Broken Prince (Royals Series #2)

Broken Prince (Royals Series #2)

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These Royals will ruin you...From wharf fights and school brawls to crumbling lives inside glittery mansions, one guy tries to save himself.

Reed Royal has it all - looks, status, money. The girls at his elite prep school line up to date him, the guys want to be him, but Reed never gave a damn about anyone but his family until Ella Harper walked into his life.

What started off as burning resentment and the need to make his father's new ward suffer turned into something else entirely - keep Ella close. Keep Ella safe. But when one foolish mistake drives her out of Reed's arms and brings chaos to the Royal household, Reed's entire world begins to fall apart around him.

Ella doesn't want him anymore. She says they'll only destroy each other.

She might be right.

Secrets. Betrayal. Enemies. It's like nothing Reed has ever dealt with before, and if he's going to win back his princess, he'll need to prove himself Royally worthy.

Warning: This book ends in a cliffhanger.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781536684704
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Publication date: 03/14/2017
Series: Erin Watt's Royals Series , #2
Edition description: Unabridged
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 6.70(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 14 - 17 Years

About the Author

Erin Watt is the brainchild of two bestselling authors linked together through their love of great books and an addiction to writing. They share one creative imagination. Their greatest love (after their families and pets, of course)? Coming up with fun—and sometimes crazy—ideas. Their greatest fear? Breaking up. You can contact them at their shared inbox:

