Is America ready for its first queen?

In the wake of a loss that echoed throughout the world, the Washington siblings are struggling to move forward. One thing, at least, is clear: the laws of succession. Princess Beatrice has become queen. Princess Samantha is now the heir. And Prince Jefferson is still just that—a prince, beloved by the entire country.

After centuries of kings on the throne, Beatrice longs to prove that a woman can rule. But her new position forces her to make surprising choices about the future of America… and about her own future.

Sam was never meant to be the heir. Everyone thinks of her as the party princess anyway, so she might as well keep playing the role—and find someone to play it alongside her.

As Daphne and Nina both know, being in orbit of the crown means keeping your friends close and your enemies closer. But what happens when the line between friend and enemy starts to blur?

Their secrets could destroy them. The country will judge them. And love might cost them everything.

A new reign has begun….

Praise for American Royals:

"With elegance, saucy secrets, and forbidden love, American Royals is fast-paced and utterly charming. Katharine McGee’s prose sparkles, capturing the glamour and pressures of an American monarchy.”
—Kendare Blake, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Three Dark Crowns series

“Inventive, fresh, and deliciously romantic, American Royals is an absolute delight!”
—Sarah J. Maas, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Throne of Glass series and Court of Thorns and Roses series

“Imagine a world where Meghan Markle is the queen of the United States of America…. American Royals is the next best thing.” –Teen Vogue

“American Royals has all the drama, love triangles, and expensive vacations one would expect from a book about royalty. But it is also so much more. A spectacularly engrossing first in a series.”
- Indie Next List Fall 2019

“A soapy, escapist blockbuster [following] the drama, scandal and romances of the impossibly glamorous young court. An unabashedly frothy romp, and enormous fun."
–The Guardian