Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan Writing Styles in The Royal We

Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan
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Point of View

This novel is told in the first-person by its protagonist, Bex Porter. Her tone is casual and conversational, which emphasizes the fact that she is just a “normal” girl who happens to get caught up in a romance with a decidedly abnormal guy.

Bex as a character and Bex as a narrator sometimes diverge. She is highly observant of others, and highly introspective--but her character is often passive, and does not act on the information she explicitly knows. Thus, Bex’s perspective adds a sometimes-contrasting perspective to the events of the novel. For example, when Nick is away with the Navy, and Bex is being groomed by the Palace for her role as the future Duchess, she bottles up her feeling and expresses them solely to the reader. She feels trapped, but seemingly goes along with anything the palace desires. It is not until Part...

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