. Get a glimpse into the happily ever after of Wessco’s irresistible royals in Royally Raised – a sweet, sexy, heartwarming short story set twenty years after Royally Matched.

“Watching you become who you are has been the greatest privilege of my whole life.”

Oh, wow. Even after how many years, Prince Henry and Sarah still couldn’t get any cuter!

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This short story takes place in the future. Our royally loved couple from Royally Matched are now having kids of their own and living their happily ever after.

I simply loved how Henry and Sarah stayed true to their love and commitment to each other and to their country. In this novel we get to have a glimpse of them as parents and not just as husband and wife. The way they raised their kids was simply awe-inspiring. And their children (especially Gilbert)– they are completely adorable.

I especially found myself smiling at their balcony scene where they shared such a sweet and meaningful conversation and particularly reminisced their past. Ah, the nostalgic feels! This was such a feel-good short story and I wished there was more because these are Henry and Sarah we are talking about and you can’t get enough of these characters.

 

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