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Broken Prince 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 49 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Can't wait for the next book.....what a way to end it...October can't come fast enough!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was so happy it was turning into a happy ever after ending but damn. Murder, jail and Steve oh my!!! Can't wait to get the next installment. I loved how the family all came back together and cullem is finally coming around to help.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wish it had been longer. I was done with it in two days. Now what?? I guess I'll have to wait to see what's next at the end of the year. Sighhhhh, that's so far away.
thereadingchick 11 months ago
Broken Prince is just as riveting as Paper Princess, but the tone is a little more desperate. Because Reed no longer gives a damn his high school peers start to spin out of control. Normally a nasty bunch, they are downright evil now. Easton doesn’t have it in him to be in charge as he’s one of the kids spiraling downward, his only interest getting drunk and laid. The sexual activity in this book amps up to another level adding to the dark tone of the novel. I really do like Reed as the hero. He’s doesn’t have the humor and charm of Easton being a guy who fixes things with his fists. His alpha male-ness gives his actions conviction and his single mindedness in winning Ella back struck a chord. I liked that the two of them were brutally honest with no gray areas. It fit the style of this billionaire high school novel. Even though none of it was very realistic (at least I hope not!) I found the book really hard to put down. Did I like Broken Prince as well as Paper Princess? No, but only because I liked Ella’s POV as the poor girl who gets found and is thrown into the rich life. It didn’t change who she was and I liked that honesty in her. Reed is honest too, but he’s more brutal and is better in smaller doses. Really, the Royal who steals the show is Easton, every time, but I haven’t gotten to his books yet. I like knowing his story is out there and will be reading them soon. The Royals series has a LOT of adult situations and sexually explicit scenes. The covers of these novels make you think you’re reading Disney princess books, but The Royals series is on the opposite end of that princess spectrum. Be warned! However, once you pick one of these novels up? You won’t be able to put them down until you are finished. They are action packed and like any good soap opera they leave you wanting more. Yep, another cliffhanger!
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Cheyenne_T More than 1 year ago
Guys. I LOVE this series. This series embodies all that I love about the NA Romance genre and then some. Yes, it’s classified on the back as YA Fiction but I think this is way off the mark and will be listing it as NA Romance. Sorry not sorry. Warning: this is probably going to be one long fangirl rant but I can’t help myself. So this book picks up directly where Paper Princess leaves off, which I love, and it packed just as much drama, romance, and angst as I wanted. One of the biggest differences in this book compared to the first is that Reed gets his own POV here. Romance books with alternating POVs are my favorite because I love reading through the eyes of the male protagonist, there’s something so sexy about seeing this relationship blossom through the eyes of the male character. I didn’t realize how much I wanted Reed’s POV in the first book until I read this one. I think this is what pushed this book just a little bit past it’s predecessor and makes Broken Prince better than the first. I’m well aware that this book is heavy on the drama and there are a lot of scenes (specifically those at the high school) that are completely improbable, but it makes me love it all that much more. If you can describe a book as ridiculous, crazy, or overly dramatic then you can definitely count me in. I mean, we read to entertain and escape, so what better than this sexy, angsty, overly dramatic gem of a book? The plot twists in this one is insane, and the ending of the book had me screaming the same way that Paper Princess did. There was a major cliff hanger ending, but lucky for me I had the third book on my shelf already. Which I’m super glad about because there are a lot of things that are left open at the end of this book. I absolutely love all the characters in this series. The boys are so funny, tough, and swoon worthy. Ella is witty, brave, and down to earth. Val is someone I want as my best friend. I love to hate Brooke and Dinah, like these women are those villains that you just can’t help but love when they come around and start problems. Not to mention all the smaller characters that help to make up this complex and intriguing world. There wasn’t a single moment during this book where I was bored. I was constantly flipping pages every spare moment I had and spent my entire weekend mini vacation obsessing over this book. The plot carries over so well from the first book, it doesn’t miss a beat, and it makes it so easy to get back into the swing of things. I was worried that I wouldn’t remember a lot of what happened during the previous book, but picking this up was like coming home. I seriously can’t express how much I love this book series. If you like NA Romance and haven’t picked these up yet then you are seriously missing out!
lenorewastaken More than 1 year ago
4 stars — Oh ho ho!!! I see what you did there Ms. Watt (or however I address a pen name that encompasses two people)! I actually had little suspicions about the FINAL FINAL cliffhanger twist when I was reading Paper Princess, but then I kind of forgot. This is fun!! I truly feel like I understand what all those Dynasty fans from the 80s were feeling, and how they got hooked!!! I will admit that I was initially disappointed in the explanations for Reed’s behavior. It was OK, but my imaginary reasons were better. I did enjoy being in Reed’s head. He’s still not necessarily an awesome guy, but he does have a big heart, that’s just a bit confused. And I loved that we got to see some interactions between him and Easton from his POV. Those two are going to break my heart. What a damaged family. I was also not super impressed with Ella’s re-entry into the Royal household…and her reaction to Reed. I TOTALLY got parts of her reaction, and they made perfect sense from her perspective and given her upbringing. But there were other parts where it just felt a bit over the top…but maybe that’s the point? How in the heat of the moment, when emotions are high, things seem way more end of the world than with time and perspective? I don’t know. I was conflicted on her. And the back and forth of her feelings went on a smidge too long for me. That could have been because some of it started to feel repetitive. And honestly, that was my biggest gripe with this story, and where it lacked in comparison to the first book. It felt a bit repetitive at times, and the plot would stall occasionally. I don’t mind having breathers from all the craziness, but when it feels like the characters are going over and over old ground, my attention wavers. Waivers? Nope, wavers. I would be reading a part and thinking “didn’t they have this conversation a few chapters ago?” I DID love some of the surprises (or surprises for me) that came in this one. Particularly with Callum. Apparently there’s more to him than I thought. And thank the baby jesus we finally got some Gideon explanation. No resolution, but at least we know some of the secret. Poor Gideon. I actually do feel sorry for him. I occasionally wasn’t impressed with the amount of violence in this one (and in the first one too, but I noticed it more for some reason). Like, holy beat everyone up batman. I’m not really a violence kind of girl, so that’s a bit outside my comfort zone. BUT, I LOVED watching Avenger Ella. Even as I was uncomfortable with the violence, another blood thirsty side of me was standing up and yelling “FINALLY! You teach those snotty rich kids!” I was also not always OK with the way things are “handled” in the rich world. Does it really work like that in real life? I mean, I see it in fiction ALL THE TIME, but for realz? Everything has a price? It’s just weird to see so much vigilantism (and machinations within their rich community). BUT, this is all kind of to be expected in a book like this too, it’s just my own little delicate flower self. So yeah. I can’t wait to find out what’s going to happen next. I’m even living with all the lack of communication and secrets, and I hate those! But for some reason it fits with this kind of book, you know? ONWARD!!!
