Well, happy Monday again, friends! Get out your coffee (or tea if you do things more my style), because this morning I have another delightful post for you as a part of Livy Jarmusch's Regal Reads Blog Tour! All these blog tours this past month, it's been awesome, right?! So many great new books. I hope you're having just as much fun as I am celebrating them all.
This time we're celebrating Livy Jarmusch's mini series, Regal Hearts. If you've read Regal Hearts, you know that Livy writes them almost like you're watching a TV series. You get little "episodes" each week digitally, or you can purchase the whole first season in paperback. If you haven't read Regal Hearts before and you know nothing about it, well don't worry. I've got you covered. Here is my Regal Hearts book review...
Season 1 of Regal Hearts was thrilling, adventurous, humorous, engaging, and a pull-at-your-heartstrings kind of movie--uh, I mean--book. ;) Because it not only reads very much like a movie (Livy is excellent with her descriptions) and releases in episodes like a movie, it's super easy to get caught up in the series and envision every scene.
I am a huge fan of reading in paperback, so I waited to finish the whole first series until I had the season in paperback. I LOVE the cover Livy created for the book, it looks so unique and charming. The book is a pretty big size too, which, if you're a book nerd like me, you'll love this.
Let's see how much I can tell without spoiling any parts of the story...
Regal Hearts follows the story of different sisters who were separated at birth, and later find out that they have royal blood running through their veins. They are each a princess! Envision the scene from Princess Diaries when Mia exclaims, "Me? A Princess? Shut up!" (Livy, you will appreciate this sentence)
You easily fall in love with each character throughout the book/series. Livy has an excellent way of connecting you to her characters and bringing them to life. I love each of them.
As you may also be aware, Livy released her new novel, The Coronation, at the beginning of this summer. I am in LOVE with every bit of The Coronation and often wish I lived in Tarsurella. With that being said (does this count as a spoiler?), at the end of Regal Hearts Season One, there is a reference to Tarsurella which makes this heart giddy with joy.
Regal Hearts is truly an uplifting, fun, creative, energetic, inspiring read for any girl, young or old. I totally recommend it.
Livy Jarmusch is a twenty-something author, singer, and songwriter. She enjoys crafting YA Christian fiction that is pure, lovely, inspirational, and of course, entertaining! When she's not writing, you can usually find her playing guitar, blogging, drinking peppermint tea, connecting with new friends, planning her next trip to Disney, or pinning images of Europe and Golden Retriever Puppies.
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Isabella Morganthal (21) is a homeschool high school graduate who loves Jesus with all of her heart. She is a drummer, writer, creative arts director, and modern-day abolitionist.