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Royally Matched (Royally Series) Paperback – February 21, 2017
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"Funny, Poignant, Sexy and absolutely brilliant .. Royally Matched delivers all the feels and more." - Books & Boys Book Blog
"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
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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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Henry is bored. He doesn't care about protocol or politics. He'd rather get his toenails plucked than study the laws of the country. In his boredom he agrees to film a television reality show where the prince chooses his bride. It will be great fun with a great bunch of ladies in waiting.
Beneath the surface Henry is so much more than the party prince. He really does care about Wessco. His biggest fear is taking over and making mistakes. But he has something to offer the country that her Queenship and his brother never could. He has the heart of the people. He has more compassion and understanding of the citizens in the kingdom. He can connect with them on their level.
While filming the show, he soon learns being prince charming isn't all it's cracked up to be. It's not as fun or spontaneous as he hoped. Now he's hiding and trying to escape the ladies in waiting. When he meets Sarah Mirabelle Zinnia Von Titebottum, the sister of one of the ladies in waiting, he has found a friend amongst the slew of prospecting princesses. Sarah is smart, shy, and challenges him at every turn. She doesn't care if she offends his royal blood, she sees the man beneath the crown. The saddest part of all is she is not a contestant. They have to sneak around to spend time with another. Henry can't wait for this diabolical show, one of his own making, to be over so that he can claim his queen.
The Prince is in for a few lessons of life, love, and happiness. He is going to learn to love his position in life. He is also going to find that doing things the right way means so much more than taking the easy road. The best thing of all of it is finding Sarah, his soon to be queen.
Emma Chase has once again delivered a fun romantic romp that is loaded with very real emotions. I absolutely loved this book.
Emma Chase is hilarious, I've been a huge fan of her books, but she's outdone herself with Royally Matched. I completely devoured this book in one sitting. The characters come alive, the jokes never miss, and the sex is downright sinful. This one is going in the memory books for sure!
Up until a few months ago, Henry was just the spare to the heir with few cares in the world. He embraces living life to its fullest which has given his grandmother Queen Lenora more than a few moments of frustrations, but now that Nicholas has abdicated his place in line for the throne, Henry is feeling the pressure of being the future king- and he is absolutely hating it. He has always been the lovable goof who will break the tension with a good joke or prank, and he is both chafing against and drowning under the weight of the new expectations and responsibilities placed upon him. Nicholas realizes that his brother is struggling and he returns to Wessco to try to ease the way a bit with their grandmother. He has faith in Henry's ability to rise above it all, and his comparisons between Henry and their mom would be wonderful if Henry thought they were actually true when he overhears Nicholas and the queen talking. She reluctantly takes Nicholas's advice and takes a vacation leaving Henry to find his way on his own... and oh boy, the trouble that man can find! Enter an American producer pitching a bit of fun for him to sink his teeth into: a royal version of the reality TV show Matched where he can find his future queen if the urge strikes him to do so. Game on, it's time for Henry to get his groove back!
As the contestants start showing up, Henry comes face to face with a quiet beauty who intrigued him in the past: Sarah Titebottum. She agreed to come along to try to keep her sister Penny out of trouble while she competes on the show, but Sarah is completely out of her element even though she will remain in the shadows observing it all. Sarah is a quiet soul who loves her books, particularly the classics, and I loved how she equated everything in her life to a certain character or scene from a beloved book. Once upon a time she was daring but she stills bears the scars of those choices in her psyche today. Now she panics in unknown situations as she lives in a certain amount of fear at all times, and loud noises can trigger PTSD-related blackout events.
When Henry finds her hiding out in the woods reading one of her favorite novels, he can't help but notice her beauty beneath the plain exterior even as he enjoys a little verbal sparring and fun with her. And yes, Henry has a little bit of fun with her last name as he discovers how much fun it is to make her blush with his constant innuendos! Sarah may be quiet, but it's those quiet ones you need to watch out for. Although Henry is supposed to be paying attention to the contestants, insomnia and nightmares drive him to seek quiet and solitude which surprisingly leads him to Sarah's door. She has plenty of spirit and she finds herself responding to Henry as an equal rather than as the future king of their land because he makes it easy to talk to him with his carefully calculated verbal pokes guaranteed to get a rise out of her. He just never expects her to be able to see him so easily when so many others are too busy trying to figure out what it is that he can do for them. She realizes that he has never really felt needed in the grand scheme of his family and that he uses humor to deflect and camouflage the depth of both his feelings and his vulnerabilities, and she sees his potential even if he chooses not to believe in it. He is both fiercely protective and caring, and she finds herself falling hard for the simultaneously sexy and adorable man... but she is sure it can only lead to heartache for her if she continues down that path.
The slow burn and UST between them was so well written, and I loved every minute of it! Henry definitely smolders and he is drop dead sexy, but he also instinctively knows just how far and how hard to push Sarah to expand her horizons. Her daring side is still there hidden beneath her fears and scars, and it slowly starts to emerge under Henry's careful guidance. When they finally give in to the chemistry and desire, I am surprised they don't spontaneously combust!
As the shenanigans of the show continue around him, Henry finds himself in yet another sticky situation. He can't deny that he is falling for Sarah, but he has committed to Matched and has a contract that must be honored unless he can find a way out of it. Sarah's belief in him reaches Henry in a way that no one else has been able to, and he knows that he cannot let her go. Sarah's fear of attention and her painful past are a concern for him but he is sure that they can find a way to navigate this mess to find a future together if she is willing to take a chance on truly living again. In typical Henry fashion, he mucks it all up a bit before he reaches deep, mans up and finds a way to fix it. The last few chapters were pretty unexpected but they felt like the perfect path to their HEA. Royally Matched is one of my new favorite reads of the year and I cannot recommend it enough!