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Her Royal Highness Royals #2 Millie uint is devastated when she discovers that her sort of best friendsort of girlfriend has been kissing someone else And because Millie cannot stand the thought of confronting her ex every day she decides to apply for scholarships to boarding schools the farther from Houston the betterMillie can't believe her luck when she's accepted into one of the world's most exclusive schools located in the rolling highlands of Scotland Everything about Scotland is different the country is misty and green; the school is gorgeous and the students think Americans are cuteThe only problem Mille's roommate Flora is a total princessShe's also an actual princess Of ScotlandAt first the girls can barely stand each other Flora is both high class and high key but before Millie knows it she has another sort of best friendsort of girlfriend Even though Princess Flora could be a new chapter in her love life Millie knows the chances of happily ever afters are slim after all real life isn't a fairy tale or is it

  • Hardcover
  • 274 pages
  • Her Royal Highness Royals #2
  • Rachel Hawkins
  • 13 December 2016
  • 9781524738266

10 thoughts on “Her Royal Highness Royals #2

  1. ✨ jamieson ✨ ✨ jamieson ✨ says:

    you hetero bitches have been getting I'm falling in love with a man whoops turns out he's a prince stories for YEARS and finally finally us sapphics got ours “No what surprises me is the sudden jolting and undeniable realization that even I didn’t want to I’ve fallen for an actual princess” THIS WAS SO FREAKIN CUTE I was pretty much just expecting an easy fluffy sweet read about girls in love and THAT IS WHAT I GOT I loved the boarding school setting and the set up of the relationship between Flora and Millie Essentially they're assigned the same dorm room but instantly don't get along very well I can definitely see the criticisms for this book the writing is probably not my favourite and the end of the book happens in a rush I didn't mind where it went but they definitely jumped from getting together to desperately in love way to uick That said I don't really care because I had such a fun time reading this I essentially only came here for the enemies to friends to lovers and there is A LOT of build up and tension in this book so it was great I also really loved the side characters But most of all I loved Flora and Millie together Their banter was sweet and they complimented eachother well For a uick and fluffy read I'd recommend and if you liked Red White Royal Blue you should read it

  2. chai ♡ chai ♡ says:

    I really thought I didn’t like contemporary romance but turns out I was just bored of reading about straight people pulling the same shit over and over again and I’m definitely here for the concept of “falling in love with your royal classmate in boarding school BUT MAKE IT GAY”

  3. Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) says:

    This was SO CUTE and I am SO GAY

  4. may ➹ may ➹ says:

    It’s all fun and gaymes until you realize you could have have rewritten approximately a third of the book and it would have ended up 5x better despite not even being a half decent writerThe issue with this book is that the pacing is completely off I honestly would have rated it higher if the pacing hadn’t been so weird and janky because it’s a fluffy book that you could simply have a lot of fun reading But my slight enjoyment of the book couldn’t compete with how there’s pretty much zero development of the relationship after the characters get together or how the ending was abrupt unsatisfying and felt unfinished or how the book jumps from one thing to another with seemingly no buildup or growthI think this was meant to be a very light and fluffy book purely for enjoyment which is fine and it mostly was Millie and Flora were definitely cute together and it was a decently entertaining read I was never really bored with the book only frustrated that it was inadeuately written and I liked the characters’ banter Though it was annoying that some side characters were so relevant at certain times and then didn’t even seem to exist at others The writing was also really easy to read which I especially appreciated since I was slumping and there were some scenes I thought were super cute Overall however I felt a very large disconnect from the story and characters and didn’t really care when something major happened most likely because of the insufficient buildup to said events And when I’m not invested in the characters that throws everything off and diminishes my enjoyment of the book by a lot Truly this book could have been written so much better and it had so much potential beyond what it was actually able to achieve If you’re looking for a uick fun ff book to read this might be the one for you But it’s likely that your enjoyment will be hindered by its lack of development and poor writing overall rep bi MC lesbian LI ueer side characters content warnings loss of parent cheating not main couple buddy read with my Asian faves Thank you to Penguin for providing me a copy of this book This did not affect my opinion in any way

