The Heir Affair



After A Scandalous Secret Turns Their Fairy Tale Wedding Into A Nightmare, Rebecca Bex Porter And Her Husband Prince Nicholas Are In Self Imposed Exile The Public Is Angry The Queen Is Even Angrier And The Press Is Salivating Cutting Themselves Off From Friends And Family, And Escaping The World S Judgmental Eyes, Feels Like The Best Way To Protect Their Fragile, All Consuming RomanceBut When A Crisis Forces The New Duke And Duchess Back To London, The Band Aid They D Placed Over Their Problems Starts To Peel At The Edges Now, As Old Family Secrets And New Ones Threaten To Derail Her New Royal Life, Bex Has To Face The Emotional Wreckage She And Nick Left Behind With The Queen, With The World, And With Nick S Brother Freddie, Whose Sins May Not Be So Easily Forgotten Nor ForgivenThe Heir Affair

Jessica Morgan skewer celebrity fashion crimes on their popular blog, Go Fug Yourself, which draws millions of monthly readers and made Entertainment Weekly s Must List They have covered New York Fashion Week for Cosmopolitan and New York magazine, and have written two young adult novels, Spoiled and Messy The Royal We, their debut contemporary fiction novel, comes out April 7.

[Epub] ➢ The Heir Affair ➣ Heather Cocks – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 464 pages
  • The Heir Affair
  • Heather Cocks
  • English
  • 06 March 2019
  • 9781538715918

10 thoughts on “The Heir Affair

  1. says:

    Well, it took time for me to finish it because I had to turn back and read the first book to capture the main idea and soul of the book, meeting with characters, their struggles, dilemma ext But as far as I see, the authors are real clairvoyants because they can truly see the future They already guessed an American girl s introducing to the royal family before Meghan and Harry hit the road and move to Canada now we welcomed them to California We were introduced to Bex and Nick s story at the first book Royal We Price Nicholas is Great Britain s future king falls in love with American girl Rebecca Porter we call her Bex , we re in friendly terms comes to Oxford, seeking adventure and she finds herself in tempting relationship with her prince charming Don t worry, we don t have seven dwarfs in this story But as soon as she finds herself into this mess scandalous life, chasing by paparazzis, ugly alligator cries of ex girlfriends they look like better future queen candidates No offence Bex and problematic, sexy bad boy brother Freddie, she realizes she already ate than she chew But at the first book, she finds her HEA and marries with hot prince.Now we re reading the sequel Heir Affair and we think Bex and Nick already won the war against the challenging struggles and earned their happy family life Nope, you couldn t be wrong This book reminded me of binge watching Crown series with less politics and schemes but romance, angst, and extreme drama There is so much drama in this story make you want to scream and cry out loud resembles telenovelas that the main characters always deal with heavy problems There is too much heartbreaking, misunderstanding, resentment, crying, cursing cursing part comes from me This time lovers deal with the scandalous story about Bex and Nick s problem child brother Freddie I think I m so happy to get a closer look about his life and past story erupts at the news during live broadcast of ceremony.This book consists of so many heavy tragedies, traumatic scandals It is depressing, dark and heart wrenching If you adore angst, heartbreaking, heavy drama, this is great fit for you But I think it was a little heavy for my taste because I d like to read something promising and feel good romance kind of softer novel during this pandemic break I still enjoyed the story and after reading the first book I already connected with the characters and rooted for them so it was impossible for me to give less than 4 stars to this story I loved the first installment and too much drama, long chapters are the weakest parts of the book but the writing, characterization and intriguing progression, the unconditional love between Bex and Nick were the greatest part to give me hope and keep reading.Special thanks to NetGalley and Grand Central Publishing for sharing this lovely sequel for me in exchange my honest review.

  2. says:

    LISTEN HERE I can t even begin to tell you how much I loved the first book, much less how many times I ve reread it I don t have free time not because I m a busy person, but because I spend most of it rereading the The Royal We anyways Freddie Bex Nick I m invested in their lives, thankyouverymuch, and now I get to be even invested in them Seriously though, this book sounds and fingers crossed it is like it s going to be focused on Freddie who s one of my favourite characters In summary, I just KNOW it s going to be 5 stars, and will be placing myself in an artificial coma until 2020 Thank you.

  3. says:

    It s wild to think how much things have changed since Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan published the first book in this series Back in 2015, the idea of an American marrying into the royal family was the stuff of wishful fan fiction it s now 2020, and not only did a very cool American become part of The Firm, she and her royal husband also left The Firm with flair than even the most imaginative among us could ve dreamt up What A World The Heir Affair is just as dishy as its predecessor, and personally, I liked the storylines in this one even better The drama level was at an 11 I kept internally and sometimes externally screaming at some of the storylines , and in these dark times, I was 100% here for it Where I had my misgivings about Bex and Nick as a couple in The Royal We, I came to really love them both in this sequel, and we also got to see three dimensional sides of peoplle in their orbit.My only real issue with this book is the same problem I had with The Royal We It could stand to be 100 pages shorter But honestly, we re in the middle of a global pandemic as I write this, and I think we could all use an extra 100 pages of high key drama and escapism Not to mention, if the past six months of watching the royal family shit itself have shown us anything, it s that often the truth is even stranger than fiction.

