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Royally Endowed (Royally Series) Paperback – August 14, 2017
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"...fun, sexy, sweet, romantic, and totally swoony. Just PERFECTION!" - AC Book Blog on Royally Endowed
"ROYALLY ENDOWED was another amazingly beautiful book in Emma's Royally series! FUNNY, SEXY, ADORABLE & MOVING!" - Bianca, BJ's Book Blog
"Royally Endowed is ALL THE THINGS. It's perfectly paced, consuming the reader with a complex dynamic between a girl who finds herself suddenly royal and the man who keeps her safe...easily one of the best freaking books I've read this year." - Jessica, Angie & Jessica's Dreamy Reads
PRAISE FOR EMMA CHASE AND THE ROYALLY SERIES:
"Emma Chase writes an endearing, passionate story that takes you from one country to the next and has you hoping this never-meant-to-be match is the perfect match." ?Heroes and Heartbreakers
"This modern day fairy tale captured my heart. Sexy, funny, and addictive, this is Emma Chase at her best." ?Corinne Michaels, New York Times bestselling author of Say You?ll Stay
"Emma Chase is a master at writing sexy bad boys turned good..." ?Jennifer Probst, New York Times Bestselling Author
" I'm a huge fan of all things Emma Chase!" ?Marie Force, New York Times Bestselling Author
"Royally Endowed by Emma Chase is a fantastic, sexy, and swoony addition to the Royally series that everyone should read!" - Sonya Field, Hypable.com
"I love Emma Chase's writing and storytelling. She continuously puts a smile on my face and many a times I found myself laughing out loud by the characters antics. Royally Endowed is sexy and sweet and the perfect addition to this series I love so much." - Christine, Shh Moms Reading
"Emma Chase does it again! Royally Endowed is the perfect mix of emotional, sweet, sexy, and laugh out loud funny. In a word - Perfect! My dear sweet Logan St. James gives Prince Henry a run for his money in the BBF Category!! This a new TOP Fave! - Book Twins Reviews
About the Author
Emma Chase is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the hot and hilarious Tangled series and The Legal Briefs series. Emma lives in New Jersey with her husband, two children and two naughty (but really cute) dogs. She has a long-standing love/hate relationship with caffeine.
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The book has a nice slow burn to it, since it spans the course of years. And, Logan has watched Ellie grow up, but not in any creeper May-December kind of thing. Ellie is seventeen, almost eighteen, when they meet, and Logan is twenty-three. Perfect age for her to crush on him and completely a no go age for Logan.
I really liked Ellie in this book. I liked that she didn't let anyone intimidate her, including the Queen. She doesn't let anything stop her from speaking her mind and standing up for herself. Plus, Ellie is just funny. She is determined to “suck the lemon” and get everything she can out of life and I had to admire her for her outlook.
What surprised me was Logan. For someone who was so confident in his skills and where he was at in his life and career, Logan allowed a ton of doubts and comments from others to cloud his opinion of himself. I didn’t expect that at all. He was always so level headed and unflappable that I thought he and Ellie would weather anything that came up.
I didn’t see the differences between the two that Logan wanted to see there. Ellie is American and has been raised in a struggling, single parent household. She’s not spoiled or artificial. Logan was raised on the rough side of town and has essentially raised himself. To me they’re perfect for each other and made sense together. The only thing artificial about them were the social constructs placed on them by others. And, it’s gratifying to see Logan finally give in to what he’s feeling and get what he deserves from life.
Of course, you’ll also find all the characters you’ve grown to love in this installment of the series. Simon and Franny are just as funny now as they’ve been from the beginning, and Henry and Sarah are just as weird and sweet. I still think the Queen is awful, but I can live with it if we keep getting couples like these.
Logan St. James is totally swoon worthy. He is the Royal Bodyguard protecting Ellie Hammond, the sister of Prince Nicholas’s wife, Olivia. He has feelings for Ellie, but she is off limits for many, many reason and he knows nothing can happen between them.
Ellie is the bomb!! I absolutely adored her, which is very rare for me to even like the “h” in a book. She is sweet, funny and has a big heart, definitely no TSTL!!
<b><blockquote>Because she’s not just the kind of girl who’ll leap off a cliff without bothering to look-she’ll take a running start and launch herself off it. Arms spread, head back. Free and alive.~Logan <b></blockquote>
She is full of life and wants to experience everything
<b>”You know the saying, When life gives you lemons, make lemonade”-well, I want to suck the lemons dry.”~Ellie</b></blockquote>
I loved watching Ellie grow from a 17 year old, into a beautiful 22 year old, with Logan not very far away, always protecting her, even when there is so much at stake.
<b><blockquote>What I do know, what I’m sure of, is that I would die for Ellie. Kill for her, live for her. The vow echoes through me with every beat of my heart. She is the most important person in my life. She has been from the beginning, and she always will be. ~Logan</b></blockquote>
I also enjoyed catching up with Prince Nicholas and Olivia, as well as Prince Henry and Sarah. The Princes are fiercely devoted to their wives and I fell in love with them even more.
I really enjoyed the fact that we got to read Logan and Ellie's story from the very beginning...or at least from the time just before Prince Nicholas decides to take Olivia back to his homeland and palace for the summer. Nicholas entrusted Logan to lead the team that will stay behind and protect Ellie and help her with the coffeehouse while Olive is away for the summer. I loved reading about the attraction and the build-up of their romance from the beginning back five years when they started to the present. So much had happened and I'm glad to read it all in chronological order instead of flashbacks mixed in with the present. I hate when books use too much of the flashback technique to get the story across. This was perfect!
The one not-so-perfect thing that marred my enjoyment of the book was at the end where we find out that Ellie never went back and go to graduate school to pursue her psychological career. This made me a bit sad because at the beginning of the book she is knocking herself out keeping the coffeehouse running (especially now that it is so busy) and studying so she could become valedictorian. Not that there is anything wrong with being a valedictorian, but even her sister Olive said in the first book that Ellie was super smart and could help change the world.