Red, White & Royal Blue

Red, White & Royal Blue

A big-hearted romantic comedy in which First Son Alex falls in love with Prince Henry of Wales after an incident of international proportions forces them to pretend to be best friends...First Son Alex Claremont-Diaz is the closest thing to a prince this side of the Atlantic. With his intrepid sister and the Veep’s genius granddaughter, they’re the White House Trio, a beaut...

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Title:Red, White & Royal Blue
Author:Casey McQuiston
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Red, White & Royal Blue Reviews

  • شيماء ✨

    Is it possible for your whole body to grin? The answer is

    .

    is a story lit up like a beacon to the weary and the lost. My heart still swells with so much delight. The notion of memory simply fails to adequately capture the sensation. I know the words but none of them really encompass the feeling of deep contentment, mixed with the kind of frustration one feels at waking from a sweet dream. I promise you that what memories you will keep of this story will warm y

    Is it possible for your whole body to grin? The answer is

    .

    is a story lit up like a beacon to the weary and the lost. My heart still swells with so much delight. The notion of memory simply fails to adequately capture the sensation. I know the words but none of them really encompass the feeling of deep contentment, mixed with the kind of frustration one feels at waking from a sweet dream. I promise you that what memories you will keep of this story will warm you in the cold, and taste sweet when the world runs sour.

    .

    Ah, yes. The one trope that sings to me the most: enemies to “ugh I can’t believe I have to be in the same vicinity as you” to “ugh we're forced to work together to save our countries' reputations but it’s not like I like you or anything” to “wait, we actually connect pretty well and have a lot of things in common but don't read too much into it” to “I would lay down both of my kidneys for you but that doesn’t mean anything alright” to “I’ll fistfight the moon for you and kill anyone who dares lay a finger on you” to lovers.

    Alex Claremont-Diaz, the Mexican-American first son of the United States, tolerates Henry, the Prince of England, to about the same degree that Henry tolerates him, but the claws are never entirely sheathed. When one of their verbal sparring matches ends in a “cataclysmically, internationally, terrible way”, Alex and Henry had no choice but to play nice with each other. Of course, building a friendship with your sworn nemesis is never easy. Doing it out of a reluctant sense of obligation is virtually impossible. Only, neither Alex nor Henry were prepared for when it all ceased being pretend. There was no pretending away the momentous thing tentatively taking shape between them. Henry had worn at the shell surrounding Alex’s heart with every traded truth, every phone call made at an ungodly hour, and every stolen moment in hotel rooms. And with every crack, it became harder to deny the connection blazing between them.

    Yet, all the same, reality threatens to shatter it all.

    is an astonishingly polished debut novel. A beguiling story of romance that pulled a smile from a new place in me where so much delight had been waiting in reserve. The novel’s warm heart leaped out to my cold one, and I held on like I suspected this all of being a dream that’s about to end and leave me falling. I found myself drawing out the last 50 pages or so, absolutely unable, unwilling, to let this joyous little book go. The story wrote itself into my memory and even when I closed my eyes, images of the story kept playing across the darkness again and again.

    All I want is for someone to feel for me some glimmer of what Henry and Alex feel for each other. To find that one person who has so much aching tenderness for you, who you can talk to and emerge each time a bit less bewildered, a bit more yourself. The one person who will attach the ends of the tightrope from one skyscraper to the next and make you believe that you can make it across, even when you can barely place a foot in front of the other, who will help you lay the skeins of your life out neatly, so there’d be less of a tangle in your heart. Just the sheer joy of simply

    another human being.

    . All wrapped up in the safety and warmth of two people who have passed a point of recognition, of openness, who stood side by side, braced together against the future, knowing that whatever life might force on them, and however it might fail them, they will still have each other. I love how Alex had glided into love unaware, not knowing if it was love or just a suchlike cousin. Then, he plummeted, and it was unmistakable. And all the while, Henry has been there, with a lit cinder of hope in his gaze, and the calm resignation to the inevitable that you’d associate with people aching with the yearning to be loved back.

    Nothing will ever be more hilarious to me than the fact that Henry’s character, when translated by Alex’s gaze in the beginning, is this unbearably supercilious heir, vigorously bearded with an air of having been grudgingly forced into court elegance, whose body is hardened into armor and whose smiles are pickled things. But then that image quickly melts away, revealing this achingly compassionate person whom the stars would be so proud to know their atoms have created someone like him.

