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A pining prince needs: A second chance at love. 

Prince Julius has only ever wanted one man. Raised alongside Prince Dante of Thedes, the two were inseparable until their unspoken mutual attraction ignited into a single passionate encounter. Convinced that it ruined their friendship, Julius retreated to his duties in Rosavia, where he daydreams of another chance to win Dante’s heart. 

After four years apart, fate brings Prince Julius back to Thedes. He offers Dante a coveted invitation: Return to the Rosavian palace for 10 days, and be his plus-one to the Royal Ball of the century. Before long, they realize one night of passion wasn’t enough, and they can’t imagine losing each other again.

As the clock ticks down to the ball, Julius catches wind of Dante’s family meddling, and he must decide if their feelings are real or if they’ve both been played. Were they always meant for each other, or is it all an illusion that will melt away at midnight? 

Welcome to the tiny European country of Rosavia, where roses ramble over alpine slopes and princes fall for the men of their dreams. Every Rosavia Royals book happens simultaneously, so books can be listened to on their own, or in any order...but keep an eye out for familiar faces around the palace!

©2020 Zoe Dawn (P)2020 Zoe Dawn

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A second chance, royal romance!

This was a sweet second chance, royal romance.
Julius and Dante were bestfriends since childhood, but a misunderstanding tore them apart. Now years later they find themselves working in close quarters and chemistry and attraction between them burns brighter than before.

The story was engaging and the characters were likeable.
The narrator, Kieran Flitton performed an exemplary audio delivery which made this all the more enjoyable.

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Audio makes it better

I read this book when it was first released, and the audio makes it better. Friends to lovers is always a favorite of mine and add in royals, and it makes it even better. I’ve enjoyed the narration of this whole series.

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Amazing book!

This was my first Zoe Dawn book when I first read the ebook (I've since read more) and I was hooked immediately. The story flowed beautifully, and it fit right in with the other Rosavia Royals books. As with the other books in this series, Kieran Flitton does an outstanding job with the narration. He brings the story to life, and is able to keep each character's voice & personality through every book in the series.

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a friends to lovers, second chance romance

Julius and Dante’s story is a friends to lovers and second chance romance. It’s a bit more angsty than the previous 2 books in this series, but it is just as good. I read this book when it first came out; the narration by Kieran Flitton made this book even better.

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another great addition to the series

loved the sweet story and the great characters. this is such a fun series. I enjoyed it so much

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Fun

Really liked this audio version of Throne Together by Zoe Dawn! It was compelling and original and I really enjoyed the storyline! Kieran Flitton did a really nice job narrating!

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Royal Friends-to-Lovers, Second-Chance Romance

Part of the Rosavia Royals universe, 'Throne Together' tells the story of Rosavian Prince Julius and Prince Dante from neighboring country Thedis. The Princes spent years attending school together. They had one sexual encounter in university but have been apart for years. Will the upcoming Rosavian Anniversary Ball be their second chance at being together?

This book features a mutually pining slow-burn, with a helping of royalty related angst. If you've read other books in this universe, you'll recognize the cameos by other royals, newspaper reporters and rescue cats. These characters make a nice tie-in for fans of the entire series. Zoe Dawn delivers a great tale of choosing love over duty with this steamy friends-to-lovers book.

I've loved every book I've listened to by Kieran Flitton. His performance here is excellent as well. His voice acting immerses the listener into the story completely.

I received a free review copy of this audiobook, at my request, and have left this voluntary review.

Recommended.

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A Second Chance Like No Other 💖

Thrown Together: Rosavia Royals Book 3 (audiobook)
MMy Confessions Thoughts and Review:

I struggled with both the story and the review for Thrown Together. NOT because the story lacked in its plot or had holes. NOT because the characters were flat. No, the characters were all multifaceted and lept off the page. NOT because the narration lacked in making the story come alive. No, just as with the other Rosavia Royals books, Kieran Flitton does an outstanding job breathing life into the characters.

