Book Review: The Princess Present by Meg Cabot

Saturday, February 09, 2013

The Princess Present by Meg Cabot
(Started and Finished: August 26, 2010)

Summary/Description:
Mia would give all the jewels in Genovia for the perfect present. 
Every year, Princess Mia spends the holidays in Genovia with Grandmère. This year, she's looking forward to the most perfect Christmas ever: her boyfriend, Michael, and her best friend, Lilly, are coming to Genovia, too. But even a princess's plans can go awry. Lilly has a lot to learn about palace protocol, and with all the state holiday functions Mia must attend, there's no time to linger under the mistletoe with Michael. Worst of all, Mia hasn't been able to find him the perfect gift. 
Can Mia stop her (bah-hum)bugging long enough to see that the perfect present has nothing to do with international express courier-and everything to do with real love? (Though some shiny silver ribbon never hurts.) [From Shelfari]
Review: 5 stars, Favorite
Like the Project Princess, The Princess Present is a short read. It will not take a whole day for you to finish this book. Actually, it will take you an hour or so, depending on how fast you read. This book is about how Mia celebrated her Christmas in Genovia plus the fact that Michael and Lilly will spend the holidays there for a week is exciting enough. The book is pack of royalties. They will be scandalized, Grandmere will faint, Lilly has gone wild, Mia's-sort-of-cat-feeding-program, Michael is just the sweetest beau, a sinking cruise ship plus the humor that goes with it. You just can't get enough of this series and Meg Cabot.

Sound snippet:
Trouble by Pink
I'm trouble
Yeah trouble now
I'm trouble ya'll
I disturb my town
I'm trouble
Yeah trouble now
I'm trouble ya'll
I got trouble in my town

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