Prince Charming- Royals

Prince Charming (Royals Book 1) by [Hawkins, Rachel]

Prince Charming-Royals

By Rachel Charming

Meet Daisy Winters. She’s an offbeat sixteen-year-old Floridian with mermaid-red hair, a part time job at a bootleg Walmart, and a perfect older sister who’s nearly engaged to the Crown Prince of Scotland. Daisy has no desire to live in the spotlight, but relentless tabloid attention forces her join Ellie at the relative seclusion of the castle across the pond.

While the dashing young Miles has been appointed to teach Daisy the ropes of being regal, the prince’s roguish younger brother kicks up scandal wherever he goes, and tries his best to take Daisy along for the ride. The crown–and the intriguing Miles–might be trying to make Daisy into a lady . . . but Daisy may just rewrite the royal rule book to suit herself.

Blog Discussion: Is Daisy selfish? Do you think Daisy should be more sympathetic to her sisters situation, or do you think Daisy’s family is asking for too much from her?

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Rating: 9.0/10 (13 votes cast)

3 thoughts on “Prince Charming- Royals

  1. Royals was definitely something I didn’t expect. I expected to be a romance, but I definitely didn’t realize how much drama would actually be in it. This book seems like a playoff of Pride and Prejudice. Even the Daisy referenced it a bit in the story. It wasn’t exactly like Pride and Prejudice, but after reading it, it did become one of my few favorite romance stories. I actually didn’t like most of the characters in the beginning. I felt most of them were kind of selfish and there was definitely a lot going on behind the scenes that there was being shown. Daisy did act selfish for most of the book, but I do understand where it came from. She just wanted to enjoy her life, but instead, she was thrown into a “royal mess.” Also, most of her life was about her sister, and now that she was engaged with Alex, it didn’t help that much. Of course, she could have been more willing in the beginning and more sensible, but I understand where she came from. I did like watching the development of all the characters and there was definitely a bunch of unexpected twists and turns.

  2. I don’t believe the daisy was being selfish but I do think she should have been a little more sympathetic towards the whole situation with her sister. It’s not easy moving to a new country and starting a new life and it’s even harder when that life includes one-day becoming queen of an entire country she was under a lot of stress. I can also understand why daisy acted the way she did its hard being under a sibling’s shadow and that basically how she felt her plans were constantly getting changed for the benefit of others, so was daisy being selfish? no, I don’t believe she was and even if she was at some points being a little selfish she had a very good reason for it

  3. I don’t find Daisy to be selfish, because we all want our privacy and our lives kept from the reality of others sometimes, and not having people prying into our personal circumstances and situations. I believe that Daisy should be more sympathetic to her sister’s situation, as it is going to be part of Daisy’s future too, and she needs to accept that this is the way it’s going to be soon. Her parents aren’t asking too much from her, as this new life doesn’t require Daisy to do too much except learn how to be royal and dress and act much fancier. That’s one thing that annoyed me a little bit throughout reading this book that Daisy just seemed super stubborn and didn’t want to give in to the royal life. Overall though, I enjoyed reading this book because it reminded me more of books I read in my childhood about fairy tales and princesses.

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