Three prince romances that—unlike #aChristmasPrince—you’ll actually want to finish
A Christmas Prince. Netflix's original holiday movie is making the social media rounds as a flick "so bad it's good". It's practically already a classic. And if you haven't seen it, thank your lucky stars and keep it that way. I mean, what romantic doesn't love a good fairy tale with royalty and a happy ending? But I'm telling you, A Christmas Prince is not 'so bad it's good', it's just bad—and not even bad enough to make a drinking game out of. Save your brain cells—and your Friday night—for a few royal romances you'll actually enjoy. The book is always better anyway, right? Here are three princely contemporary romances where the only thing bad are the bad boys that flirt their way [...]
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