Happily Ever After by Kiera Cass; 387 pages
A collection of short stories to shed some light on the selection process. We get to see how the former king and queen met. We get a look into the selection from some different perspectives. And we get to find out what happened to some of the other girls after the fact.
Overall I really enjoyed these stories. Originally I was going to review each individual story but there was just too many of them and it would have taken forever. I loved getting an inside look at the selection from perspectives that weren’t America’s. It was fun and enlightening and it made me smile. I was happy to have some little fun stories to read. This isn’t one of my greatest reviews but I do recommend picking this up if you enjoyed the other books!
Rating: 4.5/5 stars!
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