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Burndee can barely tolerate the mischievous Prince Colin, but the two of them are invariably thrown together in a way that keeps them at one another’s throats.
While attending a noblewoman’s wedding, Burndee and Colin’s feud comes to a climax when Burndee loses his temper and does the unthinkable.
Can the two of them work together long enough to unsnarl the mysterious goings on around them?
I received this book from the author for the purpose of this review. All comments and opinions are entirely my own.
Read our review of the book one: The Reluctant Godfather!
A Royal Masquerade piggybacks off of the Cinderella retelling, The Reluctant Godfather, with the same characters, however this time, we read a new take on The Goose Girl, a bit of a lesser known fairy tale. This novella can be read as a standalone though I recommend reading both.
Burndee and Prince Colin are easily one of my favorite literary duos! They are so entertaining and I love their silly adventures!
In this story, I felt like both characters really came to life and some parts of their personalities really improved from the first book. I can’t say much about the story for fear of spoilers, but I will say that it is a well done, and unique, retelling of The Goose Girl.
There are only a few mentions of kissing, however the book is completely void of crude and profane language and sexual content. It does have some very mild fight scenes.
Overall, I enjoyed A Royal Masquerade just as much, if not more, than The Reluctant Godfather and certainly recommend both! I give it 5 out of 5 stars!
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