    I love Henry so much. His entire life, he had sailed upon the quiet ripple of his parents’ lives, struggling against the confines of family and legacy and creating a life all his own. But there was so much gold in him, the shine dimmed by years of telling himself there was something wrong with the way he was made. The enormity of this burden was so great it almost wore Henry out, and it smote my heart. But seeing him later embrace the certainty that he’s deserving of compassion and kindness and understanding—it genuinely made me at once gutted and filled with unspeakable tenderness for him. I’m so glad Alex was there to help him see the aspects of his being that were in darkness even to him and give him hope before he had even considered hope to be possible.

    Alex is all fragility with a front of strength. He’s exactly how his heart defines him: strong, gentle and unstoppable. His nature is bonfire, beaming like a beacon, burning like a wildfire out of control. He cares, and hopes, and dreams that, with his earnest work and efforts, grain by grain, the gray would give way to the dream and the sands of the world would shine bright. With Alex, the author has created such a vibrantly human protagonist whose perspective you can understand and whose candor, thoughtful strength, humanity, and resolve you can admire. His journey snagged at my heart and left me feeling like a witness to a very remarkable moment in his life, overwhelmed with gratitude for sharing it.

    I also love how the author handles with great aplomb a bisexual character who realizes, accepts and embraces his bisexuality in his twenties, just as well as they handle the burgeoning romance between him and Henry. Even side characters here are just as carefully conceived—I love Alex’s crew so much and there’s not much I wouldn’t give for a spinoff series centering each one of them.

    also succeeds with brilliance and verve in addressing issues about racism, gender, responsibility, and ethics. I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed the cheeky undercurrent flowing through the novel—the arched eyebrow, the bold and confiding voice. It was all so glorious.

    As glorious at the fact that this book, at its heart, is

    —women who push against what the world decides for them, those who are told that their dreams do not match where they came from and would therefore never be realized, those who love and believe in spite of odium and condemnation. As a queer Muslim immigrant, this meant so much more than words could possibly convey.

    This is genuinely one of the best—if not

    —romance novels that I’ve ever read. I know I keep saying love is fake, but reading this book melted my cold dead heart. I’m a believer again! And you know what, although I have always been incapable of choosing a "favorite book," I now know that if I had to be stuck on a desert island, with only one book to bring with me, it would definitely be this one.

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  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)

    Re-read 5/24/19: *cries in gay* Alex & Henry forever and ever (and ever and ever and ever).

    Original read 2/21/19: It may only be February but I’m calling it now: this will be my #1 favorite book of the year. Possibly even of all time???? This is all I’ve ever wanted in a QUEER AS FUCK romance and my heart is soaring. Alex & Henry are the OTP of my dreams and I will never, ever be over them. Casey McQuiston is a national treasure and needs to be protected at all costs bc I want to read t

    Re-read 5/24/19: *cries in gay* Alex & Henry forever and ever (and ever and ever and ever).

    Original read 2/21/19: It may only be February but I’m calling it now: this will be my #1 favorite book of the year. Possibly even of all time???? This is all I’ve ever wanted in a QUEER AS FUCK romance and my heart is soaring. Alex & Henry are the OTP of my dreams and I will never, ever be over them. Casey McQuiston is a national treasure and needs to be protected at all costs bc I want to read their queer romances for the rest of my life. God fucking bless America. Also: I would DIE for Nora

  • Melanie

    Hi, Casey's mom. The book world loves your child & their debut.

    I honestly do not think that any book has made me happier than

    , ever. I laughed, I swooned, I cried, but, most importantly, I finished the last page and felt such a powerful amount o

    Hi, Casey's mom. The book world loves your child & their debut.

    I honestly do not think that any book has made me happier than

    , ever. I laughed, I swooned, I cried, but, most importantly, I finished the last page and felt such a powerful amount of hope that transcends any amount of words that I could possibly string together for this review. This is easily the best debut novel I’ve ever read, and I wouldn’t be surprised in the slightest if it ends up being my favorite book of the entire year.

