…the reality, Carrie finds out, isn't exactly a fairy tale.
Carrie Whitmore, aspiring journalist, wakes up after a building collapse to find herself in a world where she is a spoiled, bratty princess engaged to a self-indulgent egomaniac. She has no college education and no friends at all. Carrie finds out that "she" wants nothing to do with the crown after the death of her brother and is happy being bitter, cruel and reclusive.
But that's the old Princess Barbara, lost in the tragic accident that slipped Carrie into the Princess's life. Carrie must change the way the people of the Nation perceive her. Her journey to learn who she is in this new world and to deal with the twists and turns of her unwillingly adopted life will change her perception of everything and everyone around her.
And maybe, just maybe, she'll get the fairy tale princess ending every little girl dreams of.
This was a really good read! The plot continued to kept me going and never let go of it's hold on me.
The story of Carrie waking up to find herself as heir to the throne of America (love that America is a Kingdom by the way, lol) and trying to fudge her way into her new reality is quite entertaining! I really enjoyed her finding "herself", which really is finding a way to mix the two personalities.
I loved all the characters and felt really attached to everyone. Maryann, Emma, Jason, Terry, Richard, and especially the sassy Sierra (and I totally wanna hear more of her and Grey!!).
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