  5. Riley Riley says:

    this was so cute i am dead

  6. Silvia Silvia says:

    🌈 Full review now posted 45 royally sapphic stars I devoured this book on audio in basically a day and oh my god friends There is a very specific emotion that us sapphic girls feel when presented with good sapphic content in fiction and depending on our tastes in terms of tropes and genres different sapphic books will hit us differently The feeling I got from this book was one of pure joy from getting a royal romance usually reserved for a girl falling in love with a prince starring two girlsI loved Millie the protagonist right away She's smart and she wants to be a geologist She wants to go to a school in Scotland and part of the reason why she loves Scotland is because of its cool geology Not to be so me but give me any girl protagonist who's a scientist or wants to be one and I'll immediately be ten times invested in her story Also her interest wasn't just mentioned once in passing it's actually pretty much present throughout the book and she has her own collection of minerals and rocks I do too okay technically my mom does but that's not the point and UGH I love her so much okay I have no actual idea how accurate some of the things she said were Since I was on audiobook I didn't feel like pausing every time and google or ask my mom if the geology stuff was correct BUT whatever I appreciate the sentiment in any case and if you're a geologist don't me I'm just here for a fun gay time Okay now I made it sound like this is way about geology than it actually is but no it's just I feel very strongly about geology so pardon meAfter a brief introduction to Millie's family and friends back home she gets to Scotland and we get that Hogwarts y feeling of arriving to a place you know very little about despite all the research Millie has done and having to navigate through a new school and new people most of which are filthy rich or straight up aristocrats Among which is HRH Flora and surprise surprise Millie's roommateTheir relationship can only be described as hate to love as it often is when the couple starts off as roommates Only after weeks of forced vicinity Millie's perception of Flora starts to change and I think although we don't get Flora's POV the same could be said for her I don't want to wander too much into headcanons but I believe that Flora started to view Millie under a new light after Millie's coming out and I found that such a realistic experience for sapphic peopleSpeaking of coming outs they were two in two separate moments Millie's which we know about since the very first page but she comes out to her new friends in the school she's bi and Flora's who is gay and they both warmed my heart so much because of how they were handled There's also a wait you're straight??? moment for one of the side characters that had me laughing for hours okay not literally but I have to laugh whenever I remember it No don't worry there was no ueerbaitWhile I wouldn't call this book super diverse as a whole it does deliver on casual ueerness and on people never making a big deal out of it I really appreciated both aspects and how much a non issue it all was I really felt like it was a book written for ueer people instead of just about them you know? ♥Back to the romance I loved Millie and Flora's relationship You can't help but hate Flora in the beginning but by the end you're almost as in love with her as Millie is okay not sure that's possible actually They got such cute and cliché romantic moments and they were TO DIE for Twentybiteen is giving us such sapphic goodnessAnyway it's been a while since a full on gush review and I usually don't really review audiobooks because those are the books I read purely for fun without reviewing in mind but I couldn't not talk about this I went into it only for a good sapphic time and it never ever disappointed me I do want to say that if you're expecting this to be completely realistic you should maybe change your mindset a little before you start reading Yes we all know there is no ueen of Scotland and therefore no princess of Scotland Maybe the blurb should make it clear that it's a fictionalalternate Scotland but that's hardly the first book series that does something like this Of course that's easy for me to say because I've never been and I have no ties to Scotland but I understand not liking the idea of changing things for the sake of the book You do you and while it never bothered me I wanted to mention this aspectAnother brief note for those who want to read this but haven't read the first book in the series yet go for it I haven't read book one either and as you can see I loved this book It follows different characters and we do get to see the protagonists from the first installment one of which is Flora's older brother but the book pretty much explains everything and we're not left wondering who these people are And if you've read book one and want to see them again well read this bookIn conclusion I don't think this book is perfect and if it hadn't been ff maybe I wouldn't have liked it so much but as you can see I loved it so much and I had such a good time reading it I 100% recommend it to everyoneTWs mentions of loss of a parent in the past mention of casual homophobia it's just a phase several instances of than friendsnot challenged sort of cheating not the main couple