    First off, in this story, the characters are living in a world where the President of the United States is a democratic woman who was elected after Obama, and her 2020 reelection is quickly approaching. And I just need to take a minute to…

    ! But this book really focuses on two young men, who happen to be very much in the media’s spotlight 24/7, because of the families they were born into. Oh, and one of them happens to be the First Son of the President, and up until this point he thought he was straight, that is until he finally is forced to spend time with his arch nemesis. And I’ll be damned, but

    - The First Son, who is quickly realizing that he is bisexual, but slowly coming out to those he feels safe with. Alex is also biracial (Mexican and white) and (thanks to my beautiful friend

    ) confirmed to have ADHD!

    - A Prince of England, who is closeted gay to many in his family (and to all media), because he constantly feels the weight of the expectations placed on him by his family and his country.

    Alex has followed Henry and his fame long before his mother became president. But at the start of this novel, both men officially meet, but quickly get into a very messy predicament at a royal wedding they were both attending, which ends up being a PR nightmare for both countries, but especially for Alex’s mom, who is up for reelection. So, they are both kind of forced to fake a friendship to appease the press to save face. But a fake friendship quickly turns to a romance, that leaves both men questioning what they are willing to risk, while the press is always watching.

    I also wanted to make sure that I stated in my review that the author is queer (I believe they ID as bisexual, like Alex!) And even though Alex and Henry are obviously queer in their m/m relationship, this book also has such a beautiful and full cast of diverse side characters! I’m completely willing to give my life for June, Nora, Pez, and Bea, right this very second.

    Like, I absolutely loved the side characters in this book. Also, you all know that I am always here for strong sibling relationships, and this book has that in spades! Alex’s family in general was everything to me; both of his parents being so supportive and always putting him (and his pace) first really meant a lot to me and makes me so soft just thinking about it. Seriously, this book is found family and blood family goals.

    The banter and one-liners were perfection. This author completely understands what it is like to speak and text in your twenties, and they have mastered the craft to perfection. I was either cackling like a banshee or clutching my pearls with heart eyes during all of Alex and Henry’s exchanges. Also, since there is an ocean in-between these two, they correspond a lot of the time through emails, all of which added five years to my life.

    Speaking of those emails, the romance in this is just truly a tier above the rest! The dynamic that Henry and Alex are forced into, and then the new dynamics they are forced to overcome, makes for something that you can’t help but root for with everything in your soul. Also, they are truly polar opposites with their personalities, but seeing them together truly feels like you are witnessing soulmates interact. I hate to say this but, your OTP could never.

    And obviously because of the setup of this novel, this book does not shy away from US politics, and you should for sure know that going in. But the most tears I shed in this book was when Alex talked about what he felt like to be a biracial kid, and how America truly is a melting pot of immigrants and how that is something beautiful, and should be celebrated, not shamed and something that people consider to be a crime.

    This is a book about two men, both in their early- twenties, discovering what they want for their lives and for their countries. Both for themselves and together. In a world that is cruelly unaccepting to anyone who isn’t white and straight, or who are just deemed different. They find friendship, they find love, and they find their voices.

    I’ll carry this book with me forever and always.

    Overall, this book was just everything I’ve ever wanted. Put your library holds and preorders in now, because I know that so many readers are not only going to fall in love with this tale, but it is going to be one of their favorites for the rest of their lives. I promise you, it is truly that good, and this truly feels like a once in a lifetime book. Casey McQuiston has created something that is going to mean so much to so many readers, and this book is going to bring so much joy to our much-needed world. I’m just forever thankful that I was able to escape into it for a little while, while doing everything I can to make my country's 2020 and on just as hopeful.

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    for homophobia (always in a negative light), talk of racism in media, anxiety depiction, talk of cancer (pancreatic) in the past, talk of past loss of a loved one, talk of past drug use, talk of attempted sexual assault (very briefly) in the past from a very minor side character, and (in my opinion) outing. Also, this is a New Adult novel, so there are many sexual scenes throughout this book, even though they are fade to black for the most part!

