The Royal Companion by Tanya Bird

The Royal Companion

By Tanya Bird

  • Release Date: 2017-03-23
  • Genre: Historical
Score: 4.5
From 33 Ratings
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Bound by tradition. Now they must follow the rules.


Companions are the kingdom’s most beautiful and educated women—possessions of Syrasan’s royal men. Aldara is sixteen years old when she is sold by her farming family to the obnoxious Prince Pandarus as a gift for his younger brother, Prince Tyron. Resistant at first, the new Companion soon realises she must embrace the role or face the consequences of her failure. 

Prince Tyron has just returned from war. All he wants is privacy to grieve the men who died at the border. At his brother’s insistence, Tyron attends a social hunt where his Companion is introduced for the first time. He senses something beneath the polished exterior presented to him. She is not like the others.

While initial encounters between the troubled war hero and his reluctant Companion are awkward, their connection is immediate. But they are soon reminded by those closest to them that there is no place for love between a prince and his Companion.

Set amid grief and war, The Royal Companion is a heart-warming love story about what it means to give yourself over to another.

Trigger warning: This book contains sexual violence.


  • The Royal Companion

    By Mishkarose
    I loved this book and the entire series but I recommend purchasing all three novels at once so you can continue to experience the amazing roller coaster of emotions without interruption! It was hard to go to work as I didn’t want to stop reading. This author, Tanya Bird, is seriously talented. If I were a movie producer I would be knocking on her door.
  • Buy the next book to read the ending

    By pammymak
    I hate when the story is left unfinished!! I do not recommend
  • Terrific!

    By Dgummeson
    I loved this book! The characters are well developed and the plot is well developed. I can't wait for the next book in the series.