Sunday, May 29, 2016

Review of Royal Prick by J.L. Beck

I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

In this book we meet Royal and Noelle. Royal is a very angry young man, and after 1 to many fights his mother decides that it is time for his father to try and deal with him. Royal's father has not been in his life for most of his life. When he was little he left and though he promised to come back see Royal he never returned. There are only two ways Royal has learned to let out his anger and that is meaningless sex and fighting so when he is sent to his fathers he has no plans on changing that. This is till he meets his new step-sister who he doesn't quite know what to do with. She sees to much but he thinks the princess just can understand. What will happen if he is proven wrong?

Noelle knows there has to be more to Royal than just a bad attitude and a need to fight no matter what her mother says. Getting him to open up to her is another subject all together. All Noelle knows is that she sees something in Royal and isn't willing to let him just be something else for her mother to complain about. The thing is there are things that Royal can teach her that will make her a stronger person. She wants more out of life and it seems like Royal is giving her permission to go for them. What happens though when this new life becomes more than she thought possible?

This is an amazing book about judging people before you even meet them. Both of these characters have had a rough life and are fighting for everything they get, just in a different way. There is so much I want to tell you but hate to ruin any of the twists in this book. I would highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone.

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