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Majesty by Katherine McGee is young adult fiction and the second book in the series. America is about to have its first ever queen. As Princess Beatrice gets ready for the throne, Princess Samantha is living up to her careless, party image with a certain prince. Nina is trying to avoid Prince Jefferson and the palace as much as she can. Daphne is trying to win back Jefferson while closing a dark secret that threatens to open.
American Royals by Katharine McGee is young adult fiction. When America won the Revolutionary war, George Washington was offered the crown and he accepted. Now, two and a half centuries later, what if America had a royal family? Princess Beatrice is getting closer to becoming the first queen regnant of America. No one cares about the spare sister unless to bash; Princess Samantha doesn’t care and lives her life the way she wants, except about the one boy she can’t have. Then, there’s the other twin, Prince Jefferson.
Queen Beatrice, Princess Samantha, Daphne, and Nina are back again and have more things going on than ever. Beatrice is juggling life as a Queen, her life with her fiancé Teddy, and making friends as a royal. For the first time in a long time America is hosting the league of kings conference and how is Beatrice supposed to know how to do everything perfect in front of all these royals from around the world?! Samantha and her boyfriend Marshall are getting more serious or so she thought, but they are realizing the sacrifices each of them would have to make for this relationship to work.
The sequel to American Royals is truly magnificent. The royal family has lost so much this year. The county has lost a King, but Beatrice, Samantha, and Jefferson have lost their father. Beatrice is finding her place as the soon to be Queen. Some of the duties and opportunities the past Kings have completed are now being taken away from her because she is an unmarried Queen. She again has to choose her duty or her heart. Samantha is still sorting out her life after high school and trying to find love.
The American Royal family. Such a huge responsibility and pressure. Beatrice, the heir of the throne, has to find a man she might have to think about marrying. Samantha, the sister of Beatrice, doesn’t see herself as worthy to be part of the royal family. Samantha is trying to get attention by doing all the wrong things in the eyes of the royals. Jefferson, Samantha’s twin, is dealing with a breakup and sorting out his feelings when he falls for someone unexpected but near.
Beatrice, Samantha, and Jefferson Washington are all the children of King George and their family is the current rulers of America. America was kept as a monarchy rather than turned into a democracy, and Beatrice is to be the new queen when she succeeds her father. Their stories become wrapped up when Samantha and Beatrice want the same man, Samantha’s best friend, Nina, falls in love with her twin Jefferson, and Jefferson’s ex-girlfriend, Daphne, is still obsessed with Jefferson.
In an alternate reality where the Axis powers won World War Two, current day United States has been taken over by Japanese forces and Europe by the Nazis. Ren Cabot is living in what would be California with only his father, bitter that the government killed his mother after she committed treason. The government is controlling of its people, and is only benefiting those in power, so there are many groups trying to undermine them. Mr.
American Royals explores the idea of a monarchy in America. Beatrice, the perfect eldest daughter, is in line for the throne. Her parents are pressuring her to get married, but want her to pick from a small list of potential suitors. Samantha the next oldest. She and her twin Jeff love to party, but Sam endures the wrath of the press while her brother is adored. Nina is Samantha’s best friend and often feels overshadowed. She’s secretly in love with Jeff.
In the summer of 1962, the possibility of nuclear war is all anyone talks about. But Scott’s dad is the only one in the neighborhood who actually prepares for the worst. As the neighbors scoff, he builds a bomb shelter to hold his family and stocks it with just enough supplies to keep the four of them alive for two critical weeks. In the middle of the night in late October, when the unthinkable happens, those same neighbors force their way into the shelter before Scott’s dad can shut the door.