“Just when Mia thought she had the whole Princess thing under control …
Things get out of hand, fast:
Since Mia’s the brand-new crown princess of Genovia, indomitable dowager princess Grandmere arranges a national primetime interview for her. With just a few innocent remarks, Mia manages to enrage her best friend Lilly, practically get one of her teachers fired, and alienate the entire country of Genovia. (Population 50,000, but still!)
There’s the havoc of the interview’s aftermath and her dreaded princess lessons at the Plaza. Plus an unexpected announcement from her mother, and intriguing, exasperating letters from a secret admirer. Mia is swept up in a whirlwind of royal intrigue the likes of which hasn’t been seen since volume I of The Princess Diaries.
What’s an heir to the royal throne to do?”
This was a cute book. It’s more juvenile than typical YA, but that’s to be expected, I guess.
I do wish that these books covered a bit more of a timeline than a couple weeks each book. I think it would help the story stretch out a bit. Or maybe I’m just assuming the book should cover more time because the movies did.