  7. Joel Rochester Joel Rochester says:

    edit I wanted to add that if you just want an easy to read sapphic romance with a HEA then this book fits that bill perfectlyBetween the lack of character development plot development world building pacing research into scottish wider british culture and a lackluster romance I just couldn't help but feel disappointed by this Flora and Saks were literally the only two interesting and slightly developed characters Millie just spent the entire novel either gushing over Scotland bordering fetishization she literally calls it Scottish Fever calling Flora beautiful or talking about how different she is from Flora for coming from a poorer background There was just no wider plot either it just didn't make sense? Plus the irregular pacing didn't help the novel whatsoever it really hindered the novel ie Chapters 1 3 really could've been just Chapter 1 I didn't see the need for a 274 page book to have 39 chapters I also feel like the ending was a tad rushed and completely ended unsatisfyingly and too soon I feel like this book needed the following1 restructuring of chapters to make them longer2 at least 100 pages to flesh out the characters and add necessary world building3 a secondary personal conflict I thought we were going to get this with flora's relationship with the tabloids but I was disappointedI loved the idea of this story but I feel like it was poorly executed Millie and Flora's scene in the laundry room was cute though but I wanted

  8. Cristina Monica Cristina Monica says:

    Another royal romanceThis is the companion novel to Royals or Prince Charming but it can safely be read as a standalone Daisy her sister and boyfriend make only a short appearance and you will not feel lost at any point But you can certainly get lost in the interesting and unusual romance between Peasant Millie and Princess Flora I’ll allow it This story combines some of my top favourite things in books boarding schools princesses and enemies to lovers relationships Millie and Flora do not get off on the right foot and it takes them time to connect neither of them knowing how to behave around the other Besides Flora wants to go home and Millie was ecstatic to be getting a scholarship so she’s not going anywhere It seems like they couldn’t be differentBut opposites attract And I don’t think it’s possible not to have something in common with another person any person Sure you may not be soul mates but there must be one thing you can agree on or share together Millie finds that in Flora and Flora while cold and distant in the beginning starts to remove some of the brick walls surrounding her heart as she gets to know her roommate Did I not mention they’re rooming together? Oh yeah baby Have fun reading this I sure did Blog | Youtube | Twitter | Instagram | Google | Bloglovin’

  9. Whitney Atkinson Whitney Atkinson says:

    45 starswouldnt it be cool if i went to a boarding school and had a princess fall in love with me hahaha just kidding unless??I knew within 50 pages this book was going to get a high rating Like I said about Prince Charming the first book this series is so feel good and upbeat and addicting to read Millie and Flora's camaraderie and hate to love romance was chefs kiss FROM THE GODS and their development though contained in a short novel was still spectacularly drawn out My only grievance about this book is that the characters' personalities seem kinda similar both to each other and to the characters in the previous book Hawkins has a really easy time writing wit and sarcasm but she gives several characters that same tone in their dialogue so it felt a bit repetitive and overdone at times Maybe this issue was rooted in the characters not having enough fleshing out of their inner workings but the dialogue often felt like the characters were trying to one up one another with their sarcastic remarks and I almost craved some tension to cut the constant jokes that began to grow corny Still I highly recommend this series if you want books about royals that will fly by and make you laugh out loud and clutch the book to your chest out of feels I would love for Hawkins to continue writing in this universe even though you could certainly read either book as a standalone

  10. Natasha Natasha says:

    i'm sad to dnf this but i really really don't like the writing rip

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