When I first started reading this book, I thought it was going to about Holly's effort to overcome the annoyances of her everyday life that were beyond her control. As it drifted away from that more predictable path and her princess persona revealed itself to be rather spoiled, I was a bit put off. I wanted to like Princess Holly, but she was proving to be the problem rather than the protagonist. As I continued, though, I saw the real message Watson was offering, and I came around. Princess at Midnight remains a cute story that's appropriate for all readers, but its depth actually gives one something to think about at the same time. Read Full Review
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