  4. says:

    This is a sequel to The Royal We, but I was honestly hoping their next book would be about Freddie meeting his wife instead Blog The Bookish Expedition and Instagram moonspree

  5. says:

    After the tumultuous Royal Wedding That Was, Bex and Nick are in hiding Hiding from the angry public, who feel betrayed by Bex the Scoundrel, and hiding from the wrath of the Queen But you can t run from your family, and you can t run forever, and so Bex and Nick slap a band aid on their fragile romance and start their return to public life Can they make it Do they even want to While I adored The Royal We, I liked this one even better Bex is forced to adapt to her out and open relationship with Nick and handling the aftermath of the previous book s revelations, and she discovers what it means to be a royal Duchess who has royally pissed off the queen.Speaking of Eleanor, she really took the lead in this book Once again, Bex s relationship with Nick falls to the backside while paradoxically being at the forefront as she and the Queen begin what has got to be the weirdest relationship in the entire world I loved it, and I loved Eleanor, despite her beingwell, the Queen of England and absolutely one of the Worst People in the Word.And I loved how Bex handled her relationship with Eleanor that silent stand off was fucking hilarious The brass balls of reading a Playboy magazine and clicking a pen for fifteen minutes straight in the presence of the Queen of England is justwow.Anywho, in this one Bex navigates life as a Duchess, with the help of her friends her friends whose trust she needs to win back after the secrets of the first book I still love Gaz who is just precious , but Lady Bollocks takes the win in this book She s just utterly fantastic, and I love how ruthless and competent she is in keeping everything together Binders upon binders upon binders.Upon returning from self imposed exile, Bex and Nick are given Eleanor s late sister s suites to live in Georgina s life is an allegory for Princess Margaret, and she s depicted as a hoarder, partier and heavy smokerwho also has an illicit Sex Den basement hidden in her closet But there is to Georgina than Bex ever imagined, and as she and Nick go through the late princess s many possessions, they begin to realize that the Royal Family s royal secrets are darker than they ever could have imagined.So that s a super cryptic way of putting it, but I really don t want to give any spoilers away.Shit goes dooooooooown.Let s just say that this one tugged my heartstrings in multiple directions, that I still want to kill Clive, that Freddie is always and forever 1, and that I am ride or die for KingIdrisEbla.Oh, and go Cubs I received this ARC from NetGalley for an honest review.

  6. says:

    This was the best sequel I ve ever read The characters were beautifully consistent even as they grew and took on new adventures and I savored every moment of being back with Bex, Nick, Freddie and the whole gang Also, side note a certain baseball chapter absolutely brought me to the happiest of tears

  7. says:

    Well, Bex and Nick barely managed to get married in the first book, The Royal We, but the scandal that came before their wedding caused the couple to flee The couple are commoner Rebecca Porter and Prince Nicholas, now Duke and Duchess They manage to spend a couple of months in exile, a decision of their own choosing Everyone else in the royal family, however, must deal with the ugly aftermath of the events that occurred before the wedding.After a call that rather terrifies Nick, they flee back to the castle and literally everything begins to crumble around them Secrets of old might just be enough to completely unravel the family s future Meanwhile, Bex and Nick must deal with his brother Freddie, their father and their grandmother, the Queen.I loved the first book in this series, but this one hit me in a different level There were a lot of powerful family dynamics in this book The various relationships and emotions were a prominent part of The Heir Affair. Their issues were so powerful and really gave me pause Forgiveness was key in this book, as well as what true love is and the exploration of soul mates.I absolutely adored all the various characters in this book not only Bex and Nick, and of course, Freddie, but also Bex s twin sister, Lacey, Prince Dick, who really had to step up in this book, the grandmother, Queen Eleanor, who I absolutely adored, and even the Queen mother and her love of the internet The evolution of situations and emotions in this book was handled remarkably well Lastly, I loved a character we only met via recounting the past, Georgina What a well rounded book bringing all of these characters together.I am a die hard fan of continuity, and so I read the first book last month I really don t think readers would get the full impact of this book without reading The Royal We The two go hand in hand So, if you like reading about royal families, albeit fictionalized, then this book and series are for you.Many thanks to Forever and to NetGalley for this ARC for review This is my honest opinion.

  8. says:

    RTC close or on release date

  9. says:

    I really loved this there was just one plot point I couldn t get behind, and I do feel both books in this series are longer than they need to be I read The Royal We when it first came out when I was a freshman in high school, and I absolutely adored it it was a 5 star read However, I re read it in preparation for this book, and lowered my rating to 4 stars though I did go the audiobook route so that may have influenced my enjoyment I did still really love it, but I think I loved this one

  10. says:

    free review copy Fellow royal romance fans, I didn t think it was possible to top THE ROYAL WE but I loved this one maybe ten times LOVE LOVE LOVE I inhaled and adored this story but am now heartbroken it s over It s the first book I ve been actually able to lose myself in since February 2020 and an absolutely heavenly comfort in the hellfire that is America right now in May 2020.

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