    ❤ I also gush about this in my

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    from

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    ❤ I also read this for

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  • destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries]

    Okay, look, I don’t even know how to start this review so I’m just going to apologize in advance for my fangirling, because honestly, it’s really just NOT fa

    Okay, look, I don’t even know how to start this review so I’m just going to apologize in advance for my fangirling, because honestly, it’s really just NOT fair at all that we’re less than three months into the year and I’ve probably already found my favorite book of the year. I mean,

    I mean, this book is exactly what I’m referring to when I say that romance thrives on tropes and that we should embrace tropes more often because, seriously—international relations? Reluctant royals? Enemies-to-friends-to-lovers? Fake friendships? Fake dating? IT’S ALL HERE AND IT’S BEAUTIFUL.

    When I say I loved this book, I’m worried that you’re interpreting it as, “wow, Destiny enjoyed this book,” when what I

    is, “I had to stop looking through my highlights for quotes to use because I was getting derailed by rereading all of my favorite parts and I’m legitimately tempted to reread this book right now even though I just finished it less than 24 hours ago.”

    There are so many freaking adorable characters that I want to cherish forever. I mean, SO MANY. And they’re all so flawlessly and casually diverse and precious and wonderful.

    First Son, biracial (white/Latinx), bisexual, hilarious, vaguely full of himself in the best way

    👑

    Prince, gaaaaay, softest bean ever

    📰

    First Daughter, biracial (white/Latinx), #squadmom for life, honestly gave me total queer vibes so can we please get a sequel confirming this??

    💻

    Alex and June’s bestie, bisexual, geeky AF, computer hacker and data analyst extraordinaire, endlessly hilarious (“still waters, deep dicking”)

    🎤

    Henry’s sister, former cocaine addict, sweet and feisty as hell, also queer AF and I’ll not hear any arguments

    💎

    Henry’s best friend, massive philanthropist, fashionista, no regard for societal gender roles (despite these last two things I’m tempted to think Pez is the Token Straight™ in the Super Six)

    I could gush forever, honestly. And the humor in this story! I laughed out loud so many times. And the swooning! There’s a fair amount of sex (though the scenes are all tame and mostly vague if that’s something you’re worried about), and even when everyone is fully clothed, the tension is off the charts. They’re so sweet together and they wear their little hearts on their sleeves and I adored everything about the perfect OTP that is Alex and Henry. ♥ Also, their text and email conversations? KILL ME WITH CUTENESS, CASEY MCQUISTON, JUST DO IT.

    I think the last thing I want to say is just how optimistic and downright

    this book is. Without spoiling anything, there’s a scene towards the end that is just pure queer affirmation and support and love and it had me

    the happiest tears at the thought. The world is a really ugly place sometimes (especially in US politics lately) and I cherished every moment of this escape and this view into what we’re hopefully moving towards.

  • Heather K (dentist in my spare time)

    To be honest, I wasn't expecting to love

    . I mean, this is

    's first book, and it's written in

    (ugh), but love it I did. I loved it HARD.

    was everything I was looking for and more.

    It's been a long, long time since I've wanted to melt into a puddle of goo on the floor because the

    To be honest, I wasn't expecting to love

    . I mean, this is

    's first book, and it's written in

    (ugh), but love it I did. I loved it HARD.

    was everything I was looking for and more.

    It's been a long, long time since I've wanted to melt into a puddle of goo on the floor because the

    I'm a sucker for a few things in a romance book, and this story has nearly

    of them. We get a

    (can I get a

    ?!), an

    (with all the glorious

    , bruising kissing that I could dream up),

    , and a romance with a literal (okay, fictional... but still)

    . Did

    worm her way into my brain and pull out my deepest fantasies?!?!?!

    I wanted to take a nap inside these pages. I took pictures and screenshots of my Kindle of the uber-romantic email exchange to swoon over later. I cried and laughed like a lunatic on my couch, huddled in a prison of tea and reading of my own making. I fell asleep with the imprint of my Kindle on my face at 3 am.

    The dialogue is something I will remember for a long time. The

    was absolutely everything and elevated this book from good to unbelievably amazing. The feelings were so intense I felt like my heart was going to jump out of my chest.

    is worth all the hype and more. It's worth your time and your money, and it's worth it to read something so

    that it made it's way on to my elusive favorites list. With literally thousands of romances under my belt, this one still stands out.

