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'Red, White & Royal Blue' Reigns As Must-Read Romance

Casey McQuiston's tale of a British prince who falls for the son of the U.S. president (who's a woman, by the way) is a snappy, banter-packed rom-com that's also empowering and uplifting.
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Casey McQuiston's debut novel Red, White & Royal Blue is a lighthearted, delectable combination of two of America's favorite pastimes: the British royals and politics, with just the right amount of scandal.

When Alexander Claremont-Diaz — son of the U.S. president — and his sister June travel to the U.K. to attend a royal wedding, Alex accidentally pushes his rival Prince Henry

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