SHIT. F*CKING. F*CKITY. F*CK
Paper Princess, I had this beauty sitting here waiting for me patiently. The plan was to read it right before the release of Broken Prince since I heard so much about Paper Princess being a cliffhanger and knowing that alone just stresses me the f*ck out.
After being bullied by a few book sisters, and when I say bully (in reality they just validated that it’s a must-read and I dived in with no further questions) that’s how much power these b*tches have over me when they vouch for a book, lol.
I inhaled it in one sitting flipping the pages as if it’s the end of the world. Now I feel like I have just been struck by lightning! You know, that feeling like someone just punched you in the back of the head and there is this kind of shock down your body and then your entire body just lock up and get thrown to the ground for good measure and you don’t even feel the burn until it’s over? Doesn’t sound like a lot of fun does it? Well that’s exactly how I felt reading that last chapter of Paper Princess to say the least.
I am a sucker for a strong female character and Ella Harper defines it without a doubt. She was independent, strong with the perfect amount of sass. From the very first chapter learning what Ella was capable of was the exact moment she captured my heart and I was completely in awe of her character and devoted my loyalty to her without remorse.
Reed Royal, from the moment he was introduced was the moment I needed to know more. From the cold-shoulder, not giving a flying f*ck ring-leader to the protective, loving, sexy as hell Royal… OMGOSH, I can’t take it!
Unfortunately, it doesn’t stop there… I fell in love with all the Royals. Guess, “these Royals will ruin you,” were not to be toyed with. These Royals officially ruined me.
I have been ROYAL-LY F*CKED.
Now that I personally know what the cliffhanger everyone was going crazy over was; would I have waited? Probably, only because now I cannot function because PP is ALL I can think about with the multi-millions (see what I did there for those that read it) questions I am silently demanding answers to. Do I regret reading it instead of waiting until end of July? Definitely not, because it was an insanely-spectacular read that just got me out of my book funk; however unfortunately, right into another. Its way beyond what I imagined. It’s not one of those things people throw around so much hype about and when you experience it for yourself, you are left wondering what the f*ck are these people raving on when it did not deliver what-so-ever. Well, let me give it to you straight. PP DID NOT live up to its hype at all. IT ROYALLY SURPASSED IT.
Have you been ROYAL-LY F*CKED? What are you waiting for?!