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Throne Together

(Rosavia Royals #3)

4.09  ·  Rating details ·  322 ratings  ·  102 reviews
A pining prince needs: a second chance at love.

Prince Julius has only ever wanted one man. Raised alongside Prince Dante of Thedes, the two were inseparable until their unspoken mutual attraction ignited into a single passionate encounter. Convinced that it ruined their friendship, Julius retreated to his duties in Rosavia, where he daydreams of another chance to win Dante
Kindle Edition, 1st edition, 298 pages
Published June 16th 2020 by Self-Published
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What a sweet friends to lovers story.

These two just needed to communicate and once they did, everything went smoothly. So far this series has been 3 for 3 on the enjoyment front despite each book having different authors.

I still maintain that the journalists needs to get repercussions for her actions.

On to the next!
Aug 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
4.5 stars.

This is my favorite in the series. I love a good second chance, friends to lovers romance. Dante and Jules – aka Danny and Jay – were perfect. There was a little bit of drama, quite a bit of angst, and an amazing friendship that was always going to be a romance even if neither man was aware of that until much later.

The way everything came together was perfect.

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A beautiful second-chance, best friends-lovers romance!
Finished it in one go.

Book #3 of the Rosavian Royals series focuses on Prince Jay-the responsible and shy middle child who has but one regret in leaving behind his childhood friend and one true love-of-his life-Prince Dante of Thedes, following a unresolved misunderstanding during their university days together, deciding to take the diplomatic route out and placing duty before love. Prince Danny in much the same way, is plagued by the memor
3.5 stars. A light hearted romance featuring 2 princes and a scorching slow burn build up. Dante and Jules were likable, distinct characters that fit in perfectly with the rosy kingdom of Rosavia. Very little drama, but a perfect read for a busy week.
Aug 30, 2020 rated it liked it
I liked Julius and Dante a lot. It was so so obvious They were made for each other. However I felt like this one dragged a little. Just a bit too slow for me.
Jun 10, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Beautifully done!! Julius and Dante, two young princes, best friends since birth, have always had family joke with them that they were destined to be married, forever together. After a misunderstood incident at the end of their final year in school together forces an uncomfortable silence of four years, they are unexpectedly together again at an art show for both countries.

Despite the unplanned yet welcomed surprise, Julius and Dante find the missing parts of themselves that were empty over the
Jun 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: sweet, second-chances
Throne Together was simply perfect. Two princes that were destined to be together, and I appreciated the way the author showed the development of their connection, from childhood best friends up until the present day attempt of mending past mistakes and broken hearts.

I loved Julius and Dante, their meddling family and friends, and the picturesque backdrops of Rosavia. The story wasn't too angsty, and with lots of humorous and passionate filled moments that were the icing on the sweet second chan
Shannon Tolen
Jun 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing
From the same authors that brought us the wonderful series, Men of Hidden Creek, we get a wonderful group of new men in a fun, unique setting! First things first, I absolutely LOVE how reach book is tied to each other in little ways, really making this series one that can be read in any order, depending on your mood! I loved the second chance romance of this book! It's not a trope I would usually consider for a "royal", but it was a perfect addition to the series!As with the others of the series ...more
Jamie Lee Zonneveld
Jun 26, 2020 rated it really liked it
Throne Together by Zoe Dawn is the third book in the Rosavia Royals Series. Each book is written by a different author.

This book is about the third prince, prince Julius and prince Dante of Thedes. They're childhood friends but haven't spoken in 4 years. I really liked Julius and Dante.
Jun 14, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: arcs, mm-bl, ebook, 2020-reads
5 stars

A wonderful second chance romance between best friends to almost strangers to lovers! This is all about Prince Julius of Rosavia, the third prince, and Prince Dante of Thedes trying to navigate their feelings for each other after being apart for 4 years. I loved getting to be inside Jules head while he worked out how he actually felt while Dante already knew his feelings. And the bracelets, maze scene and epilogue were just so perfect.

