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The Selection

The Selection by Keira Cass

I loved this book. It is one of my personal favorites. I give it a 5 out of 5 stars. 

Imagine a chance to be a princess. In the Selection, 35 girls are given a chance to win the luxurious lifestyle of a lavish royal. For most people this is a dream come true, a chance to move up from the caste they were born in. For America Singer, this is not what she sees. She sees a life without her secret love, Aspen. America puts her name into the lottery, assuming she definitely will not be picked. America was born a 5 and her love, Aspen is a 6. If she marries him, she will move down in caste. When America is picked to enter the Selection, she is very surprised.

She doesn’t care about the fact that the prince, Prince Maxon is in the highest caste, 1, where only royalty are. America goes into the competition expecting to hate Maxon. When she meets him however, America may begin to change her mind. 

This book is the first book in a series. It is meant to entertain. This book is a fantasy romance. It is a very interesting and captivating book. I recommend this book to anyone who likes romance novels and anyone who likes fantasy novels. 

This book is available in Kindle format and in paperback. It is included with Kindle Unlimited so this is a perfect time to start a free trial! If you don't have a kindle, you can read it on any device. I would rather read it on a Kindle especially when I am reading at night. Quarantine has made it hard to get books from libraries and other places where books are normally abundant, so Kindle Unlimited has been very helpful to have. 

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