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Summary

A girl with no direction and a prince on the run need more than a map to find their way. 

Dragged on a family trip to Europe's ancient cities, Becca wants nothing more than to go home. Trapped with her emotionally distant father, overeager stepmother, and a brother who only wants to hook up with European girls, Becca is miserable. That is, until she meets Nikolai, a guy as mysterious as he is handsome. And she unknowingly finds herself with a runaway prince. 

Nikolai has everything a guy could ask for - he's a crown prince, heir to the throne, and girls adore him. But the one thing he doesn't have... is freedom. After staging a revolt, he flees his kingdom and goes undercover on his own European tour. 

When Nikolai and Becca meet, it's their differences that draw them together. Sparks fly as they share a whirlwind of adventures, all the while dodging his royal guard. But Becca's family vacation ends in a matter of days. Will Nikolai and Becca be forced to say good-bye when his destiny catches up to him, or will they change history forever?

©2014 Angie Stanton (P)2018 Angie Stanton

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  • Heather North @AudiobookObsession
  • 10-07-18

Great YA listen

Great listen with fun characters and plenty of adventure. Great narrator as well! I received a review copy of this audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Layla
  • 19-06-18

YA romance.

The story was predictable but still OK. I would have given it four stars but some of things the characters did or said annoyed me a lot. This is not really for me, however, others might love it more.
The narrator did a great job in voicing the characters.
If you can get past some of the characters annoying trait then you'll love this book.

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  • mandy
  • 12-06-18

Great!

I really enjoyed this fun YA romance. I listened to this with my teenager on a road trip and we both really enjoyed it. Great narration!

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  • jstep
  • 06-06-18

Cute YA tween romance

Royally Lost by Angie Stanton was a cute, girl meets prince but doesn't know he's a prince story. It's been done before, most notable in the Prince and I movie, but this was still a cute story, nonetheless. Becca did get a tad bit annoying at times with all of her complaining, but overall, I would definitely recommend this book to the tween/teen set. It's an innocent, fun, coming of age romance.

Nicci Hejnar did a good job with the narration and her voice fit in perfectly with the tone of the story and the age of the main characters. I'd listen to more of her performances in the future. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher for an honest review.

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  • Claire
  • 03-06-18

Would make a good movie

I had a lot of fun listening to this story, it's well written and a good balance between serious and light hearted.

The connection between Becca and Nikolai is sweet and heart warming, I loved the way they kept finding each other, and the obvious care and love between them.

I really liked the ending, but I'd also have loved to know how things looked for them a few years on.

I found that I had to just let some things go in order to enjoy the book, Becca really annoyed me at times, all the complaining and hatred of history got annoying. The familial relationships are trying as well and their communication is awful. You need to accept the book for what it is if you want to enjoy it, fluffy and full of teen aged angst.

The character voices are well done and the narration style was a good match for the tone of the novel.

I received a free copy of this book from the author and/or narrator and/or publisher and I voluntarily wrote this honest review.

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  • IreneMBBT
  • 01-06-18

Cute YA romance

Becca is on a European riverboat tour with her family; Nikolai has escaped from his Royal duties for a few days of freedom driving thru Europe.
I liked the story except for the level of Ms Honor Roll’s disdain of the history she is seeing. I would have liked Becca better if she had a more balanced viewpoint.
My favorite part was when Nikolai offers constructive budgetary suggestions for improvements necessary in his country. Cute becomes sexy when combined with brains.
Ms Hejnar does a decent job of narration. She even handles the correct pronunciation of most of the European points of interest.
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  • ShannonVM
  • 25-05-18

Cute

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Royally Lost was a cute story. It was a fun set-up and I loved the idea of the commoner and the royal falling for each other. I mean, especially with what just happened with Prince Harry and Meghan...fairytales can come true! So never stop dreaming!

Becca and Nik meet by chance and find they have more in common than you'd think, considering she's a teen-age American girl about to start her first year of college, and he's the Crown Prince of a small European country. They're both really unhappy with the direction of their lives at the moment and forge an immediate connection as they wander the streets of Europe together.

While I did enjoyed the story, and liked how it all came together in the end, I do have to admit Becca frustrated me through a good portion of the book. It took me reminding myself that she was only 18 years old, stuck on a boat with her father who didn't seem to put much effort into being a father and a stepmother she resented. Here she was, on this amazing once-in-a-lifetime trip and all she could do was pout. That is, until she met "Nik". I would hope I would have acted better, but I'm guessing probably not at that age!
I found Nik to be very sweet and caring. When he finally got the chance to prove himself to his father, he showed that he really had put some thoughts into what they could do for the betterment of their country.
He and Becca both came into their own by the end of the book, and I was happy to see the changes.
The ending definitely left things open for a sequel, I wonder if that will happen?


Nicki did a great job with the narration, she had a lot of accents to handle and I was quite impressed! I liked that she sounded like an 18 year and not someone trying to sound like one. I think listening to this instead of just reading it may have worked out in my favor, when it came to how I felt about the story- by giving life to Becca's character I was able to see her side of things a little better than I might have while reading.

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  • CuteAsADaisy
  • 24-05-18

Super Fun Romance & Adventure in One

I really enjoyed this one it had romance and adventure. It was pretty clean and very entertaining. It was a bit predictable but with the writing style and narration it really didn't hurt the book at all. I will listen to this one again as I enjoyed it so much and often need a good easy listen while I'm getting projects done.

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  • Rebecca Azizov
  • 24-05-18

I give it 5 stars but...

I will give this book 5 stars because I think it deserves it but I had some issues with the main character but she was growing on me in some point but I didn't like her the story though was interesting and very well written I like the involvement of the characters yes I was pissed off a little bit but I did like the story I do recommend this book because it's interesting
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  • J and M
  • 20-05-18

Royally Lost

I did enjoy this story. I can't say I was a fan of Becca which made it difficult at times. But, she did grow on me by the end. I completely understood her and Nick's views on the monarchy. But, she was such the typical ugly American, the ones I try to avoid when I am traveling because they can't appreciate history and only want to drone on about who cares about this old stuff. I get it she was a teen. I get it that some people aren't into history. And, I get it that most US history classes, before college anyway, are about as boring as watching paint dry. I was lucky to have parents that were into history and made it fun and I in turn made it that way for my kids. My kids were wonderful travelers from 6 months on all over the world and we got nothing but compliments and other parents of these types of American teens saying, "Those little kids know how to behave better than you!" I don't get how you can be in a different place and not find something interesting about it. If you don't know your history, you are bound to repeat it. And, that is the reason so many people are so ignorant today about their own history and that of others and think somehow they were the original people in a land that was full of people before they came. But, I digress.
I really understood Nick's struggle as a royal and what that means in today's society. I could identify with his need to want his own life, make his own decisions, etc and the burden of a life you were born into, etc. He was a really likable character. I understood Becca's struggles about losing her mother and her negligent father and why she felt the way she did. And, even her resentment to some extent of her step-mother. But, really, she just came across as typically entitled, self-centered, brat. And, happy to be ignorant, because after all, she decided the rich history of these other places was stupid and boring simply because she said so. However, I was glad to see the growth throughout the book to the end. She really matured and grew quite a bit from her trip and meeting Nick. And, that was good to see.
That said, I did enjoy the story otherwise. This is my second book by Angie Stanton and I really enjoy her writing and story telling. Nicki Hejnar did a great job also. This was my first by her, I believe. Overall, well worth the time and credit. The descriptions of the places and historical antidotes were great. I received this book as an ARC and this is my honest review.