A Right Royal Affair
By Helen Juliet
Narrated by Kieran Flitton


Theo Glass used to believe that love was just a fairy tale. Orphaned and disowned by his homophobic stepfamily, he and his grandma make ends meet as best they can. But when his grandma’s tireless charity work is honored, Theo makes sure he spends his last pennies to get her to the palace, hosted by none other than the gorgeous Prince James himself.

James is sixth in line to the throne of the United Kingdom and a disappointment to just about everyone. He never felt at home at school, on the rugby pitch, or even in the army. Being royalty means he’s been forced to keep a lid on his bisexuality. But when he meets Theo at the honors ceremony, he knows he’s in serious trouble.

Needing to find purpose, James convinces Theo to use his charity event savvy to throw a fundraiser ball in a secluded castle. All James has to do is behave himself around the sassy twink. But soon, the chemistry between them is too strong to resist.

Their lives are too different, and there’s no chance James can come out as the first prince of the United Kingdom with a boyfriend. But James knows if he doesn’t show Theo how much he means to him, he’ll lose him forever.

Can love conquer all? Or is that something just for fairy tales?

A Right Royal Affair is a steamy, stand-alone MM romance novel featuring a pack of unruly royal terriers, a romantic ball, feisty swans, a wicked stepfather, and a guaranteed HEA with absolutely no cliff-hanger.

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🌟🌟🌟🌟 4.5 stars
🔥🔥🔥🔥 Heat Level: 4
🎧🎧🎧🎧🎧 Narration: 5

Such a sweet fairy-tale for the new age ❤

A beautifully weaved story with ALL the perfect elements that make up a Cinderella story. All so cleverly done! I loved Theo & James!

Helen worked her magic with this story. It’s a modern fairy-tale that addresses REAL world issues while carrying you away to the pure love and innocence of a “rags to riches” fairy-tale. I loved all the unique details Helen included; from Theo’s love of converse to his last name Glass, the evil stepfather (& step brothers), to the unexpected (and totally hated) Royal secretary.

This story was surprisingly real, wonderfully witty and delightfully magical with great characters and cheeky pets. This story is a must-read for the fairy-tale dreamer and romantic at heart! Just lovely!

Kieran Flitton was a new narrator to me but I loved him! Exceptional performance!

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