The royal wedding was only the beginning of my happy ending . . .
I'm now a full-fledged member of the royal family. That means all my problems are over, doesn't it?
Even though I'm now a princess-by-marriage and a duchess-by-title, I'm still the same Kyra who's prone to putting her sneaker-clad foot into her mouth.
It's a good thing Nicky loves me. Our work is thriving and our marriage is strong. Together, we can tackle any challenge. But it's not until our peaceful existence is threatened that I realize how precious it is.
And they lived happily ever after . . . right?
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**My thoughts**I finally got around to reading the third installment of the Anti-Cinderella trilogy. I felt a little let down with this one. Its tone was completely different than the first two, so it felt somewhat out of place.
In this one, we are looking at how the first year of marriage is treating Kyra and Nicky. You already know that the first year will be difficult as it is, but even more so amplified because of their royal positions.
Nicky is away a lot more, leaving Kyra to feel more alone and that something else is going on. If you read the epilogue to the second book, you will have a semblance of an idea about what is happening.
It can also be dangerous to get involved in something that passionate groups are militantly against. Climate change and sustainability and helping mankind seem to be contentious topics with some people for some reason that I don’t understand [both in this world and in our world].
The royal relationship is tested in ways that we almost wouldn’t expect. What I do appreciate is how this couple models excellent conversations with each other when they do have their battles.
There is also some expected joy in there, as well as hints about upcoming books that will be releasing in this world. I am looking forward to those!