The Princess Sisters by Stacy Lynn Carroll

July 16, 2013 | 1 Comment
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PrincessSistersThe only thing she stands to lose are her shoes.

Cinderella is an ordinary teenage girl, with an extraordinary name. But because of that name, she and her cousins, Belle, Aurora, Ariel, and Snow White suffer years of torment from their peers. Then as the girls enter high school and the enticing world of dating, a life-altering decision must be made. Is it finally time to stop fighting, and surrender to the fairy tale clichés that have been holding them back?

By embracing their names, the girls discover an inner-strength they never knew existed.

And by putting everything they have on the line, maybe, just maybe they will discover there really is such a thing as ‘happily ever after’.

Previously published in 2010.

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Title: The Princess Sisters (Book 1)

Author: Stacy Lynn Carroll

Publisher: Pink Frog Press

Release Date: July 7, 2013

ISBN: 978-0615848297

Formats: 286 pages, 5.5 x 8.5, softcover; e-book

Genre: Young Adult



One response to “The Princess Sisters by Stacy Lynn Carroll

  1. Gayle Humpherys

    My two older girls really enjoyed this story, but I have some mixed feelings about it. First, I thought the whole Princess name thing was a little ridiculous, but it was fun how each girl’s fear tied in to her princess counterpart. I was also a little put off by some of the small events in the book (the girls tasting champagne, telling lies to their moms, etc.) considering how old they were. Plus the writing style in several places just rubbed me the wrong way. I did like how the girls (cousins) had such a close relationship and especially how they worked to overcome their fears and deal with the bullying problems at school. Overall, a cute story!

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