Published by Grand Central Publishing on April 7th 2015
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You have a secret (or not-so secret) interest in the royal family
I don’t think anyone has tried to deny that the The Royal We‘s central romance is based on that of Prince William and Kate Middleton, so if you can’t help but listen whenever you hear bits about the couple—or their siblings—this is for you.
You can’t get enough of Go Fug Yourself
Authors Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan are the brains behind Go Fug Yourself, a fashion and gossip blog I’ve been reading so long it’s hard to imagine life before its existence. Their commentary on the site is absolutely hilarious and the snarky love language they use to talk about the Royal Family totally crosses over into The Royal We.
Your reading needs a dose of fun
I read some awesome books, but most of them are total bummers. Personally, I love that, but I know I should have at least one or two sunny recommendations in my back pocket. The Royal We fills that spot without feeling completely mindless.
You want to get lost in a book
I don’t know if there’s anything better than a book you can’t bear parting with, and I found myself wanting to skip out on almost everything to stay huddled up with The Royal We. It’s quite long, but I felt like I could have read 200 pages more by the time I got to the end.
You think it’s “Not your thing”
I’ll be the first to admit that a book with kissing cartoons on the cover makes me want to run for the hills, so I get it. The premise is so far outside my normal reading, I can’t see it from where I’m standing here in my comfort zone. But Jessica Morgan and Heather Cocks come from a place of satire, so they know how ridiculous it sounds and write with just enough edge to stop The Royal We from becoming a piece of fluff they’d want to poke fun at.