Head Over Feet

A Royal Romantic Comedy (Seven Brides for Seven Mothers Book 6)

Romance - Comedy
336 Pages
Reviewed on 05/27/2022
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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite

The princess of Malquar, Aubrey Hale, couldn’t stand Grady Basset, the captain of the royal yacht. The animosity between them began many years ago as children and into their teenage years. Bree loved Grady, but he hurt her by believing his father’s words. Grady’s father, the king’s secretary, said his son was beneath the princess. As they settled into their early thirties, the duo lived to hurt each other. But Queen Charlotte saw something different, love, whereas Grady and Aubrey saw hate. The Queen challenged herself to get the headstrong duo together and down the aisle. She would scheme and manipulate while maintaining a smile. Will the Queen triumph this time, having had more successes than failures with her matchmaking skills? Find out in Head Over Feet by Whitney Dineen.

It’s official! I am a big fan of Whitney Dineen and the Seven Brides for Seven Mothers Series. Lu, Claire, Geoffrey, and Alistair found their beloveds, but the mother of all plots struck again. She set her sights on Aubrey and Grady, and no one could save them from a determined woman. I loved every book I’ve read from this series, and Head Over Feet didn’t disappoint. The storyline and character development were exceptional. Whitney knew how to place people in the right spot like puzzles. This story had humor, drama, romance, and a deep-rooted love for family. I also enjoyed the easy and captivating writing style. The relationship between Alfred and Charlotte was enviable. They deserve a story. I felt that Drew and Agnes would give me the worst headache, but I’m ready. Thank you for a beautiful book, Whitney.

K.C. Finn

Head Over Feet: A Royal Romantic Comedy is a work of fiction in the romantic and comedy subgenres and serves as the sixth installment in the Seven Brides for Seven Mothers series, although it is a standalone book. It is suitable for the general adult reading audience and was written by Whitney Dineen. The book charts the royal romance between Princess Aubrey and Grady Basset, the captain of the royal yacht. The two have known each other since infancy, and Aubrey’s feelings were strong despite their difference in station, but an unfortunate incident left her feeling rather cool toward him. Suddenly finding themselves together on a private island, will their complex and long-standing feelings be resolved?

From the start, this was a playful and entertaining love story that saw two interesting young people dance around their feelings and their sense of propriety as the fates conspired to draw them ever closer. Whitney Dineen once again showcases a dazzling talent for portraying the cusp of romance and the longing of two people sitting and hoping the other will make a move without quite having the courage to make it themselves. It’s a tantalizing read from start to finish, with Bree and Grady being quite delightful protagonists to root for, both perfectly crafted to be the other one's missing piece. Head Over Feet will delight and absorb readers whether they are fans of romance or not. With a good heart and a generous serving of excellent humor, this book will entertain everyone, and I recommend it to all readers.

Emma Megan

Head Over Feet: A Royal Romantic Comedy by Whitney Dineen contains a delightful love story. It has four main characters: Queen Charlotte of Malquar, her best friend Jacqueline, Grady, and Aubrey. Queen Charlotte has a talent. She loves and is always successful in helping her children find mates. Now she wants her daughter, Aubrey, and Grady Basset (son of the king’s Royal Secretary and friend of Prince Alistair, Aubrey’s brother) to admit they have feelings for each other. But her plan proves to be very challenging. Even though Aubrey had a crush on Grady Basset when they were kids, Grady barely showed any interest in her. However, will Queen Charlotte once again be responsible for another match? You can find out reading the sixth installment of the Seven Brides for Seven Mothers Series.

Head Over Feet: A Royal Romantic Comedy is a deliciously fun love story worth reading. It definitely reminded me of Julia Quinn’s Bridgerton series, and I loved it. It was an easy but very enjoyable read. It's filled with humor, sassy and appealing characters, and sharp and playful dialogue. Whitney Dineen has created a likable and attractive family, a delightful and absorbing story that is irresistible from start to finish. Thus, I can say that this gorgeous standalone and all the other books in the series are sure to please readers who also love the Bridgerton series. But I would also like to recommend Head Over Feet by Whitney Dineen to those who love childhood friends-to-lovers stories.