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Yes, Your Majesty by Jennifer Ann Shore – A Review @JenniferAShore #YesYourMajesty #Mina #VampireQueenofAppalachia

  • Title: Yes, Your Majesty (The Royally Human Vampire #2)
  • Author: Jennifer Ann Shore
  • Publisher: Self Published on January 7, 2021
  • Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Romance
  • Pages: 232
  • Available Formats: Paperback and Kindle editions
  • Rating: 4/5

Trigger Warnings: Mild Violence

Many thanks to Jennifer Ann Shore for providing me with a digital copy of Yes, Your Majesty in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts are my own.

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Yes, Your Majesty Blurb

Mina knew being the Queen of Appalachia wouldn’t be easy, but she didn’t expect so many things to go wrong all at once.

After spending the first six months of her reign preparing to unveil vampires to humans, chaos erupts when the events don’t go as planned. She’s overwhelmed with the fallout, and it’s made worse when the witches demand her help in tracking down a deadly threat.

The half-human, half-vampire thought being stuck between two worlds was her biggest problem, but it’s nothing compared to the challenges ahead.

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Be Sure to Check Out My Review of Book 1 – Metallic Red

My Review

Jennifer Ann Shore has done it again with her new book Yes, Your Majesty. This novel is the second installment of the Royally Human Vampire series. We get to check back in with Mina, Eloise, Charlie, and Theo as Mina faces some tough challenges. Being as she is the newly crowned Vampire Queen of Appalachia.

I was hoping for a lot of answered questions with this sequel. The ending of Metallic Red was disappointing for me. Unfortunately, I still didn’t get what I wanted. But, I am thrilled with how the turn came about, and this novel was much more satisfying for me.

I didn’t know what to expect with Yes, Your Majesty. I had no idea where the story would go, but I will tell you, my imagination didn’t picture any of the things that happened. This book is so far out of the realm of what I expected that it almost seems like a different book altogether. However, I must add, my imagination is nowhere as good as Jennifer Ann Shore’s. She created a world that I would love to see and experience.

Mina and Theo’s relationship was not the one I was rooting for. And why the ending of Metallic Red was disappointing for me. But Mina is a different person now, and the excitement of her budding romance with Theo is enchanting. I found myself rooting for them, which shocked me to my core. I am a die-hard Charlie fan…or was before Yes, Your Majesty told me differently.

I do hope that there will be more from Mina and the gang in the future. But, even if this is the last book, I am content with how things turned out. Though Mina is still a bit whiney, and I could do without the extra angst from her mind, but all in all, this is a great sequel.

I am happy to award Yes, Your Majesty 4 out of 5 stars. I recommend this book to vampire lovers who want more than sparkly and sulking.

About the Author – Jennifer Ann Shore

Jennifer Ann Shore is a writer and an Amazon bestselling author based in Seattle, Washington.

She has written multiple fiction novels, including “New Wave,” a young adult dystopian, and “The Extended Summer of Anna and Jeremy,” a young adult romance.

In her decade of working in journalism, marketing, and book publishing, she has won numerous awards for her work from companies such as Hearst and SIIA.

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7 thoughts on “Yes, Your Majesty by Jennifer Ann Shore – A Review @JenniferAShore #YesYourMajesty #Mina #VampireQueenofAppalachia”

    1. To be fair, there was only one question I cared about and it was answered, just not the way I wanted it to be. But by the end of the book I was completely on board with where the author took the story. The end of this book was very satisfying.

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