Royalteen 1. The Heir
Randi Fuglehaug, Anne Gunn Halvorsen
“It’s like John Green had written Gossip Girl”
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The Royalteen series is sold in pre-empts, auctions, and multi-book deals in 14 territories!
The Heir, is awarded the 2021 YA prize
Fifth title in the series, Royal Blood, is nominated for the 2023 YA Prize.
The films “Royalteen: The Heir” and “Royalteen: Princess Margrethe“,
based on the first and the second title in the series, streamed on Netflix went straight into the Top 3 list!
“This book is a sure-fire hit!”
Cathrine Krøger, Dagbladet, 5/6 stars
“… a social wet dream of a YA book.”
Oda Faremo Lindholm, VG, 5/6 stars
“No wonder publishers were fighting to win this book.”
Anne Cathrine Straume, NRK
“… deserves to be as successful as the TV series “SKAM”.”
Britta Voergaard Poulsen, Litteratursiden (Denmark)
Can there be a future for Karl Johan, first in line to the throne,
and Lena, the secret teenage mum?
When Prince Karl Johan, Kalle amongst friends, and newcomer Lena start to develop warm feelings for each other, Lenais charmed but also sceptic, for many reasons. Party Prince Kalle is a regular figure in the tabloids and the gossip blogs – one of them was run anonymously by Lena herself, until she was exposed. Lena is painfully aware that dating the future king might put them both in an impossible situation and she has not told Kalle or anyone else about her even bigger secret, which is also the reason why she moved from her hometown. The fourteen month old kid at home is not her baby brother. He is her son.