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Royal Replicas

Royal Replicas Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Em Eldridge
Series: Royal Replicas Series, Book 1
Length: 10 hrs and 45 mins
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"Princess Amelia is dead...and one of you will replace her."

Seventeen-year-old Victoria Sandalwood has served the duke and duchess all her life. Over the years, she's learned to make do with what she has and endure her surrogate father's awful punishments. She dreams of escape, but never expected it to come in the form of a message from the Queen of Westeria.

Victoria learns that she's the queen's daughter, the younger sister to Princess Amelia, and it's time to come home and claim her birthright. When she arrives, she discovers she's not the only one who received the royal message.

Victoria must compete with six other girls to earn the affection of both the queen and a princely suitor...and to replace the secretly deceased Princess Amelia. If she fails to win the crown, Victoria may just have to fight for her life....

Note: This audiobook includes the bonus short story "Reset", which provides a backstory into Victoria and Kale's relationship.

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Michael Pierce (P)2019 Tantor

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Robotic Narrator

It's too bad that the narrator sounded robotic and hardly had any inflection. It was so distracting that it almost took away attention from the story. She did a decent job with character acting, but when she was narrating it all blurred together because he voice was practically monotone. I hope her performance was a result if just bad direction.