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Do-Over (Royally Jacked #3)

3.7  ·  Rating Details ·  1,132 Ratings  ·  32 Reviews
When it comes to love, how many chances do you get?

Girl meets prince. Girl looses prince. Girl gets prince back -- right? Well, that's what Valerie is hoping. She's back in Schwerinborg after spending some time with her mother in the good ol' US of A, and hopes that sparks are still flying between her and Georg. At first it looks like things are going great, until a ski tr
Mass Market Paperback, 240 pages
Published September 26th 2006 by Simon Pulse
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Jennifer Wardrip
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Poor Valerie has had a tough year, what with her mom asking her diplomat father for a divorce and then dropping a bomb on them that she has been dating another woman on the side and they want to move in together!

Then, as if things can't get any worse, because of her father's high-profile job at the White House and the President running for re-election, having your ex-wife come out of the closet is not a good thing where your job is concerned. So Val's dad h
Karen Keyte
Aug 22, 2011 Karen Keyte rated it really liked it

“I know it’s pronounced like “Hell-moot” and not like “Helmet,” but I still don’t like saying it aloud. I can’t fathom how anyone gives their kids these wacko names non-Germanic-speaking people can’t begin to stay without wanting to crack up. It’s taken me weeks to get used to Georg and Manfred, adding Helmut to the mix is like God daring me to say something snarky aloud, probably at whatever time it can get me into the most trouble.” - Valerie Winslow

It seems like Valerie Winslow managed to cra
Neariah Mandisa
Mar 31, 2013 Neariah Mandisa rated it liked it
Do-Over Simon Pulse, $11.99, 229pp.
Niki Burnham ISBN 978-1-442-42762-4

Niki Burnham's book is about young love, growing up, and change. This is a story that everyone in some way can relate to. Readers are able to recognized the struggles with friends, and family and not feel alone, because others are going through the same experiences as well. Do-Over also supplies the perfect amount of reality and cliche so that we're left dreaming about a fantasy somewhat out of reach.

This book is part of a se
Amanda [Novel Addiction]
This whole series was ridiculous.

And I loved it. Cute. My inner thirteen year old was giggling and squeeing with joy.
Jan 02, 2013 Caylan rated it liked it
What a werid way to end the series....
Aug 05, 2016 April rated it did not like it
It was two years ago when I've read about this series on Goodreads and I was hooked. I wanted to read it so bad and it's only this week that I got my copies. I was ecstatic. At the same time I was telling myself not to expect too much but telling myself not to expect too much when I've waited two years to finally read this series is just crazy. I mean, come on! You can't just tell a person who've waited years to read this book to not expect! For fuck's sake, I was excited. I read Royally Jacked ...more
Katie Fitzgerald
This is a review of both Spin Control and Do-Over.

In these last two books in the trilogy now compiled as Royally Crushed, Valerie continues to experience the ups and downs of her relationship with Prince Georg. In Spin Control, she believes she has been dumped, so when she heads home to Virginia for Winter Break, she goes on a date with David Anderson, only to discover that she loves Georg more than ever. In Do Over, she returns to Schwerinborg to reconcile with Georg, and to work on gaining con
Mar 27, 2013 Z rated it liked it
Do- Over Simon Pulse, 2006., 229 pp.
Niki Burnham ISBN 978-1-442-42762-4

Do- Over isn't like any other books, its has something special, the background of the characters really hook us in as readers. This book is apart of a series, actually its the last book of a series. I didn't even know that when I picked it up, and I have to say I didn't notice that until I finished reading it. Not once did I feel like I was missing out on something, so if you for whatever reason can't find the other books, st
Oct 19, 2016 Arianna rated it did not like it
I didn't think that I could get anymore bored than I already was on the second book, but I was wrong. This was nothing interesting going on from her dad getting a girlfriend and the letters between Valerie and her friends/family. I started to skim over the emails because they talked about a lot of pointless stuff in their daily lives. I was really waiting for a lot a drama to happen to pick up the book, but it never happened. I had to force myself to continue reading this book to see what would ...more
May 19, 2010 Summer rated it it was ok
I almost liked this series. The writing is good, I can get on board with the characters, especially as the series goes on. Problem? The shape of the stories seems off somehow. It's been a while since I've read the first book, so I can't remember well enough to comment on it, but both the second and third books in the series bugged me. The second seemed to quietly foreshadow a possible Big Fat Problem. The thread remained pretty much untied at the end of the book, but I had faith that that was be ...more
Allison Riehl
A wonderful book that will make you want to read it over and over again.
Good enough, but I don't think this series had to continue to a third book. It didn't even need a second book, honestly.

*edit* Looking back on this now, I honestly cannot remember ANYTHING that happened in this book. I can vaguely remember the first two but this one? Zip. Zero. Nada. Not a damn thing. Couldn't have been too good.
Catalina Sennett
May 21, 2011 Catalina Sennett rated it really liked it
Now in the third one, Val gets another chance with the perfect prince. I am kinda dissapointd they didnt go out into public and tell everyone to mind their own dang business, but i am glad her father is now moving on, and she has her own head on right and stops complaining about her life.
Rebecca Carson
May 12, 2011 Rebecca Carson rated it really liked it
This book was better then the second one, not so many reminders about the first. It is a really good book that the author had the ability to add so much inappropriate material in it but she didn't, it was clean and I would recommend this series to 13 and older.
Apr 28, 2012 Miranda rated it liked it
The entire series has been one big fluff ball. But it was sweet. It's good to take a break and just read a few books that you don't have to think about, with no un-expected twists, with some hot guys, and plenty of happy endings.
Jul 06, 2007 Apollos.Dark.Eden_ rated it it was amazing
Cristina F
Aug 29, 2009 Cristina F rated it liked it
This book is the book folowing Spin control.
Kristin Tice
Dec 05, 2009 Kristin Tice rated it liked it
It was okay. Cute story. But this is the third book and there doesn't seem to be talk of another one. It's just not good enough to end the series with. There is so much open.
Aug 01, 2008 Sarah rated it it was ok
the book was okay but it was just pointless there was no point to it it didn't have to be published
Madison ♡
Jul 17, 2013 Madison ♡ rated it liked it
This series was average and cute. Am I the only one who pronounced it 'George' instead of 'gay-org'?
Emily S.
May 29, 2008 Emily S. rated it liked it
Not as great as the other ones. Kind of boring...
May 13, 2010 Tiffany rated it it was ok
I was disappointed with this story.
Joana (The Boundless Booklist)
Jan 06, 2013 Joana (The Boundless Booklist) rated it really liked it
Probably my favorite of the 3.
Nov 30, 2009 Katie-Lee rated it liked it
Romance. It was okay.
Jul 29, 2013 Oliviatheblue rated it really liked it
Cute, light, summer read.
Jan 07, 2010 Shannon rated it it was amazing
A very cute romance :)
Jan 28, 2013 Sarah rated it liked it
Hated the ending! ._.
Jan 21, 2012 Mandy marked it as to-read
logan does not have
Jan 02, 2010 Corinne rated it it was amazing
<3333 this book!
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