SabrinaNedeleaSN More than 1 year ago
Finished in one sitting. It was just that good. The story continues with Ella running away, and Reed trying to get her back home. Everything is a mess since she left, no one talks to him, they all blame him and it is his fault. When Callum finally founds Ella and she came back, Reed will not leave her side, she needs to believe him and he didn't do anything with Brooke. There is a mess between this two, a lot of secrets in this family. It's amazing how good this book is. The author has some amazing writing skills, and the cliffhangers...they are killing me! Best series ever! I highly recommend it! Go read it, NOW!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was great and I can’t wait to read what happens in the next one!
BoundlessBookaholic More than 1 year ago
I liked this one a lot better than book 1. It was nice being able to see inside Reed’s head, to get his perspective. It endeared him to me even more. I finished this book in pretty much 2 days, because I couldn’t put it down. I’m giving it 4 out of 5 stars.   So once again there’s D-R-A-M-A, but for the most part, it felt mostly less dramatic than book 1 to me. Some people might find this one a little boring compared to book 1, but I enjoyed it. The ending was over the top what the heck is going on though. Like I can’t even with the twists and turns. It made me want book 3 right away though, so that’s good. Unfortunately my library doesn’t have this series, so I had to get them with an interlibrary loan. So I’m not sure if I should request book 3 as an interlibrary loan, or just buy the books eventually. A decision for another time.   Reed is amazing, although Easton is still my favorite Royal. I liked Callum a lot more in this book. There were some cute lines, but I didn’t keep track because I didn’t want to give any spoilers. Overall, this was a fast, enjoyable read. But I really don’t know how I feel about the last couple surprises at the end of the book, especially the last one. Guess I have to read the next book before I can make a final conclusion.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Read this series. So good.
Book_Sniffers_Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Broken Prince is like a guilty pleasure soap opera. It picks up right where Paper Princess left off except in this installment we get the added bonus of Reed’s POV. It was so jam packed with crazy drama that I devoured it within 7 hours. When I say that this is like a soap opera, I’m not just saying that lightly. Everyone’s sleeping with everyone which has a whole slew of scandal attached to it, people are hiding dark secrets, there’s life threatening attacks, murder, and even people coming back from the dead. There was always something going on that it was so hard to put the book down to break for lunch. Since this is a continuation of the first book, I don’t want to go into too much detail about what goes on because everything that happens in this book is a result of what happened in the previous book. All I can say is that the Royals facade of unity is dissolving at a rapid pace and not only is it impacting their home life, but their peers at school smell the bad blood in the water and go into a frenzy. What used to be a “Royals run hierarchy” is now a free-for-all with students bullying each other in steroid mode. I mean, they’re taping girls up against the entrance to the school, in their underwear. That’s just one example. When I say that this book was over the top and dramatic, I’m not making it up. This series is turning out to be one interesting soap opera. Who’s the baby daddy? Who killed “insert name here.” Will “so and sos” attacker be brought to justice or will they escape the clutches of the law? And that cliffhanger ending is totally a shock factor that no one saw coming. I mean, the authors might as well have ended the story with, “to be continued” in big bold letters across the page. It was just so dramatic that I was still reeling from something else when the ending came out of nowhere and knocked me out. I mean, it’s so crazy, so over the top, and so random that I just wonder if the authors wrote down possible scenarios and pulled them out of a hat as they wrote. One thing is for sure though, I’ve already got the next book sitting right here next to me and I plan to devour it just as fast as this one. It may be a bit soap opera-ish but I’ve got no shame in that. This series has got me tuning in for the next installment.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Can someone plz tell me the name of the first book i cant find it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book slows near the end but picks up suddenly.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love love love everything about these books
Lisa_Loves_Literature More than 1 year ago
Okay, so book 2, I have to do my best to not give any spoilers. I read the first 75% of this in one day, and then finished the next day basically. And, like the first book, this one had a major cliffhanger, but it was one that I totally did not see coming! If I'd been reading this during the summer time, I might not have gone to bed until I'd finished the whole thing in one day. And it was a good thing I'd already given in and purchased book 3 at the same time. As I mentioned above, the boys and Ella are able to move past the resentment, and the boys come to feel as if she is their sister, well, not Reed, as he and Ella kind of think about their attraction and giving into it. But Ella knows it isn't going to be good for her to be with him, and of course his father doesn't really want that to happen. Callum is supposed to be taking care of her for his friend, not setting her up with his sons that she is living with. But this new attitude with the boys and Ella is one that even though she still thinks that she wants to leave after school and never come back, maybe even leave now, they don't want her to. They really are glad to have her in their lives, most of them as part of their family, and they will do what they can to keep her there with them. I won't go on, don't want to do any spoilers! But again, have book 3 ready for when you finish this one, as you won't be happy if you have to wait after this cliffhanger.
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sugarpine721 More than 1 year ago
Second book was a great as the first! The surprise at the end was unexpected...on to book three!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really enjoyed the second book in this series. It got even crazier than the first. The great entertainment factor was there and I loved the main character, Ella, even more. What a strong and likable character she is. There is a message there. With her background, everyone made their critical judgements. And she was better than them all. Those rich, entitled jerks at the school should be jailed. Gosh, I couldn't stand them all. I was really on the fence with Reed from the first book. Wasn't sure how he was going to pull off my forgiveness. That boy has some really bad judgement but I did end up rooting for him and Ella. The story line gets even crazier in this sequel . If you enjoyed the first book, you will love this one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago