Cracked Kingdom

Cracked Kingdom

These Royals will ruin you.Ever since Hartley Wright met Easton Royal, her life hasn’t been the same. There are enemies behind every corner and dangers beyond each door. When tragedy strikes and steals her memories, she can’t trust anyone, not even the blue-eyed boy who promises her that everything will be all right.Because while Hartley’s memory is full of gaps, her insti...

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Title:Cracked Kingdom
Author:Erin Watt
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Cracked Kingdom Reviews

  • Sophia Triad

    Poor Easton. Poor Royal boys… When I read things like this one, I feel so ashamed that I have such fun with their books which are over the top filled with amplifying despair and tragedy.

    And then I read things like:

    And then I cannot stop laughing…

    So, yeah I enjoy these books and hopefully more books will come because Sebastian and Sawyer are silently screaming for their book and their girl.

    Easton faces a mess in this book. For a fraction of this mess, he was responsible. For the rest of it, the Wrights are responsible and I can’t believe there is a family more fucked up than Royals!

    Hartley has amnesia. Felicity tries to confuse Hartley. The twins are separated. Easton tries to help Hartley.

    Oh Easton! What a mess...

    Easton is obviously an alcoholic and suffers from depression. But this is a fact that everyone has suspected from book 1.

    I have no words to describe how much perfect Hartley is for him.

    During the first part of book, they desperately try to find each other.

    Hartley is Easton’s home and Easton is Hartley’s home.

    Regardless of some heavy matters that are described, the book is actually funny, fluffy and sweet.

    Awesome book. I NEED more…please…

  • KAT ♕ Kitty Kats Crazy About Books ♕

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    ‘Cracked Kingdom’ is the fifth book in Erin Watt’s ‘The Royals' series. It picks up right where the fourth book (Fallen Heir) and that cliffy we were all hanging over, all eagerly awaiting for the final conclusion. And here it is!!

    One twin is in a coma uncertain as to when he will wake up, or even if he will, the other twin can barely function without his right hand man, he’s holding on by a thread.

    can also be found on my blog:

    ‘Cracked Kingdom’ is the fifth book in Erin Watt’s ‘The Royals' series. It picks up right where the fourth book (Fallen Heir) and that cliffy we were all hanging over, all eagerly awaiting for the final conclusion. And here it is!!

    One twin is in a coma uncertain as to when he will wake up, or even if he will, the other twin can barely function without his right hand man, he’s holding on by a thread.

    Hartley has had her memory bank wiped clean of the last three years, her mind is a clean slate, to fill in her blanks could set her back years in her recovery. She can't even remember Easton. All the blame of the accident has been laid at her feet, since her car collided with the twins range rover she’s been ostracised by the townspeople because of the accident.

    Due to this and trying to be the glue that keeps his family strong, Easton is slipping back into his old ways, drinking and barely keeping his shit together.

    Felicity is out for blood, she was wronged by Easton and she's going to make him pay she's out for blood and who better to go after other than Hartley. She's vulnerable, she'll believe everything Felicity tells her.

    What a highly addictive series this has been, the ups and downs of Royal life, the downside that this series has now been put to rest is heartbreaking. I just hope we get to read about a new group of troubled teens.

  • Nissa | Of Pens and Pages Book Blog

    I just finished it. It took me a few days instead of the usual day of consuming everything because I wanted to prolong my experience as much as I could. But I finally finished it and I don't know what to do.

    There's a heavy feeling in my chest because I've officially said goodbye to the Royals, and

    . I want to cry. Thank you, Erin Watt, for creating this world. The OTT drama, the frustrating little sh*ts who think they can be mean little sh*ts

    I just finished it. It took me a few days instead of the usual day of consuming everything because I wanted to prolong my experience as much as I could. But I finally finished it and I don't know what to do.

    There's a heavy feeling in my chest because I've officially said goodbye to the Royals, and

    . I want to cry. Thank you, Erin Watt, for creating this world. The OTT drama, the frustrating little sh*ts who think they can be mean little sh*ts because they have all the money in the world, the precious babies I want to protect from the world, all of it. I'm going to miss them so much.