No…This one was tough, for me, for two reasons; the first being how much my guts always twist and wrench when I think of just how different life is for royalty (in real life) from ours and that other cringe-worthy thing that gets me every time in books, angst, and miscommunication.

While I loved the story just as much as the others in the series, “Throne Together” had a bit more realism to it, at least for me. I grew up in a time when I saw a girl become a real-life Princess. Then I saw how that cost a piece of her soul, even though she was beautiful, famous, rich, and had the world at her feet. She was robbed of the one thing every princess was guaranteed to get, at least in the stories we grew up reading and seeing in theaters, a happily ever after. She was still forced to behave as if she was living her HEA, no matter what, simply because she was royal. This type of “royal realism” was captured by the author and put in the pages of Throne Together. While a job well done, it tore my guts out at times.

The “royal realism” I mentioned above is a trickle-down effect that starts at the throne of the kings of both countries in the story and touches everyone in and out of the palace. It is this, trickle-down effect that causes the next part of my own anguish with TT. The angst and miscommunication or lack of communication at all that sets the princes apart even though these young men had been best friends for 21years. While this sort of thing would never happen between someone who’s a barista and someone else who is a mechanic, for Royals this is a different dragon that needs slaying.

I had so many different emotions whirling around inside, were I a god these emotions could have birthed a new galaxy. Alas, it was one “feels to the max” ride.

Zoe Dawn was a “New to me” author, and they completely wrote their way into my soul. I look forward to reading more by this talented writer in the future.

The Story: 4.50 🌟🌟🌟🌟. ✨
The Narration: 5.00 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
Overall: 4.75 🌟🌟🌟🌟. ✨

I received a complimentary audio copy of this book from Gay Romance Reviews to read and read.
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Loved the book when I read it

And I loved listening to it. Second chances should always be beautiful and full of blueberries....lol....The narration was also really good.

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Loved it!!!

I loved this story so much! This was a great second chance story and I loved these characters so much! It took me a little bit to get into it but once I did get into it I was so happy and loved it so much! Julius and Dante had been best friends since they were young and I loved their story. Misunderstandings from when they’re err younger messed up their friendship but they have a second chance when they are older and meet again. The narrator did a fantastic job!

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  • Mari Cardenas
  • 12-05-20

Great second chances romance!

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As with the books the came before, this story operates on the same timeline as they did. We get to view the two weeks leading up to the ball from Jules’ perspective. We’ve gotten glimpses of him, but know we get to find out what he and Dante have been up to.

Jules and Dante grew up inseparable. As princes of neighboring countries, they had a lot in common. One day, at the end of their schooling, lines are blurred, and their friendship changes, then ends. Years later, royal duties bring them back together. They begin to talk, then finally, really communicate with each other. Can they pick up where they left off, or is their friendship all that can be restored?

I enjoyed listening to their story, and the journey towards their own unique HEA. This story was enjoyable and very well written. It was easy to get lost in their story. As usual, getting to see glimpses of Jules’ brothers was interesting. We continue to learn more and more about the two week time period, and it’s easy to forget that this series isn’t written by just one author. These authors work well together, and it’s evident in each of the stories.

Kieran Flitton did a fantastic job with the voices for the characters in this book. I love his voice. It was not a hardship to listen to him narrate this book.

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  • Starwarslover
  • 11-30-20

so good

this story is so good.. this author writes characters that make me smile... the narrator did a good job with their emotions and who these characters are and want to be. very good

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  • Lisa Hughes
  • 11-26-20

Lovely book in alovely series

I love this series and this book was one of my favourites. Both Princes are adorable and the story is really cute. This is my first Zoe Dawn book, but it won't be my last one.

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  • choccygrl
  • 11-25-20

Sweet

A sweet second chance friends to lovers story. It's full of pining and the rekindling of love, which provides a lovely slow burn.
There is some angst but it is mainly a light-hearted tale with miscommunication at the crux of the problem.
Both the MCs were princes and friends from a very young age. This put them on a level footing and an ability to understand each other and their situation. It made a nice change from the royal and commoner/valet/bodyguard stories that are often found in this sub-genre.

