Royal Holiday by Jasmine Guillory is the official November pick for the Peanut Blossom Book Club for Recovering Readers.
I was a good girl. Even though it nearly killed me, I held off talking about Christmas until the time was good and ready!
Without a doubt, November is the perfect time to start binging on all things holiday romance.
I was downright giddy to find this month's pick. It combines some of my favorite things:
- British Royal Family Drama
I hope you're as ready as I am for some feel-good, lighthearted romance to kickstart the season. Let me know what you think of this month's pick!
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November's Official Book Club Pick: Royal Holiday by Jasmine Guillory
I’m pleased to announce that this is our official November Pick for this year.
Money-saving tricks for reading this month’s book pick:
- You can get the book from your library.
- The Kindle version is a little bit cheaper than the paperback AND you can save money on the Audible version if you own the Kindle copy! I love to use the Amazon Whispersync feature to go back and forth between audio and digital reading.
What is this month's book about?"
"From the New York Times bestselling author of The Proposal and a “rising star in the romance genre” (Entertainment Weekly) comes a dazzling novel about a spontaneous holiday vacation that turns into an unforgettable romance.
Vivian Forest has been out of the country a grand total of one time, so when she gets the chance to tag along on her daughter Maddie’s work trip to England to style a royal family member, she can’t refuse. She’s excited to spend the holidays taking in the magnificent British sights, but what she doesn’t expect is to become instantly attracted to a certain private secretary, his charming accent, and unyielding formality."
Discussion Questions for Royal Holiday
Book Club Party Recipes
For this month's book club party, how fun would it be to plan a royal English tea? You could serve elegant finger sandwiches, a towering tray of simple treats, and if you're not a fan of tea, you could pour the coffee, hot cocoa, or sparkling wine.
Here are some fun British party recipes to get you started: