In an effort to improve their PR, Crown Prince Arthur invites Royal Watchdog blogger, and harshest royal family critic, Tessa to stay at the palace for two months. Tessa soon finds out many of her assumptions were wrong, and Arthur discovers some of the many things the royal family is doing to make the citizens dislike them. And, of course, love blooms in there, too.
I enjoyed The Royal Treatment very much. It was light and funny. It was predictable (if you’ve ever seen Hallmark or Lifetime movies in your life), but that predictability was nice. The only thing I didn’t like was I felt like there was way too much completely unnecessary profanity. I recommend The Royal Treatment to people looking for a little mind vacation sort of read.
4 (out of 5) Stars
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