Series: The Royals #3
Published by EverAfter Romance on 10/16/2016
Twisted Palace was an awesome conclusion to the Royals trilogy. Readers are in for an absolute treat. I eagerly await the next book from Erin Watt. —New York Times Bestselling Author Samantha Towle
"Erin Watt's words are addictive brilliance. If you haven't let these Royals ruin you yet, what are you waiting for?"—USA Today Bestselling Author Meghan March
These Royals will ruin you…
From mortal enemies to unexpected allies, two teenagers try to protect everything that matters most.
Ella Harper has met every challenge that life has thrown her way. She’s tough, resilient, and willing to do whatever it takes to defend the people she loves, but the challenge of a long-lost father and a boyfriend whose life is on the line might be too much for even Ella to overcome.
Reed Royal has a quick temper and even faster fists. But his tendency to meet every obstacle with violence has finally caught up with him. If he wants to save himself and the girl he loves, he’ll need to rise above his tortured past and tarnished reputation.
No one believes Ella can survive the Royals. Everyone is sure Reed will destroy them all.
They may be right.
With everything and everyone conspiring to keep them apart, Ella and Reed must find a way to beat the law, save their families, and unravel all the secrets in their Twisted Palace.
Twisted Palace was a drama-filled conclusion to a pretty awesome series. These books were all about suspense, intrigue, plot twists, and drama, drama, drama. But it’s the guilty pleasure kind that you just can’t get enough of.
As I’ve mentioned in a past review of a book in the series, the only thing that is sort of hard to reconcile is that these characters are in high school. Granted, they’re just disgustingly rich, but it’s high school. And these problems that they’re dealing with are not at all normal high school problems. These aren’t even normal people problems. And I can’t tell you if they’re rich people problems because unfortunately that’s not a cross that I bear. But they are over-the-top and interesting and it’s like a train wreck, except that I never even wanted to look away.
The authors did a fantastic job writing these books in such a way that they made you constantly hungry for more. For some reason I was still able to enjoy them despite the believability factor, which is normally an issue for me. And even though these are technically about young adults in high school, these are not for young adults to read. But I do recommend them for adults! Give them a read.