Passy Amaraegbu’s The Royal Bride has a unique style to it. It is like a cross between drama and prose that somehow works well, although some readers might find this off-putting.
With a heart-melting story of love and the search for it, Amaraegbu delicately weaves around themes that are relevant and timeless: Family, loyalty, kindness, and a purity of heart that may seem unrealistic, but is very possible. That is the power of storytelling right? The ability to make the impossible, possible.
In this hope-filled romantic story, Amaraegbu leaves a twist towards the very end. It’s a twist that guides you on a path of faith and a love that is fulfilling and eternal, a love that is deserving of a Royal Bride. Add that to the bits of poetry that flow in the dialogue and you find yourself receiving a treat as you follow the lead characters on their journey of a lifetime. I’d also like to add that I am absolutely impressed with the fact that the female characters are professionals in their own right.
Before I divulge too much information, here’s a challenge for you: Go read The Royal Bride by Passy Amaraegbu. Who knows? You just might end up being the Royal Bride yourself.
Review by Calm.