Who isn’t excited about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s royal wedding? While we’re getting ready for the big day and dreaming of finding our own prince, we’re stockpiling these royal books to read!

Royal Date by Sariah Wilson

Kat MacTaggart was expecting a relaxing ski trip with her best friend where she would sit by the fire and catch up on her reading. But after being interrupted by His Royal Highness, Prince Nico of Monterra, then saved by him on the slopes, it seems fate has a different plan for Kat this spring break.

Royals by Rachel Hawkins

Sixteen-year-old Daisy Winters isn’t thrilled that her sister is engaged to the Crown Prince of Scotland. She’d rather keep out of the spotlight. When Daisy ends up at the castle, and the prince’s younger brother is assigned to teach her how to be more royal, they’ll find that intrigue and scandal may be more fun.

The Bridesmaid’s Royal Bodyguard by Liz Fielding

After being fired from her job at a gossip magazine, Ally Parker returns home. When her childhood friend, Hope, asks her to run PR for her marriage to Prince Jonas of San Michele, Ally has a chance to report things the right way. However, Count Fredrik, head of security for the royal family, is not keen on Ally’s employment because of her past job reporting gossip. But, when they meet for the first time, there’s no denying their immediate attraction to one another.

Royal Wedding: A Princess Diaries Novel by Meg Cabot

For those who loved The Princess Diaries, this final installment of Mia’s adventures as the Royal Princess of Genovia is a must-read. When Michael, Mia’s longtime love, proposes on a romantic getaway, Mia thinks their engagement will be a breeze. But when is her life ever easy? Mia has to navigate family drama, royal duties and wedding planning and that’s not including dealing with paparazzi and stalkers.

Once Upon a Prince by Rachel Hauck

After 12 years together, Susanna Truitt’s plan did not include being dumped by her high school sweetheart. And Susanna definitely didn’t plan to be involved in the political schemes and royal traditions of the British Crown. Yet, when Susanna and Prince Nathaniel meet, the connection they have leads them straight into the fray.

The Lost Castle by Kristy Cambron

Ellie Carver’s grandmother suffers from Alzheimer’s, a disease that Ellie expects will make her quiet and withdrawn. But when Ellie visits her grandmother, she shares the stories of her past. To uncover the truth of her family’s history, Ellie travels to France’s Loire Valley in search of the castle that dots her grandmother’s memories.

Loving the Princess by A.C. Arthur

Princess Samantha DeSaunters knows her duty lies with the crown. She has always put the welfare of her island realm first. Until she kisses the man hired to protect her – and the throne – at a political gala. Sam’s kiss with Garrison Montgomery places her in a mock courtship, but soon, she can’t tell the difference between what is real and what is just for show. As their romance deepens, so does the threat to Samantha and her crown.

The Royal We by Heather Cocks

When Rebecca (Bex) Porter moved from Des Moines, Iowa to Pembroke College in Oxford, she didn’t expect to meet the heir to the British crown, Prince Nicholas of Wales – and then fall in love with him. But that’s exactly what happens. The two will have to tackle many obstacles, including the press, family, the public and royal expectations if they want to make their relationship work.

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