Red, White and Royal Blue

A romantic, fun and smart read I could not put down.

Alex and Henry do not get along. Alex is the son of the first female president of the United states of America. Henry is the prince of Wales. After an altercation between them at a wedding spreads to the press a plan is forged at government level to trick the world that they are friends. All to protect the relationship between the USA and Britain.  

Fake relationship

But what starts as a fake relationship grows and deepen and soon Alex and Henry are in a secret romantic relationship. A romance that could derail a presidential campaign and bring change to the stuffy British royal family. 

This is a love story, but it is also a story of finding courage to be the person you are meant to be. The main characters are beautifully developed, and the story has good pace. I really enjoyed reading this and can’t recommend it enough. 

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