    *Copy provided in exchange for an honest review*

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  • ☆ Todd

    I'd initially held off on requesting this book until early reviews hit Goodreads because:

    But this story was a delicious mix of

    and, most importantly,

    .

    I loved both

    and

    right from the get go, as they first

    their way into my heart, then as feelings began to develop, gave

    I'd initially held off on requesting this book until early reviews hit Goodreads because:

    But this story was a delicious mix of

    and, most importantly,

    .

    I loved both

    and

    right from the get go, as they first

    their way into my heart, then as feelings began to develop, gave me enough

    to keep me laughing every few pages.

    [Mexican-American Alex:]

    I also found the

    to be a delight, from First Daughter June to Second Daughter Nora to Princess Beatrice to Alex's parents and friends. They were all worthy of their places in the story, only adding to my level of interest.

    As the story began, Alex's intense dislike for

    wasn't really addressed in-depth; however, once their first meeting was detailed out, I have to admit that I didn't care much for Henry, either.

    Then after they were

    as pretend BFF's, trying to undo damage to international relations at a Royal wedding, Henry's staunch façade began to slip and we got to see glimpses of the boy behind the unfeeling, arrogant mask. And I *loved* him from there on out.

    [Prince Henry:]

    This was basically your

    story and it totally worked for me.

    Yes, there was lots of political speak, with Alex's mother being POTUS, and Henry's grandmother being the Queen of England, but it never got to be too much, as

    .

    There was also

    , which I felt made the book more than less interesting for me. That was a big ole' shock and a departure from my norm, let me tell you.

    For all of you

    out there, while the sex scenes were not entirely fade to black, they were definitely

    . If I'm remembering correctly, I don't think the book even contained the words 'penis' or 'dick', other than when Alex would adoringly call Henry a dickhead. I was actually fine with the lack of traditional heat, though.

    I did have a few niggles, Firstly, at 432 (reported) pages,

    , although I never found myself bored. At times, the pacing felt a bit on the slow side, but the humor did its job in keeping me engaged.

    Secondly,

    . Ugh. ‘Nuff said.

    Lastly, OMMFG, Henry's propensity to imitate Carl Lewis,

    on more than one occasion, nearly

    . True story.

    But Alex wasn't one to be ignored, fortunately, so

    , always pulling these two adorable dumbasses back onto The Road to True Love, capitalized, because it's '

    ' .

    I'm extremely happy that I stepped out of my usual comfort zone and gave this book a chance, and would rate it at around

    .

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  • Whitney Atkinson

    I’ve been weeping for an hour and a half, that’s how good this book is. I’ll update with a full review later today when it’s not 4:30 AM and i cant breathe out of my nose bc snot and emotions.

    Okay, hi.

    Not gonna lie, I woke up, cried in the shower about this book, cried on the way home from Rosalie's vet appointment, then cried again while filming a vlog clip about how much I loved this book. I don't doubt I'll cry typing this review.

    I adored this book. So. Much.

    First and foremos

    I’ve been weeping for an hour and a half, that’s how good this book is. I’ll update with a full review later today when it’s not 4:30 AM and i cant breathe out of my nose bc snot and emotions.

    Okay, hi.

    Not gonna lie, I woke up, cried in the shower about this book, cried on the way home from Rosalie's vet appointment, then cried again while filming a vlog clip about how much I loved this book. I don't doubt I'll cry typing this review.

    I adored this book. So. Much.

    First and foremost, it's just so goddamn funny. I can often skim read humor in romance books and not even crack a grin, but I was genuinely cracking up at this book, a fact made worse by the fact that I was reading the first half of it in Barnes & Noble and people probably thought I looked crazy. Alex's dialogue with his friends and family and even the way the writing style is formatted is just so genuine and funny and modern and sarcastic and there was not a SINGLE instance in this book that I think was overdone or cheesy. This author is just masterful at crafting realistic, meaningful, but also lighthearted conversations.

    Next, I loved how politics was folded into this book. Nothing was too abrupt as to be boring or info dumpy, but there were so many nods to Texan politics, which admittedly struck close to home being from Dallas. But beyond that, there's a lot of discussion about the first son and daughter being half Mexican and there was a lot about campaigning and the corruption of politicians and the reaction of a woman being president for the first time, and all of these commentaries were such a great addition to the story.

