Royally Crushed

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
May 2020
7 hours 38 minutes
A wildly funny, ridiculously romantic spinoff from best-selling author Melanie Summers . . .

Princess Arabella of Avonia is bored out of her ever-loving mind. No twenty-eight-year-old wants to live an endless loop of high teas, state dinners, and the same five conversations. They want freedom and adventure. After a wild night out in Ibiza ends in disaster, the royal handlers have shortened her leash considerably. Desperate for an out, she sneakily signs up to cohost a new nature docu-series, starring Will Banks, the man dubbed McHotty of the Wilderness.

Will has ladies all over the globe lining up to meet him until a hot, new adventurer comes on the scene, and his ratings take a nose-dive. Producers decide an emergency change in format is in order. Enter Princess Arabella. The pampered and proper royal is the perfect foil to Will's rugged outdoorsman.

It's hate at first sight, but their on-screen loathing makes for great television. Surprisingly, when the cameras stop rolling, these two finally see each other's good sides. Can these opposites find their forever in each other's arms, or will their differences be their undoing?

Contains mature themes.
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Maggie P.

the male narrator is horrid. I'm not sure what robotic monotone he's going for but he achieved it. ruins the book.

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Julie G.

This was a cute book, a good follow up to her The Crown Jewels series. It was very predictable, but sometimes you just need something like that! Kinda like a good Hallmark movie... The female narrator was amazing. The male narrator was awful. Very monotone and weird inflections. I actually preferred his voice when he was speaking as the Princess.

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Selena Grcic

Decent story and worth listening to.. The author does an excellent job of taking you to where the story is set. Glad to see the humor in there to break up some of the serious spots in the book. Thus is definitely 'Reality TV' in a book

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Jessica H.

A very pg13 story. Almost 2/3rds of the story before any action. Also the male narrator was not so good.

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Character was not relatable. Hard to feel for a character who has everything and complains about it.

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