Royal Disaster by Parker Swift #Review

Royal Disaster by Parker Swift #ReviewRoyal Disaster by Parker Swift
Published by Forever Yours on April 2nd 2017
Genres: Romance, Contemporary
Pages: 320
Format: eBook
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three-stars

"Emotional, intense and beyond sexy. Dylan Hale will light your panties on fire, not that you'll be allowed to wear them anyway." - Helena Hunting, New York Times bestselling author "He's not who you think he is . . . "
Meeting Dylan Hale has turned my life upside down. I'm dating an actual duke who's devastatingly handsome and deliciously naughty. On the surface, I'm living the high life. But this surreal world of royalty and paparazzi is getting out of control.
Someone knows way too much about Dylan and me-about the moments when we're alone, about how his hands leave a trail of fire over my skin . . . about the complete control he has over me between the sheets. And worse, it's starting to become clear that Dylan's keeping secrets from me, too . . .

The Royal Scandal series:

Book 1- Royal AffairBook 2- Royal DisasterBook 3- Royal Treatment

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Review
Royal Disaster is the second book in the Royal Scandal series. It picks up a few weeks after Royal Affair ends with Dylan and Lydia’s relationship being exposed to the public. Lydia must learn to deal with the media and what being in a relationship with Dylan truly means. That also means she has to deal with his family and the ones that think a Duke being with a commoner is not right.
Again, this trope is very played out and it was predictable. Lydia really grew throughout this book and that was interesting to see. Unfortunately, I really don’t like when authors can’t remember their own story and contradict themselves between books. That happens when in Royal Affair Lydia’s high school boyfriend is talked about yet in Royal Disaster it is said that she has never had a boyfriend. Things like this bother me to no end. If I as a reader can remember this, then as an author or editor, it should have been caught.
Overall, I didn’t hate this book but I didn’t love it either.

About Parker Swift

Parker Swift grew up in Providence, Rhode Island, and then grew up again in New York, London, and Minneapolis and currently lives in Connecticut. She has spent most of her adult life examining romantic relationships in an academic lab as a professor of social psychology. Now, she's exploring the romantic lives of her fictional characters in the pages of her books. When she's not writing, she spends her time with her bearded nautical husband and being told not to sing along to pop music in the car by her two sons.

three-stars