This was my first Zoe Dawn book but it will not be my
Jun 19, 2020 rated it really liked it
such a fun series.. 5 brothers.. 5 authors.. 5 different stories that dont technically need to be read in order but i highly recommend it because they are wonderful and so much fun. this one is about friends to lovers... about two guys who love and laugh.. who need each other more then air.. about a is wonderful and i cant wait for the 4th one.
Jun 25, 2020 rated it really liked it
Jules and Dante are both Princes from neighboring kingdoms as well as having been best friends since childhood.
Together they have a delicate, complicated relationship because of the royal connection..
I enjoyed their story about love over time and distance and royal protocol.
The overall story was very sweet, especially once they finally opened their mouths and vocalized their feelings and their misunderstandings of the years past. Although that's also when the puns became a little too ridiculous for me and took the humor down a notch. With a bit of conniving meddling from certain royals and a whole lot of nastiness from Rosavia's favorite reporter, their journey back together was a little more rocky than they expected, but when they found the courage to be honest wi ...more
Malini Menon
Jul 06, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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Jun 18, 2020 rated it liked it
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This is the third book in a five book series of concurrent stories, a unique setup where each story focuses on one of five brothers (the Princes of Rosavia), but includes references to the others’ respective stories which are all taking place at the same time. This story focuses on the middle child, Prince Julius (“Jules”) and his relationship with his oldest and closest friend, Prince Dante of Thedes. It’s a friends-to-lovers, second chance romance story, and while a light, easy read, neither t ...more
Mar 22, 2021 rated it liked it
Four down, one to go in the RR series. 2.5 stars rounded up for Throne Together. As I've stated previously, the narration of these stories does much to lift them up beyond the writing. If I had read this one I likely would've skimmed A LOT or perhaps DNF'd.

In general I felt the plot for this was pretty weak. It had a ton of potential what with two hot young BFF princes who'd had secretly pined for one another for years and then had a supposedly epic sexual encounter (who's to say, though, since
Thrown Together: Rosavia Royals Book 3 (audiobook)
MMy Confessions Thoughts and Review:

I struggled with both the story and the review for Thrown Together. NOT because the story lacked in its plot or had holes. NOT because the characters were flat. No, the characters were all multifaceted and lept off the page. NOT because the narration lacked in making the story come alive. No, just as with the other Rosavia Royals books, Kieran Flitton does an outstanding job breathing life into the characters.

Jul 07, 2020 rated it it was amazing
If you guys haven’t read this series yet, I will tell you again, you are missing out. Severely. This one broke my heart a lot. It’s a bit more angsty than the others so far, but it’s because it’s two best friends, hopelessly in love with the other, and neither knowing. It’s about lost loves and reuniting, reconnection and finally admitting who is the one.
Dante and Jules have been friends since birth. All the way through all their schooling, to the point that everyone thought they’d be together f
Nov 17, 2020 rated it really liked it
**Audio review**
I have really enjoyed the Rosavia Royals series so far and Throne Together is no different.
This book focuses on Prince Julius and his best friend, Dante. They were best friends all through childhood until the last moments of university when they gave into their attraction. However, Jules left and they hadn't spoken for several years. Now, after reuniting at an official event, Jules asks Dante to be his plus one to the Rosavian Ball so they can catch up and reconnect. It turns ou
Amy Stauffer
Two best friends. Two princes. Two countries. Two sock loving cats. Two weeks to reconnect.

They hadn’t seen each other in four years. Not since...well, they don’t talk about it. If they don’t talk about it, then it’s like it didn’t happen. Jules (Julius) and Danny (Dante) grew up together. They were inseparable. Jules was a Prince of Rosavia, Dante was a Prince of Thedes. They ran into each other by fate, and couldn’t resist catching up. What starts of cautious and tentative, shortly gives way t
Gabbi Grey
Nov 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
My heart is in Rosavia (an audio review)

I have dipped my toe into this series several times – starting at book 4, meandering back to 2, on to 5 and now 3. I’ve made a note to pick up book 1 and get to it soon. Why am I telling you this? Because it doesn’t matter where you start in this series, it only matters that you read all the books. This series of five books about five gay brothers who also happen to be princes is a little much in theory, but in execution, it just works.

