Just One of the Royals (The Chicago Falcons, #2) by Leah Rooper

Just One of the Royals (The Chicago Falcons, #2)

Star hockey player Daniel Sacachelli wants only two things: 1) for the Falconsto win next season, and 2) for his secret — the fact he’s actually the prince of Eldonia — to never make its way to Chicago. But if Daniel keeps avoiding his crown, their family will lose their kingdom forever.Madison Myong can’t believe that her will-they-or-won’t-they best friend Daniel isreally a prince! He’s always seemed more rebel than royal. But now, ...

Details Just One of the Royals (The Chicago Falcons, #2)

TitleJust One of the Royals (The Chicago Falcons, #2)
GenreRomance, Contemporary, Young Adult

Reviews Just One of the Royals (The Chicago Falcons, #2)

  • Danielle
    Princess Diaries meets the Mighty Ducks.Just one of the royals has all my favourite books themes rolled into one. - Best friends who secretly want more ✅Check- Fake relationship ✅Check- Ice hockey player ✅Check- Misunderstood bad boy ✅Check Daniel Sacachelli is a hockey player for the Falcons. His best friend Madison is also the girl of his dreams, but he needs to find the courage to tell her. Daniel is also hiding another truth. He's sec...
  • Elaine
    This is a lovely teen romance with plenty of surprises along the way. To start with Daniel Sacachelli is the illegitimate son - and heir -of the King of Eldonia but no one at his school knows this. There he’s one of the star hockey players and best friend of Madison Myong. Actually he’d like to be much more than her best friend, but she has very controlling parents and he has a poor reputation so they’d find him totally unacceptable. Little...
  • Samantha (WLABB)
    I just re-read my review for the previous book in this series, Just One of the Boys, and I have to say, I am harboring many of the same thoughts about this book, which is a positive thing.I had adored Madison in the last book, because she was such a fantastic friend to Al, and I was happy that she was getting her own romance. I was also excited to see she was getting paired up with the resident bad boy, Daniel. They had a really close friendship ...
  • Stephanie
    I received a copy of this title via NetGalley. It does not impact my review. Just One of the Royals is the second book in a series about members of a junior hockey team. I haven’t read the first book in the series yet (from what I gather it sounds very similar to the move She’s the Man, but with hockey instead of soccer), but found this could be read easily as a standalone.I really liked the friendships in the book. The guys on the hockey tea...
  • Colleen
    I received Just one of the Royals by Leah and Kate Rooper from Netgalley. It has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. I was very excited when I first heard about Just One of the Royals. It's very surprising, but I love a good hockey story. And if you add in some royalty to it? HUGE BONUS!! I quickly started it when I got it and was very pleased that it met my expectations. Just One of the Royals is the second book to The Chicago Falc...
  • Alja Katuin
    A lovely,light story about true love and how sometimes it’s better to be honest and upfront! I loved it, I’m looking forward to reading more of this author
  • Michelle
    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Just one of the Royals is the second book in the Chicago Falcons series by Leah and Kate Rooper. I loved the first book in the series, Just one of the Boys, so much that I actually re-read it before picking up this book. So I had a pretty good feeling I was going to enjoy Just one of the Royals. Leah and Kate Rooper make a great writing duo. I can't wait to see what t...
  • Kristin
    Just One of the Royals is a cute young adult story about a bastard son who has to learn to be a King for his people. Daniel has no interest in being the prince of Eldonia, let alone the king. However, after his father passes away, his sister comes out to America to ask for him to consider taking the thrown. In their country, only a male can rule the country, so if Daniel turns it down, Eva must marry a suitable man to rule the kingdom or the fami...
  • Thamy
    I guess I hoped for another version of the secret-prince trope, but this one wasn't bad.Daniel is secretly a prince and now his father, the king of Eldonia, died, his sister shows up asking him to take over the throne or else she'll have to marry against her will thanks to some very old law. But Daniel knows his popularity isn't that high, so he gets the help of his secret-crush Madison, who suggests pretending they're a thing so he can show comm...
  • Claire (bookscoffeeandrepeat)
    Note that I had no idea this was the second book to a series. Although this had been the case, the story was still easy to follow and was quite entertaining. In tradition to "The Princess Diaries" (except the main character is a prince), the story follows Daniel (an illegitimate son and heir to a throne) and Madison (an immigrant with a dream). It was interesting to read about the thoughts of a secret prince and the other POV from Madison. They w...
  • Alja Katuin
    Absolutely loved how quirky and quick this read was. I need more of these kind of books!
  • Miranda (MrsLeif's Two Fangs About It)
    Just One of the Royals was a fun and cute book to read during my royal wedding hangover! One of my favorite things about this book was the focus on friendships! All the characters had such strong dynamics with everyone around them, and it warmed my heart so much! The authors were great at creating believable and fun friendships between everyone. The romance in this book was very sweet and adorable! The romance was supposed to be the trope of a fa...
  • Grace
    Princess diaries with hockey is a fun concept. The writing just wasn’t very good.
  • Danielle (Life of a Literary Nerd)
