Mina knew being the Queen of Appalachia wouldn't be easy, but she didn’t expect so many things to go wrong all at once.
After spending the first six months of her reign preparing to unveil vampires to humans, chaos erupts when the events don’t go as planned. She’s overwhelmed with the fallout, and it’s made worse when the witches demand her help in tracking down a deadly threat.
The half-human, half-vampire thought being stuck between two worlds was her biggest problem, but it’s nothing compared to the challenges ahead.
"Yes, Your Majesty" is the sequel to the loved vampire young adult romance "Metallic Red" and is the conclusion in "The Royally Human Vampire" series—publishing on January 7, 2021.
Jennifer Ann Shore has done it again with her new book Yes, Your Majesty. This novel is the second installment of the Royally Human Vampire series. We get to check back in with Mina, Eloise, Charlie, and Theo as Mina faces some tough challenges. Being as she is the newly crowned Vampire Queen of Appalachia.
I didn’t know what to expect with Yes, Your Majesty. I had no idea where the story would go, but I will tell you, my imagination didn’t picture any of the things that happened. This book is so far out of the realm of what I expected that it almost seems like a different book altogether. However, I must add, my imagination is nowhere as good as Jennifer Ann Shore’s. She created a world that I would love to see and experience.