Reading: Majesty by Katharine McGee

An enticing idea with very poor execution. It's either a telenovela or a few shitty fan-fiction romance novels mixed together.

Reading History

First Read: December 22, 2021 - December 26, 2021
Reading Counter: 1
Rating: 2 - Meh.

Summary & Thoughts

Warning: Spoilers ahead!

More royal drama. Everyone moves partners a few times. Bea falls for Teddy, so everything is great here because they are engaged and all. Sam fakes a relationship with Marshall, a black nobleman from California. They each do it to make other people jealous but fall for each other. Just when they find each other, Marshall sees her and Teddy say goodbye, and he storms off, but she chases him and all is well in the end. Connor shows up to the wedding because Sam sent the invitation, but when Bea tells Sam that she loves Teddy, Sam somehow knows what to do and pulls some alarm, so Bea and Connor can talk. They say goodbye, but Connor is definitely still in love with her. Daphne chases Jeff and uses Ethan to keep Nina away from him. Nina and Ethan fall for each other. Daphne realizes she loves Ethan just when Jeff is ready to try again. Daphne tries to destroy Ethan and Nina’s relationship. I forget how it ended. But who cares, really. Drama.

The only person I actually cared about (Connor) is nothing more than a plot twist now. Well, I like Sam, but she doesn’t get a lot of screen time. I hate Daphne, and I don’t care how much I’m supposed to understand her; she’s a bitch. It’s like fan fiction or a telenovela or three bad novels intertwined. Four now, I think. I don’t know.

Kate Hildenbrand

Kate Hildenbrand

Kate Hildenbrand is the writer behind the essays here, author of fiction novels, the creator of the Kate Hildenbrand podcast, and a student of marine ecology. At least, that's her on the surface.
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