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  • Donna Hirsch
  • 11-19-20

Julius and Dante

Julius and Dante have been best friends since they were young, they haven't seen each other after 4 years when they took the friendship further, now with a Royal ball they meet up again, and love blossoms, beautifully written love this series.

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  • Amelia
  • 11-19-20

Absolutely lovely

I adored this sweet best-friends-to-lovers story. Jules and Dante missed their first chance at love when their duties to their countries kept them apart, and it was so wonderful to see them get a second chance at romance. Kieran Flitton's narration really made this story shine--I felt like I got to know the heart and soul of each man through his passionate delivery. I've always been a fan of friends-turned-lovers romances, and the added royalty angle made this story even more unique. Jules and Dante were so earnest and heartfelt in their pursuit of each other, and I loved seeing them work to find a balance between their royal responsibilities and the calling of their hearts. As I listen to more and more of the Rosavia Royals series, I'm noticing several shared scenes sneak their way into multiple books that give tantalizing glimpses at what may be going on in the other books. I've never seen a multi-author series collaborate quite like this before, and it's made me so excited to read and/or listen to everything in this universe.

**I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this book. This review expresses my honest thoughts and opinions.

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  • Susie Umphers
  • 11-19-20

Wonderful characters you'll want to talk back to

Loved this second chance, Cinderella magic ball entry in this series. There are two great characters all set for their second chance until meddlers intervene and make them question their relationship all over again. The angst in this book is not the incredibly painful kind, but the kind that will have you talking back to people in the book as though they were alive and could hear you yelling and telling them what to do not to mess things up again. I had a great time with this one. Kieran Flitton does a perfect job of bringing the characters to life so I could talk back to them even more than I did when I read it.

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  • XG
  • 11-18-20

Wonderful reading!

This is the first book I' ve ever read written by Zoe Dawn and It was so good. This "friends-to-lovers" story is easy to read with low angst situations and It formed part of the higher scheme of the series as another piece of the puzzle. I enjoyed a lot the banter between Julius and Dante, while discovering their feelings for each other and trying to get their HEA. Now Mr Flitton's narration and performance gave the story a little extra with his voice acting bringing the characters to life. Loved It!

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  • Erryn Barratt
  • 11-18-20

My heart is in Rosavia

I have dipped my toe into this series several times – starting at book 4, meandering back to 2, on to 5 and now 3. I’ve made a note to pick up book 1 and get to it soon. Why am I telling you this? Because it doesn’t matter where you start in this series, it only matters that you read all the books. This series of five books about five gay brothers who also happen to be princes is a little much in theory, but in execution, it just works.

Dante and Julius are BFFs. Blueberry Friends Forever. Blueberry is the fruit of Rosavia and has appeared in some interesting locations. In one story it was blueberry pizza. In this story? Blueberry lube. But I digress. The two men grew up together in each other’s pockets. They went to school together, spent holidays together, and shared a strong bond. Their mothers were close and the sons even closer. But one night of shared passion had Julius running back to his castle in Rosavia where he sits third in line to the throne – not the heir or the spare. Just the middle son who, for the most part, keeps his nose clean and his self out of the papers. Some of his brothers are less discreet.

When Dante comes back into Julius’ life, Julius makes the decision to invite him to the Rosavian Ball as his plus one. There are plenty of hijinks to be had as Dante’s meddlesome family try to enact their own agenda, and the paparazzi get wind of this budding romance. In the end, they come together and this time the bond is true.

The series is narrated by Kieran Flitton who I believe has done a great job with it. I enjoyed this on and will be off to track down book 1.

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  • Rebekah
  • 11-18-20

Enjoyed

I enjoyed following Julius and Dante as they rekindle their lost friendship and discover their second chance to be together though there is a stumbling block that tried to derail them.