    1.5 StarsI wanted to love this I really did. It has everyhing I'm looking for in a fluffy contemporary, but this just fell incredibly flat to me. I thought the plot moved fast, with little to no set up and the characters were one dimensional. The dialogue was rough and felt really juvenille. The whole story was just a miss for me. Can't win them all.I received a copy of the book from Entangled Teen via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
  • Diane Lynch
    Falcons' hockey player, Daniel Sacachelli, has a secret; he is the bastard son to the King of Eldonia. After his father’s passing, he needs to head to Eldonia to take up the crown, so his family does not lose their kingdom. He enlists the help of his best friend, Madison Myong, to help him clean up his image. This contemporary sports romance is suitable for young adults. I like Daniel. He is a Junior League hockey player. He loves his half-sist...
  • KarenJo Custodio
    4.25 - Delightfully Cute and Fun Romance with a Royally Adorable Twist! This book was a quick, lovely, and entertaining friends to lovers story with plenty of sweet, heartwarming and laugh out loud moments. It was enjoyable from beginning to end and I cannot wait to read the other books in the series. Just One of the Royals by Leah and Kate Rooper is pretty much Princess Diaries, but instead of an awkward and shy teenage girl turned princess, we ...
  • Arys
    Just One of the Royals by Leah and Kate Rooper is book 2 of the Chicago Falcons series. Daniel Sacachelli is the quintessential, All American , motorcycle riding, hockey playing bad boy. Except he's not, really. Madison Myong comes from a successful immigrant family and is destined to become a Doctor. Except she doesn't want to. Each is the best friend who wants to be with the other, but can't make the first move.When Daniel's secret is revealed,...
  • Di
    ** I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. **This book was super cute! It immediately reminded me of The Prince and Me or even The Princess Diaries and even though contemporary romance isn't my usual read I knew that I had to give this one a try - and I'm glad that I did; I enjoyed it.Just One Of The Royals is actually the second in a series that seems to be centred around the budding r...
  • Sionna
    *I received a copy of this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*This book and I didn't agree, but I was able to pull through and finish it. The thing is, 15% into the book I knew how it would end. Like, I've pretty much read this plot line before in both YA and adult romance books, so all the steps were pretty obvious... unfortunately. Someone new to romance might not know these steps, though, so it might be a good read for the...
  • Patty
    Just One of the Royals by Leah and Kate Rooper is the 2nd book in The Chicago Falcons series. Just One of the Royals is a sweet, fun, and delightful YA contemporary romance and part of the Entangled Teen Crush series. Daniel Sacachelli loves hockey, but he has a secret. Madison Myong and Daniel have been best friends, but is there anything more? I love this genre, there is something so innocent about first loves. I love the quirky people and situ...
  • CrazyCat (Alex)
    This was such a fun light read. A real feel good book. Sure, the HEA was a given, but it the way to it and the how made me laugh and I will definitely read the next book.I chose to read this book and all opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased. Thanks to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing!
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  • Zoe Forward
    A hothead hockey player finds himself in the middle of the Princess Diaries. Only, he's the royal. Not her. Thoroughly enjoyed reading about teenagers being stupid teenagers who can't communicate how much they're into each other. Yep, it was totally annoying about their lack of social communication skills, but, hey, that's so true for any kid who's sixteen. I mean, how in the world could any teenager come to grips with suddenly taking on the mant...
  • Laura Hernandez
    This one has it all from BFF's to the always misunderstood bad boy. A quick read that's full of surprises and hearty laughs. I now must read the first book in the series!!{I requested an ARC from the publisher via NetGalley and made no guarantee of a favorable review. The opinions contained herein are unbiased and my own.}
  • Rebecca June
    "But I know that in order to pull this off, I'm going to have to let go of every real thing about me. I'll have to become someone else, someone new, someone...royal" (chapter 6). This review was originally posted on my blog: June Reads Books.Happy book birthday to the second book in the Chicago Falcons series, Just One of the Royals by Leah and Kate Rooper! Thank you to the Rooper sisters, Entangled Teen, and Chapter by Chapter for my eARC of t...
  • Liz
    Just One of the Royals by Kate and Leah Rooper is a quick and easy read. This a sweet and cheesy contemporary book. I enjoyed reading it like their other book Just One of the Guys. The book was overall written well. You can tell they took their time in developing the story. The characters were thought out and it even brings the characters from their previous book back into the story. This book is very entertaining and enjoyable if you are looking...
  • Paulina Maurovich
    Just One of the Royals is the typical cliche love story with somewhat cute characters and a very predictable plot. We follow the life of our two main characters Daniel and Madison. Daniel is a hockey player and Madison desires to be an actress but her parents do not let her because of their background and because she thinks she should be a doctor. The plot twist comes in when Daniel apparently is also a Prince of some kingdom, after his father's ...
  • Olivia Farr
    "Just One of the Royals" was a cute but predictable YA romance. Daniel is passionate about hockey and plays for the Chicago Falcons, where his close friend Madison works as a trainer. Daniel is trying to work up the courage to ask her out, while Madison is working up the courage to ask her parents to go to Julliard. Madison dreams of being an actress, while her parents want her to go to medical school and become a doctor like them. Everything is ...