- File Size: 1868 KB
- Print Length: 316 pages
- Publisher: Montlake Romance (July 5, 2016)
- Publication Date: July 5, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01B1OGQFQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,503 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Royal Games (The Royals of Monterra Book 3) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
Sariah Wilson has never jumped out of an airplane, never climbed Mount Everest, and is not a former CIA operative. She has, however, been madly, passionately in love with her soul mate and is a fervent believer in happily ever afters—which is why she writes romance. Royal Games is her seventh happily-ever-after novel. She grew up in Southern California, graduated from Brigham Young University (go Cougars!) with a semi-useless degree in history, and is the oldest of nine (yes, nine) children. She currently lives with the aforementioned soul mate and their four children in Utah, along with three tiger barb fish, a cat named Tiger, and a recently departed hamster that is buried in the backyard (and has nothing at all to do with tigers). Learn more about her and her work at www.sariahwilson.com.
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Rafe carries overbearing worry due to a traumatic event in his past that was explained in the previous book. Genesis despises being hovered over because she hates feeling controlled. These are both valid emotional responses that people might have to previous experiences, and watching them develop through their struggles could have been compelling and beautiful.
Unfortunately, the ending jarred me out of the story completely. Rafe did something that Genesis had repeatedly and clearly told him not to, but she forgave him quickly due to the result of his actions. I don't feel as strongly about Genesis's beliefs as Genesis does, but I bristled at Rafe's choice given Genesis's previous insistence he should *not* do what he ended up doing.
Aside from my problem with that, I also felt the side characters were forgettable compared to those in Royal Date and Royal Chase. I struggled to remember which names referred to which stereotypical small-town personalities.
Some things I liked about this book were the gaming references and the glimpses we get into Kat and Lemon's happily-ever-afters. I gave this book three stars because I did end up finishing the book, enjoyed those parts of it, and believe its Kindle price is very reasonable for what you get.
Having said that I will read more of the “Royals” series.
Sariah’s writing can get kind of repetitive. Not in a bad way though. And she has decent editing. Very few grammatical mistakes if any. She is turning into one of my favorite authors.
My only real problem with this book is that she really rushed the ending. The ending almost seemed like a train wreck that was going to happen and she couldn’t stop it. It was like she stopped writing and looked at what was written and said that’s enough I have to finish this book.
But enough negative, I do recommend that you do read this book. Enjoy, I did.