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Princess in the Spotlight

Princess in the Spotlight by Meg Cabot

Rating :


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


Summary:

Caution: Spoiler alert! Don’t read until you have finished reading Princess Diaries.


Becoming a princess seems like every girl’s dream, right? Wrong. For Amelia Mignonette Grimaldi Thermopolis Renaldo, she is finding out more and more reasons to be less than thrilled about being a princess. On top of the things she already hated, things like, princess lessons, paparazzi, and fake friends, Mia is discovering much more. 


Mia’s mom, who just recently started dating Mia’s algebra teacher, makes a huge announcement. She is pregnant with Mr. Gianini’s child. They decide to get married. Meanwhile, Mia is still just about failing algebra. 


Grandmere pulls some strings, and lands an interview for Mia. This just piles more onto Mia’s stress. She accidentally lets it slip about her mother’s pregnancy to millions of viewers. Grandmere is very excited that they plan on getting married. She starts to plan an extravagant wedding for the happy couple.

Unfortunately, Helen Thermopolis and Frank Gianini do not want a big wedding. They want a small celebration with just the closest family members. Grandmere will stop at nothing to get what she wants.


Review: 


I loved this book. It just keeps getting more interesting as it goes along. I, again, love Meg Cabot’s style of writing. A lot of things seem very relatable. I recommend this book for teens. I recommend this book to anyone who likes romance or young adult novels involving high school. 


This book was written to entertain readers. It is a realistic fiction book. Although it is not unlikely for someone to suddenly find out that they are a princess, but it is not entirely impossible for this to happen. 


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