    This is the type of book that makes you love every single character. From Henry and Alex to even the most minor cabinet members or White House staff, every character has a place carved out for them in this book and you were able to care about them and their conflicts without sacrificing your attnetion from Alex's main storyline. I LOVED Nora and June and Pez and Zahra and Alex's mom, the fucking president, who I did not expect to be so blunt and crass but I fell in love with instantly.

    Delving into this world is equal parts comforting and horrifying. Comforting because it's the alternate universe outcome I wish we'd had in the 2016 election, so seeing how different the world could be and hearing Alex's triumph about being biracial and living in the White House made me teary. At the same time, it really confronts you with just how institutionalized homophobia is, and the portion of the book that began discussing that (~the last 100 pages) is when the tears started and didn't stop.

    Alex and Henry's separate journeys with grappling with their sexuality and how to be transparent with their identities as world leaders were completely touching. This book follows Alex's perspective, and I really loved the discussion of bisexuality and questioning your sexuality, and the support system he was able to generate with his friends and family. However, this book also broke my heart in its discussion of Henry's sexuality and the acceptability of being in homosexual relationships while in a position of power, especially the leader of a country and how your people will react. Ultimately, the way Henry and Alex's sexualities found their support was SO wholesome and, shocker, made me sob. This book definitely has its cute royal romance moments, but my favorite part of it was at its heart, it's about two men growing more comfortable in their sexuality and being willing to face anybody who would question them.

    I basically used up an entire sleeve of sticky tabs because this book was so hilarious, important, and touching. If you havnen't preordered this already, I highly recommend you do so.

  • Alex ✰ Comets and Comments ✰

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    For a glimpse on my current situation:

    i'm sporting sweatpants, haven't cooked for more than 24 hours, hair's an absolute mess, feel like screaming how gay i am out the window, and completely abandoned my responsibilities.

    When this book is published, and readers pick it up for the first time, I'm going to be sitting and watching all the emotions unfurl and all the fan;art,fiction,girling commence. And while I sit and watch, I'm going to be so jealous of everyone that has the luxury of reading this for the first time.

    It's equal parts funny and loving and clever and tragic. I made a note on my kindle at page 3 stating "this is it," because that's how much I could feel the energy of a fucking brilliant book in my hands. The camaraderie and friendship combined with rebellion and sexy banter is almost too good to be in one novel. This is quite possibly the easiest five stars I have

    given.

    In more ways than one, the story behind Alex and Henry's relationship is magic. There is quite a lot of politics involved, quite a lot of drunkedness and quite a lot of soft moments that make you clutch your kindle slightly tighter.

    This was an enemies to lovers romance with so much more going for it. A beautiful feeling arose throughout the book as I saw the family and the omnipresent feeling of hope through friends. Nora gave me life and made me swoon. June was someone we all need in our life, alongside Pez. Bea was the softest cinnamon role in the whole bakery and when they were all together, my heart started singing.

    I wish I could go up to every one that will ever have doubts about reading this book and beg them to give it a chance. Sometimes, I'm skeptical about picking up new authors - especially, when they are debuting with a genre that means so much to me. Yet, here I am, falling incredibly in love with everything this book is and will continue to be in my life.

  • Monica

    i just read a review where someone said they didn’t like this because it was too idealistic and happy. and like...honestly isn’t that what the world kind of needs? this book dares to dream of an america that could have and should have been after the 2016 election. this is the kind of story this world needs more of, not less of, because it shows that this kind of love story - one where two men can fall in love and still be world leaders and changers- doesn’t have to be tragic. part of what makes

    i just read a review where someone said they didn’t like this because it was too idealistic and happy. and like...honestly isn’t that what the world kind of needs? this book dares to dream of an america that could have and should have been after the 2016 election. this is the kind of story this world needs more of, not less of, because it shows that this kind of love story - one where two men can fall in love and still be world leaders and changers- doesn’t have to be tragic. part of what makes this book so important is that it dares to dream that dream boldly. it dares to look in the face of staunch tradition and say, “yes, you can change. and i will accept nothing less.”

    i read this in one sitting. i meant to just start it before bed but then ended up just...not going to bed lol. it’s adorable and fun and i’m very happy i picked it up.

  • kat

    is this what real joy feels like???

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