    Now, let me just sit here and stew on everything I just read. I think I need to lie down. I'll write my full review once I've calmed down.

  • Sabrina

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    Throwing in some random nostalgia, it's amazing to think that my journey with this family started with requesting an arc when it had no official blurb, no cover, and I had no clue who Erin Watt was. Almost two years later and I'm completely enthralled with this family and devastated that their stories are over.

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    Throwing in some random nostalgia, it's amazing to think that my journey with this family started with requesting an arc when it had no official blurb, no cover, and I had no clue who Erin Watt was. Almost two years later and I'm completely enthralled with this family and devastated that their stories are over.

    opens up where the last cliffhanger left us screaming, with the Royals completely torn apart. In this book the Royals are tested with how much they can handle without destroying each other and it was a heart-wrenching story to experience. But it was one that validated why their stories just keep sucking me in.

    Of course the main focus is again on Easton and Hartley, though not so much them together. For the majority of the beginning they barely even had any scenes together. While reading, it made me a little disappointed but in the end I could appreciate why everything played out the way that it did. It's one of those stories for me that I couldn't exactly say how I felt about it until I finished.

    Hartley was a very interesting character in this book for me. Due to circumstances surrounding her character, we kind of got to see her discover her will to fight all over again and I loved that. My heart broke for her many times and I wanted to just slap some people on her behalf. I felt like she had a tougher time throughout this story than the last but by the end I think it made her stronger and made me admire her more.

    Easton was still a mess, of course, but that's why I love him. A broken bad boy will always win my heart over and Easton was the epitome of that hero. Messed up and coping in unhealthy ways but the perfect lovable heart that attracts our heroine and makes readers swoon. If you haven't experienced the Easton Royal charm yet, you are missing out.

    Being super vague in this review is actually killing me a little since I have so much I want to say about, well, everything yet this series is something you will need to experience for yourself. So go get ruined.

  • MischaS_

    Well, I don't know what to say. I wasn't really a fan of the previous book, especially because I never found a way how to like Hartley. But the HUGE cliffhanger forced me to read this book asap. Well, after finishing my review, I feel like I'm even generous with my rating. Funny thing that I always realize how angry a book made me only when I write the review.

    Let's start from the beginning. The whole "

    " it only seemed to me like the author didn't kno

    Well, I don't know what to say. I wasn't really a fan of the previous book, especially because I never found a way how to like Hartley. But the HUGE cliffhanger forced me to read this book asap. Well, after finishing my review, I feel like I'm even generous with my rating. Funny thing that I always realize how angry a book made me only when I write the review.

    Let's start from the beginning. The whole "

    " it only seemed to me like the author didn't know what to do with the plot and thought that this would be an amazing plot or solution. Well, no, sorry, it was not.

    I'm not a doctor but

    Really don't get that and I would be really surprised if that were how that worked in the US.

    And since I'm already talking about the lack of action from CPS or anyone for that matter, let's add other issues.

    Okay, this feels like this review is going to be full of spoilers.

    As for Easton. In the last book, I was really angry about his behavior towards Ella. And to be honest several times in this book it was even worse than in the previous one. As well as his behavior altogether.

    Okay, so little miss Hartley. Still, don't like her. And have nothing much to say about her. Only that her actions were sometimes really stupid and forced her to do things were complicated. Maybe she should keep her mouth shut, just maybe sometimes.

    The first half of the book is really slow and almost pointless.

    We got some mandatory Felicity drama. Again sort of doing the same to get rid of the mean girl as Ella did.

    Then there is Steve who just won't go away. And I already voiced some of my issues about him in some of the previous spoilers. But let's add another.

    Also about Hartley's father who was just behaving really stupidly and I'm sort of surprised he managed to go on with it as long as he did.

