Books With Royal Plots

Whether you grew up on Meg Cabot’s The Princess Diaries films or novels, or if you discovered the sweeping romances of Diana Bridgerton and haven’t been able to get enough of royal love stories ever since, you’re in luck. Something special happens in a love story that can change the course of a whole country (or planet?). The risks involved in a prohibited relationship rise when both families are actively trying to influence the choice of spouse. Stories benefit from having protagonists who care deeply about something, even if they are hostile to or indifferent about the protagonist’s own country (or planet). True love between a prince and a princess is the best. Royal couples make for great reading even if you aren’t a history buff. This list of royal romances spans several genres, including fantasy, science fiction, and even dark fiction. Here you may get the ideal cup of tea for your needs. If you need to satiate your craving for royal gossip, check out LordPing.co.uk.

The Ash Princess by Laura Sebastian

Theodosia’s mother, the Fire Queen, was killed in front of her eyes by invaders when she was six years old. That day, the Kaiser appropriated Theodosia’s name, property, and family. Theo received the humiliating moniker of “Ash Princess,” which she must now uphold in her new life behind bars. Theo has been held prisoner in her own palace for ten years. The Kaiser and his court have been nothing but cruel to her. She has little control over her new life and must repress the girl she once was if she wants to survive. Then, the Kaiser comes to her one night and makes her do the unspeakable. She knows that just living is no longer an option; she has blood on her hands and little chance of regaining her reign. Yet she isn’t defenseless; her wits are more deadly than any blade. In addition, military victory is not a prerequisite for achieving political success. The Ash Princess has suffered the looting and enslavement of her people for 10 long years. That process finishes now.

American Royals by Katharine McGee

There are two princesses that want to be queen. There are two princess-seeking young women. The history of the American monarchy is told here. The American people presented General George Washington with a crown after the Revolutionary War. The Washington family has maintained their hold on power for almost 250 years. The Washingtons, like many other royal families, have both an heir and a spare. An aspiring king and an emergency power source. Every single kid is completely aware of what they should be doing. Nevertheless, they aren’t any old royals. Both of them are native-born Americans. Beatrice, soon to be America’s first queen regnant, finds the responsibility she has welcomed her whole life to be too much. Princess Samantha doesn’t care about much except the one boy who is off-limits to her because no one pays attention to the spare until when she’s breaking the rules. Then there’s Prince Jefferson, Samantha’s identical twin brother. According to the old rules of succession, he would have been first in line to the throne, but the new rules put him in third place. The majority of Americans admire their stunningly attractive prince, but he is torn between two very different women. This obligation. The suspense. Just simply, the crown.

The Ivory Key by Akshaya Ramen

Magic is the only thing standing between war and peace in this epic young adult fantasy novel. As their nation’s magic runs out, four royal siblings who have grown apart must work together to locate a fresh supply before their realm is overrun by invaders. For those who like There Will Come a Darkness, The Golden Wolves, and We Chase the Flame, here is the first book of a duology with an Indian theme. Vira, Ronak, Kaleb, and Riya are all related, although they have never been very close or even loved each other. The only thing that can bring these people together again after their lives have taken such divergent turns is the quest for the legendary Ivory Key. As long as Ashoka’s neighbors don’t find out that the magic mines are nearly empty, the kingdom’s reliance on magic is all that stands between peace and war. The siblings have a lot to gain and much more to lose if they don’t discover the Ivory Key. Vira believes that the Ivory Key is her last chance to carry on her mother’s (the former maharani’s) illustrious lineage. Ronak hopes to escape his political arranged marriage by selling the Ivory Key. Kaleb’s name has been smeared with the false accusation that he murdered the former maharani, and this is his only chance to cleanse it. Now Riya must demonstrate her dedication to the Ravens, the rebel organization that seeks to oust the maharani and restore power to the people. The most challenging part of any activity is likely to be finding a method to cooperate when everyone involved has secrets and competing goals. Cooperation is essential for success in a mission of this magnitude.

Bloodleaf by Crystal Smith

Even though Aurelia is a princess, she is referred to be a witch. She is haunted by ghosts and saddled with prohibited power, and she always worries that the witch-hunting Tribunal and its frenzied mobs will find her and execute her. In order to save her own life, Aurelia is forced to depart her homeland after an unsuccessful assassination attempt reveals her magical skills. Aurelia, stranded in a foreign realm and determined to bring down the evil Tribunal that has terrorized her people for centuries, plots her vengeance. But there is something seriously wrong in her new house as well, and she is soon drawn into a terrible new mystery involving a mysterious prince, the ghost of a long-dead queen, and a poison vine known as Bloodleaf. Aurelia may lose more than just her crown if she is unable to escape the Tribunal’s centuries-long game of love, power, and war.


These Hollow Vows by Lexi Ryan

Even if she has to starve to death, Brie will not have anything to do with the Fae since she despises them so much. But when her sister is sold to the Unseelie court’s vicious monarch to settle a debt, she will do whatever it takes to win her back—even if that means striking a bargain with the king to steal three magical treasures from the Seelie court. Getting unrestricted access to the Seelie court is a lot trickier than it seems. As a last resort, Brie agrees to play the role of a prospective wife for Prince Ronan, and she quickly develops romantic feelings for him. She refuses to let her feelings get in the way, so she agrees to work with a group of misfit Unseelie who have their own hidden goal. Brie is tempted by Finn, the group’s mystery leader, the more time she spends with him. Brie is in a precarious position, having to choose between two hostile courts. And emotionally as well.

The Selection by Kiera Cass

This book is great for fans of Divergent, Delirium, and The Wrath and the Dawn because it has the thrilling fairy-tale romance, swoon-worthy characters, sparkling dresses, and ferocious intrigue that readers of those books adored. The Selection is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for 35 young women. The chance to leave behind a restrictive caste system, to reside in a palace, and to vie for the affections of the dashing Prince Maxon. But, getting Chosen is a nightmare for America Singer. To do so would require her to compete for a throne she doesn’t desire and turn her back on her hidden love with Aspen, who is a caste below her. Then America meets Prince Maxon, and she learns that the future she never envisioned may be better than the one she’s always imagined.


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