Royal Wedding

Royal Wedding

Book - 2015
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The first adult installment of the Princess Diaries series "follows Princess Mia and her Prince Charming as they plan their fairy tale wedding--but a few poisoned apples could turn this happily-ever-after into a royal nightmare"--Page 4 of cover.
For Princess Mia, the five years since college graduation have been a whirlwind of activity. Living in New York City, running her new teen community center, attending royal engagements. And speaking of engagements. Mia's longtime boyfriend Michael managed to clear both their schedules just long enough for an exotic (and very private) Caribbean island interlude where he popped the question! But now Mia has a scandal of majestic proportions to contend with: her grandmother's leaked 'fake' wedding plans to the press. And a scheming politico is trying to force Mia's father from the throne, all because of a royal secret that could leave Genovia without a monarch. Is Mia ready to wed-- and ready to rule as well?
Publisher: New York, NY :, William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers,, 2015
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780062379085
Characteristics: 434 pages ; 21 cm


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Sep 21, 2017

Modern or not, I'm not entirely sold on the message the book is conveying about Mia's romantic life or marriage choices. However, this book is miles better than any other Princess Diaries book, because there are finally numerous, full chapters that feel written by an intelligent and thoughtful human being. Mia has certainly matured, but I'd be worried if Miss Cabot has also matured, because I feel like she was capable of writing this all along, and readers were disserviced by the exclusion of such well-written prose.

sarahbru17 Jul 03, 2017

Characters: 9/10
Plot: 7/10
Writing: 9/10
I was thrilled to find out Meg Cabot had extended one of my absolute favorite series. This book takes place several years after the tenth book, which is a good gap to make the jump. Mia’s voice is hilarious and fun as usual, and this was a very quick and fun read. I love Michael more than ever—I would marry him myself in a heartbeat if he were real. There were two plot twists that I totally didn’t see coming. Even though there was drama, everything was very happy. I totally want to re-read the series…again. :D

Dec 02, 2016

* I am beyond thrilled that Meg Cabot finally wrote an adult installment of the Princess Diaries series. (Princess Mia turns 26 in this book.) I've been waiting a long time for this.

* So many exciting things happen in this book. It's like Meg Cabot was making up for lost time. I am tempted to divulge all the juicy news, but I know I shouldn't reveal spoilers. Instead I'll just make a couple general statements about what I like best about the book...

* One of the things I love about Mia is that she always works to make the world a better place. Mia may be older, wiser, and slightly more sarcastic than she was in high school, but she retains her optimism, sense of humor, and decency.

* As she did in past books, Mia frequently references Star Trek, Star Wars, and other fandoms. She's my kind of gal. :)

Oct 30, 2015

This was OK, I didn't finish it. It was for an older audience than the other ones.

Oct 29, 2015

Usually like Cabot but was really disappointed with this book, and did not finish it. Didn't realize it was part of the Princess Diaries series, and Ihaven't read the other books, but I have seen the movies. Just couldn't get past this being a teen story - had no interest at all, characters were just too silly. Better be a Princess Diaries fan.

Oct 17, 2015

Soooo good!

Mia’s eye is twitching and no one else seems to notice. Her cousin, Ivan, is running for PM against her father and so far it seems as if he is going to win – no thanks, of course to His Royal Highness getting arrested for speeding around in a race car. But not everything is falling apart, the best boyfriend ever, Michael Moscovitz, is able to find some time to take Mia away to a very private, exotic local where he pops the question. Mia’s teen community centre is doing well and her employees are awesome. But being a princess isn’t easy; things are about to get complicated for Mia, Michael, and her entire family.

My life was lacking without getting to read the diaries of Princess Mia. Starting to read the eleventh installation of the Princess Diaries series, six years after the publication of the 10th and what readers thought was going to be the final book, was like coming home. Aside from the fact that Mia has grown up and is comfortable talking about adult things now, Cabot still captured the voice and feeling of the original Princess Diaries books. Getting to see Mia as an adult, a woman of my own age was wonderful. All of the essential characters are back for this installment and it was pretty amazing getting to see how their lives are going.

theycallmehoops Jul 31, 2015

So good. It feels like all the other Princess diaries books except that Mia is now a 26 year old woman.

Jul 28, 2015

I can't wait to read!!!!

Jul 07, 2015

Huge disappointment after Forever Princess. The drama was way over-the-top, the humor was stale, and adult Mia sounded exactly the same as teen Mia. The only high point was Michael.

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Sexual Content: Lots of fade-to-black, non-graphic sex scenes.


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