Book Talk Review; Royally Deep

We're celebrating the release of Royally Deep by Virna DePaul!

Title: Royally Deep
Age Group: Adult
Genre: Sports Romance
Release Date: January 10, 2017
Book Description:

Take one sexy quarterback,
Mix in one adventurous princess,
Add some serious sexual tension,
And you get the royal romance of a lifetime.

Kyle Young—all-star quarterback and lady-killer—thought he knew what he wanted out of life: freedom, football and fun. Then he meets Bella. She seems like the perfect woman: gorgeous, funny, and a huge football fan. But what he doesn’t know? Bella also happens to be Princess Arabella of Salasia.

Yearning for adventure and romance before she devotes herself to her country and marries a man she doesn’t love, Arabella can’t believe her luck when she meets Kyle. Sparks fly between the football player and the princess, and they begin an affair neither of them could’ve imagined.

Soon, however, duty and self-doubt cause Kyle and Arabella to separate. Can he become the prince she needs? And can Arabella overcome her family’s disapproval? Or will their love transform back into a pumpkin at midnight, leaving them both without a happily ever after?


Love, life, sports, politics. That is the basis of Royally Deep. But that is not the entire story.

Kyle and Bella come from different worlds. But there is no barrier that can keep attraction out. Especially when that attraction turns to love.

I don't really care too much for football players, but there is just something about Kyle Young that I can't ignore. It's more than his good looks and charms. It's his heart. His understanding once he finds out the truth about Bella.

All Bella wants is to find herself. Allow herself to live as much a normal life as she can before she had to commit her life to her family and her people.

What we get is a romantic story about duty, love, and finding yourself through it all.

Royally Deep was a quick read for me. It's a good in between book. You know what I mean. The type of book that you can read between those heavy hitters. It has some emotion, but you read it because you know it won't break you.

Virna DePaul is a good writer and I cannot wait until I get on a better schedule so I can read the book before this one.

If you're looking for a new romance with enough steam and feels then you'll want to pick this one up.



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About the author:

Virna DePaul is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, and a former criminal prosecutor who writes thrilling, sexy stories about ordinary people overcoming extraordinary obstacles to find love. She has been traditionally published with Penguin, Harlequin, and Random House, and is also a bestselling Indie author.



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