After an international incident affects U.S. and British relations, the president's son Alex and Prince Henry must pretend to be best friends, but as they spend time together, the two begin a secret romance that could derail a presidential campaign.
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A fun gay romp!! Full of pop culture references and tidbits about notable historical queers and some very beautiful reflections on grief and family and being queer and coming out.
Also, a nice escapist AU of America post-the 2016 election.
I'm not even sorry. I am giving it 5 ⭐️ .
I don't care I sometimes got lost or confused by the politics.
I don't care the third person writing made me lose my goddamned mind half of the time.
I don't care. I really. do. not. care.
It's all worth the 5 stars. You know why?
Because Alex and Henry's story was one of the most beautiful I've ever read.
Because Alex discovering his sexuality was as funny to read as it made me feel stressed and confused right along with him.
Because the way Alex describes feeling everything that happens was as confusing as it was relatable.
And because those emails. THOSE EMAILS. GOD.
I won't be able to forget those emails.
And lastly, I'm sorry. I'm truly sorry if you didn't enjoy this book the way I did.
Because, honestly? This has to be one of the most beautiful experiences I had while reading a book.
And I hope it's one I get to relieve in the future in other books.