    Hopefully my last issue with the book. The twins and Lauren and anything altogether. Since the author revealed that the Royals were over, no more books, no-extras no nothing I'm really confused and maybe even angry because we always got just hints on them. A built up of their story to get people interested, and I really wanted to know more about them. And the author is just like: No book for them. Okay, then at least please explain the things in this book!

    Also

    Wow, after letting all of my anger out I sort of wonder if there is really something I've liked about the book. Also, as some people already pointed out there were some really unnecessary typos in the book.

  • Melanie

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    You all can clearly see that this series has been disappointing me for a little while now, but this installment was really the Lord testing me, I swear. Which is so damn sad, because Easton is truly my favorite in this whole unbelievable family drama.

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    You all can clearly see that this series has been disappointing me for a little while now, but this installment was really the Lord testing me, I swear. Which is so damn sad, because Easton is truly my favorite in this whole unbelievable family drama.

    is a new adult romance series that features a family that has five incredibly rich, extremely privileged, and obviously super-hot boys. The first trilogy starred the second to oldest brother, Reed, and a girl named Ella who comes into the brother’s lives. Well, now Reed is off at college, and the new story arc belongs to the middle brother, Easton. And he fell for a girl named Hartley in

    , even though she feels so very off limits because of everything going on in her life.

    But with the cliffhanger ending that

    gave us, I was thinking a million things when starting this. And guess what? None of them were true. Which already started the book off to be a disappointment, but then we got one of my least favorite storyline tropes of all time

    ! Hartley became so annoying that I just wanted to put the book down a million times. And why she would believe everyone but Easton was something I still can’t even wrap my head around.

    And normally these books are super sexy, but there is legit only one sex scene in this book and it’s mediocre at best. Instead of this being a sexy, angsty, love story we get an even more unrealistic book that slut shames constantly. Also, I get that Easton was being playful, but when he kept joking with Hartley about him being a virgin, and it being his first time, I wanted to stab him.

    And when I say unrealistic, it is the understatement of the year. I mean, these books are already so drama-filled and unbelievable, but

    really somehow made it even worse. From unbelievable parental lineage, to the most vile and random side character, to pointless school bullying, this book has it all.

    And

    for: serious events in a hospital setting, sexual harassment, verbal abuse constantly, physical abuse between students, extreme bullying, parental abuse (physical, emotional, verbal), underage drinking, drug use, and talk of overdosing.

    Oh, and this is just a personal gripe, but the computer hacker character was one big mash up of every stereotype you could imagine, Doritos included, and I’m not sure if anything in literature has made my eyes roll further back into my head.

    And from the last chapter of this book, you just know that Erin Watt isn’t done with this world. And honestly? I can’t keep doing this to myself. And I already hate the set up for the next storyline.

    Overall, I’m just done. You know, I know I have masochistic tendencies, but I can’t keep doing this to myself. I need to stop remembering how much I loved

    and realize that this series just isn’t for me. But if you all like the most improbable story lines in your new adult romance, then I completely recommend

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  • Jodi Bibliophile

    I'd slice off my flaps and stick them in a blender to make a muff smoothie for this book.

    FUCK. ME. DEAD!!

    Easton gets TWO BOOKS!!!

  • ambsreads

    Someone send me a copy of this so I can burn it.

  • Candace Robinson

    What the heck just happened? I have found this whole series addicting with its craziness. I absolutely loved Easton’s last book with his screwed up self! But this one still left me with questions. The book felt rushed. There was one part that I wasn’t expecting, though. But with all the things that were going on, it all felt too hunky dory! I was expecting Easton’s demons to be super dark in this one based on the last book, and for Hartley to help him battle them. Instead, it became a Lifetime m

    What the heck just happened? I have found this whole series addicting with its craziness. I absolutely loved Easton’s last book with his screwed up self! But this one still left me with questions. The book felt rushed. There was one part that I wasn’t expecting, though. But with all the things that were going on, it all felt too hunky dory! I was expecting Easton’s demons to be super dark in this one based on the last book, and for Hartley to help him battle them. Instead, it became a Lifetime meets Hallmark movie!!

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