Dante and Julius are
Jun 15, 2020 rated it really liked it
This is a fantastic shared world series about 5 brothers who so happen to be princes of the small but beautiful country of Rosavia. Although they can be all read as standalones (as the stories happen concurrently in the month before the Royal Ball), it's most definitely worth reading all of them. The authors manage to seamlessly add tidbits from the other stories in each book, but not so much as to give their plots away. It's just enough to show the interwoven nature of the stories and to give t ...more
Jul 07, 2020 rated it really liked it
Friends to lovers is always one of my favorite tropes, and toss in a couple of princes as the friends? That’s a recipe for a really good read. I loved that Jules and Dante had been best friends and closer than anyone practically their entire lives, to me those types of relationships are some of the most fun to read.

Both Jules and Dante are drawn to each other, neither one feeling truly complete without the other. Their first and only attempt at a physical relationship leaves them awkward with ea
Jun 18, 2020 rated it liked it
If you’re looking for a light, breezy book that you can finish in a few hours on the beach (and control your body at the appropriate places) then you could do worse than In His Court.

Insofar as this is a gay romance novel (which are unfortunately rarely designed to be masterpieces of literature) this read ticks all the boxes well. It’s a hot romp with some touching moments and of course, unfairly sexy men - whom I read as college boy types, physically. So if that sounds like your cup of tea, it
Mikki James - Peters
Jun 16, 2020 rated it really liked it
This is the third novel is the Rosavia Royals series. It may be read as a standalone (but I highly recommend reading all of them!). This novel features the friends to lovers trope and some royal hi-jinks between 5 princes searching for their forever.

Prince Julius is the third in line of the throne. Prince Dante is of royalty in a neighboring ocuntry to Rosavia, Thedes. Due to their same age they had been close friends since infancy and a lot of their family members joked that they would wed when
Nov 16, 2020 rated it really liked it
I especially love stories about childhood best friends to lovers and this is even better since they are both royal princes! I appreciated the fact that there were no misunderstandings about protocol and whatnot. They both were raised royally and as a result understood the importance of duty that is lacking in most royal romance pairings.

Other things that I enjoyed in the book would be the lower level of angst, giving more sweetness to the story, and the excellent narration that was super sexy. T
Cee Brown
Jun 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
♡🌟(¸.•♥´🌟They were two peas in a pod, until they weren't.

"Welcome to the tiny European country of Rosavia, where roses ramble over alpine slopes and princes fall for the men of their dreams."

Princes Dante and Julius had been paired together since birth. They had been each other's best friend, never one without the other. Everyone expected a wedding from them eventually. That never happened when college ended and Jay left for home following a change to both their lives
Stephanie W
Jun 25, 2020 rated it really liked it
Danny (Dante Ezio Kosmos Thedes - runner-up to the Thedian throne) and Jules (Julius William Fabian van Rosavia- third in line to the Rosavian throne) were friends since they were babies. Raised together, they were teased about being the other's boyfriend. Danny went to boarding school in Rosavia and Jules attended university in Thedes. Practically inseparable.

After knowing someone for decades, it is only natural to feel like a part of you will be missing post college. Danny secretly fantasized
Becky Baldridge
Jul 10, 2020 rated it really liked it
The handsome prince gets his... Well, he gets his handsome prince! Yep, 2 princes in Throne Together and they get a slow burn, friends to lovers romance. Jules and Dante are lovable and just a bit angsty as they sort it all out. I love that these guys know each other so well, yet they're both a little clueless about a relationship. Jules most especially, and it was great to see that growth in him as he realizes what's right in front of him. As I understand it, this is Zoe Dawn's debut, and I've ...more
Overall: 4 Stars
Performance: 5 Stars
Story: 4 Stars

Talk about a slow burn romance. "Throne Together" focuses on Prince Julius of Rosavia and Prince Dante of Thedes, lifelong best friends and, for one night in college, lovers before four years of radio silence despite serious mutual longing. Rather than external forces having kept the two apart, they faced overcoming considerable inner angst, trepidation, and past miscommunication in tentatively reestablishing their friendship and more. I would b
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