Review: Royal Attraction by Tiffany Truitt

Summary/Cover Image from Publisher's Website
Alexandra Ryans’s life has been anything but normal. Some might even call it a fairy tale. As the daughter of the former U.S. ambassador to England, she grew up within the palace walls, best friends with the three young princes. Adored by the press and the British people. What more could a girl want?

If only the press knew the real story behind her relationships with the Dudley boys. Then, they’d really sell some papers.

Oliver Dudley, youngest son and third in line for the throne, loves everything about his life. The fame. The parties. The women. The utter lack of expectations and responsibilities that come with being last in the line of succession. But while the world thinks he has everything he wants, there's one thing he was never able to call his own—the beautiful and spunky American Aly Ryans. But how can he convince her when she hates everything about his life? And what is he willing to give up to get her?


After speed reading through Seven Ways to Loose Your Heart back in August, Tiffany Truitt landed on my go-to authors lists. So when I found out about Royal Attraction, her latest romance book, I was BEYOND excited - I was bordering on jumping-up-and-down in complete and utter anticipation. 

What I Thought Prior to Reading Royal Attraction: I can't possible love another one of Tiffany's book as much as I loved Seven Ways to Loose Your Heart

The Reality: Yes, I totally could, and that book's name is Royal Attraction. 

Royal Attraction is romantic, witty, and emotional. It's the kind of book you tell yourself, "Okay, just one more page..." but that page quickly turns into 20 and then 50 and then all of sudden you're done and you're thinking to yourself BUT THAT'S IT?! I WANT MORE! 

Just like with Seven Ways to Loose Your Heart, Royal Attraction contains characters you can't help but utterly love. What I loved most about Allie is how relatable she is. Bluntly speaking, Allie is a complete and utter mess. She's failed out of college. She was involved in a infamous affair with a professor she didn't know was married. Worst of all? She's still running from family drama that happened years ago...family drama that she's going to have to face any day now. 

Rather than be turned off by how much of a mess Aly as, I found her to be 100% endearing. She's the perfect representation of any twenty-something - lost and struggling but trying her darn hardest to get her life to where she wants it to be. Better yet, she had an addicting personality. She was funny, honest, and even slightly snarky. I especially admired her willingness to call out Europe's most elite family out on their BS, because not only was it fierce of her but it was also downright hilarious at times. 

With Aly came the the three royal brothers, and while I liked all of them for their own reasons, Oliver Dudley was hands-down my favorite. He was equal parts charming and devilishly arrogant - one minute putting a smile on my face and the next having me internally screaming come on Ollie just be honest and get the girl.What I loved the most about Ollie, however, was his love and loyalty to Aly.  He always saw the good in her when no one - not even her herself- could see it. He pushed her to be the best she could be, and challenged her to face her inner demons. Basically, he was a kick a$$ confidant AND love interest. 

Talking about love interests, the romance in this was HOT. It's the stereotypical second chance romance, but I loved it all the same, because with Aly and Oliver it took on a whole never level of awesome. I enjoyed the little twists Tiffany threw our way regarding their romance, especially in regards to what originally ended it and the unseen sources that still to this day stood in their way. Some of it I saw coming, but other parts managed to surprise me a little. 

In all, I can't suggest this one highly to romance readers! I especially suggest this one to fans of Meg Cabot, as Royal Attraction has the wit, charm, and heart of one of Meg's beloved books.

Grade: A 

Source: eARC provided by publisher 

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  1. I love books about royalty, and even though I don't read a lot of romance, this sounds like it would be fun! The main character sounds really relatable! Great review!

  2. I think this would be a lot of fun to read. Aly sounds wonderful and the brothers do too. And hot romance is always a bonus. ;) Great review.


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