Reading Is My SuperPower Recommends: Royal Reads

Posted May 19, 2018 by meezcarrie in Christian, contemporary, historical, RimSP Recommends, romance / 23 Comments

I bet you can’t imagine AT ALL why I chose this topic for today’s RimSP Recommends post 😀 It seems like everyone is buzzing about the royal wedding, so I thought I’d share some of my fave royal reads with you!

First and foremost are two of my fave royal series:

Royal Wedding series by Rachel Hauck

Appropriate for today’s festivities, this series is perfect for those who love the American commoner-meets-European-prince scenario!

My Review of A Royal Christmas Wedding


Hagenheim/Fairy Tales series by Melanie Dickerson

Prefer fairy tales over CNN coverage? Then you need to check out these medieval retellings from Sleeping Beauty to Aladdin, and all the beloved fairy tales in between!

My Reviews

The Princess Spy
The Golden Braid
The Silent Songbird

Want some more medieval royal reads?

My Reviews

An Uncertain Choice
A Daring Sacrifice
For Love & Honor
A Loyal Heart


Age of Faith series by Tamara Leigh


Maybe Biblical royals are more your thing?



Or maybe you fancy some nonfiction royalty-themed reads?

I highly recommend the audiobook version of this title!

And if you’re still craving another contemporary romance series…

Check out these books by Carol Moncado!



What about you? Did you watch the wedding today? What was your fave part? (OR… if you skipped the whole thing like I did… what are some of your fave royal reads?)




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23 responses to “Reading Is My SuperPower Recommends: Royal Reads

  1. Paula Shreckhise

    I skipped the coverage. I like Rachel Hauck and Jody Hedlund. I’ll have to check out some of the others!

  2. Kim

    Skipped it all like you Carrie. Love Tamara Leigh’s Age of Faith series! So. Good. Need to read Rachel Hauck’s series.

  3. Sylvia M.

    I’ve started re-reading The Princess by Lori Wick. Also, I enjoyed the two Love Inspired Suspense series, Reclaiming the Crown and Protecting the Crown, by Rachelle McCalla.

    I got up at 4:10 AM to start watching the guests arrival at the wedding. Finished at nine something.

  4. Patsy Curry

    I woke up at 6:00 am to watch the Royal wedding. I wouldn’t miss it! It is history in the making. I have read Tamera Leigh and Rachel Hauck’s series. I would like to read some of the other books. There is just not enough time in the day!

  5. Marilyn

    Thank You for this terrific list. I watched the wedding. One of my TV channels had it repeated at 11 AM. Was not disappointed.

  6. Caryl Kane

    The wedding was beautiful! Thank you for this Royal post! Jody Hedlund, Rachel Hauck and Melanie Dickerson are on my series MUST read list! 😉

    I loved Esther!

  7. I watched some of it, though we weren’t really intending to. I think we were more keen on William and Katherine’s wedding.

    I’ve read all of Melanie Dickerson’s ones (except The Orphan’s Wish), though I consider Jody Hedlund’s to be more Fantasy then ‘Historical’. Were it not for the fact that I just don’t go in for contemporary, I would read Rachael Hauck’s.

    One royal read I enjoyed (though its been several years since I read it) was ‘I Serve: A Novel of the Black Prince’ by Rosanne E Lortz. I think it counts because there is a marriage at the end. It also reminds me of one of the few things the movie ‘A Knight’s Tale’ actually got right, which was how the son of King Edward III of England used to go around incognito hoping not to be recognized at jousts and the like.

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