Only now I'm falling all over myself to impress my crush, who just happens to be a prince, I've gotten myself tangled up in a tabloid disaster literally and the "It" clique on campus has decided that I am worthy of their evil scorn. What have I gotten myself into?"
My Review: I liked this book because it was set in Europe, and I'm a sucker for books set in Europe---especially books set in grand, fancy locations in Europe, like this one. The book was actually pretty cliche to read; I could guess basically the whole plot ten pages into the book. But it was still a fun, fluffy read. I liked the main character; she wasn't a passive twit, she actually stood up for herself, which was refreshing. The only BIG problem I had with this book was the dialogue. It was WAY too formal and fake. I understand that these kids are elitists and fancy and rich and stuff, but even Lucy---an army brat from the States---talked this way. They never used slang and they always said really strange, way-too-formal sounding phrases. And the conversations sounded unnatural, for a bunch of teenagers. But otherwise, it was an okay book.
Cover: Okay, I like this cover. I know: it's TOTALLY tacky and gauche, but hey, it's eye-catching! You've gotta give it that! And it's cheerful. I also like that part.
Overall Grade: B-