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Royalty, murder and scandal combine in this thrilling new series about an American girl who becomes the British Monarchy’s greatest nightmare.
As the King of England’s illegitimate daughter, 17-year-old Evan Bright knows a thing or two about keeping secrets.
But when she’s forced to spend the summer in London with her father and the royal family, who aren’t exactly thrilled she exists, her identity is mysteriously revealed, and suddenly the world is dying to know every juicy lie the press prints about her.
After a fun night turns deadly and Evan becomes the primary suspect in a murder investigation, the escalating rumors and fallout threaten to tear her life apart. As she fights to uncover the truth about what happened, she discovers royal secrets that are even more scandalous than she imagined – secrets that could change the monarchy forever.
And her own may be next.
About the Author
Aimée Carter is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the award-winning author of more than a dozen books, including the Goddess Test series, the Blackcoat Rebellion series, and the Simon Thorn series for middle-grade readers, now a #1 internationally bestselling series under the title Animox and Die Erben der Animox.
Praise for Royal Blood:
"Two-thirds royal drama, one-third mystery, Evan’s story is wholly captivating, delivering twist upon twist, like a much darker Princess Diaries.” —The New York Times
"Palace intrigue with a murder mystery in this explosive story about a fictional royal family." —Paste
"A dark, modern fairy tale."—Kirkus
"Modern romance at its very best—with opulence and a dash of mystery.—SLJ
"Evan’s portrayal as a snarky fish-out- of-water among glamorous European royalty lends a comedic through line to Carter’s jam-packed novel."—PW
“Sensitive and fun, with just enough mystery to keep readers on the hook for book two.”—Booklist