Book: Memoir of A Royal Consort (Queens of Terrebonne Book 1) by Ebony Edwards-Elliscategories: Book, Military Romance, Interracial Romance, Royal Romance, Feminist Romance, Disabilities, Women of Color, PTSD, Contemporary Romance
Ebony Edwards-Ellisabout this book: Catherine Halsey suffers through a painful childhood in The Kingdom of Terrebonne, a small island nation off the coast of Italy. Her mercurial and woefully immature mother is abusive, her step-father drinks too much and seems intent on getting too close, her biological father is MIA, and she's forced to spend too much time caring for her much younger sister. Eager to escape the poverty and dysfunction of her childhood, Catherine decides to join the military, enrolling at the country's only military school after it begins to admit female students. There, she meets and falls in love with the sole heir to her nation's throne, Prince Yannick.
After graduating, Catherine and the prince embark on a tempestuous decade long romance filled with ups and downs, break-ups and make-ups. However, the relationship faces its toughest test when Catherine is seriously injured while on deployment to Iraq. Suffering from physical disabilities and emotional trauma, Catherine must pull herself together long enough to re-ignite her romance with the prince and make her dream of a happily ever after come true.
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