The Line of Succession 3: Interregnum, Harry F Rey – Podcast Review
Rating: 5 Stars
Publisher: Deep Desires Press
Tags: Royal Drama/Soap Opera, Political and Regal Machinations, Romance and Erotica, Gay MCs in Ensemble Cast, Series (Not Standalone)
Length: 187 Pages
Purchase At: amazon, Deep Desires Press
The Queen remains steadfastly in a coma. James is adjusting to his life as prince regent, helped by new eye-candy Samuel, while Andrew faces up to the reality of working for the opposition—James’ twin sister Alexandra. Andrew and James now find themselves on opposite sides of the war of succession.
With Alexandra’s bombshell article due to shock the monarchy to its core, she must seek out political allies to take the throne while keeping her restless husband Faisal in check. But the establishment is fighting back, and they’ll use even the most diabolical means to ensure James will produce an heir.
The powerful forces behind Operation Rex face a greater threat—Lizzie’s plans to expose the monarchy’s deadliest secrets to the world. Her pact with the IRA may finally avenge her parents’ murder… and truly enthrone a reign of chaos during this interregnum.
Karen October 9, 2019 at 2:19 am
It really is a great addition to the series. The things these people do…. I seriously do not have the energy for their plots and wheeling and dealing, their “corporate” politics, but I appreciate reading about them 🙂
Princess Diana did a lot of charitable works, things others wouldn’t ‘bother’ with, and as long as she was alive she loved her sons and created a lasting impression through them.
Thanks, Cindi 🙂
This looks like an amazing addition to the series. I’ve always been fascinated by British royalty. You mentioned the people’s princess. Princess Diana wasn’t our (American) princess but she was well-loved by millions over here. We’ve followed her children since their births. They don’t belong to us but we feel like their ours in a way.
I’m so eager to hear what happens next in this series. You’ve gotten me sucked in with your reviews. 🙂 I love the photos and quotes you used.
Fantastic review, as always.