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Princess in Love

Princess in Love by Meg Cabot

Rating:


I give this book a rating of 4.5 stars out of 5 stars.


Summary: 

Spoiler alert!- Don’t read this review until you have finished the first two books in the Princess Diaries series. 


Mia’s dreams are finally coming true, aren’t they? She finally has a boyfriend. She is the princess of a small principality in Genovia. Unfortunately for her, this life isn’t all unicorns and rainbows. Between trying to stop Kenny from kissing her and avoiding conversation about that, she also has to start getting ready for her introduction into Genovia. 


What’s the big problem with having a boyfriend? Mia does not like her boyfriend. Kenny is nice and all, but Mia just doesn’t feel that way about him. She can’t bring herself to break up with him. 


The person Mia has really fallen for is Michael Moscovitz. Unfortunately he appears to be dating Judith Gershner. Judith Gershner is a genius who can clone fruit flies. Michael also has many reason to not like Mia. Of course, she happens to be failing algebra, and we can’t forget, Michael thinks she really likes Kenny. 


Review: 


I liked this book a lot. It is the third book in the Princess Diaries series. The reason that I didn’t give this book a whole 5 stars is because I didn’t relate to Mia as much in this book. No matter what her Grandmere says, it is just plain mean to lead on Kenny. 


Even though dating Kenny has its benefits for Mia, she should break up with him. It is clear that he is no more than a friend to her. There are ways to break up with someone without breaking their heart. That is one of the reasons I did not like this book as much as the first two.

I do recommend this book series to anyone who likes young adult romance novels. This book is realistic fiction. This book is written with the intent of entertaining.


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