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EBOOK ⚞ Royal Wedding Disaster ⚨ Unabridged,audio compact discs,hoursYou are invited to a Genovian Royal Wedding in this second book pulled FROM THE NOTEBOOKS OF A MIDDLE SCHOOL PRINCESS, a Princess Diaries spin off series, written and illustrated by New York Times bestselling author Meg CabotOlivia Grace Clarisse Mignonette Harrison still finds it hard to believe that she s a real live PRINCESS OF GENOVIA Not only does she get to live in an actual palace with her newly discovered family and two fabulous poodles who all love her and think that she s anything but ordinary but she also gets her very own PONY Of course, things aren t going exactly like she imagined Her half sister Mia is very busy learning how to take over the country while trying to plan a wedding and her father is actually getting remarried himself to Mia s mother and spends most of his time renovating the summer palace, although Grandmere says he is just hiding from the wedding preparations Olivia hardly gets to see either of themFortunately, Grandmere has her own plans for Mia s wedding, and needs Olivia s help to pull them off Just when Olivia starts to think that things are going to work out after all, the palace is invaded by a host of new cousins and other royals who all seem to be angry at Olivia although Grandmere says they are just jealousAs the day of the wedding gets closer and closer, Olivia becomes and worried For such a carefully planned event, it seems like a LOT of things are going wrong Can Olivia keep this royal wedding from becoming a royal disaster I always enjoy a quick read, especially when it s written by Ms Cabot This one continues with the series and has Olivia attending school before the big wedding day I will admit that there were times where I wanted to slap her for letting her cousin get away with being rude, but I guess she s just doing what a princess should Good book and a great example for young kids. Oh the cute fluffiness It s absolutely hilarious because the kids often discuss who likes who and who s hot and who s not I m just sitting there laughing like, You guys are literally twelve LOL I remember those days Oh to be a child who thinks they know what love is Also let it be known that Olivia s dog Snowball is a poodle Let it ALSO be known that the dog on the cover is NOT A POODLE but rather a WESTSHIRE TERRIER LOOKING POOCH Am I salty for a stupid reason Maybe.BUT DETAILS MATTER, YO Oh the cute fluffiness It s absolutely hilarious because the kids often discuss who likes who and who s hot and who s not I m just sitting there laughing like, You guys are literally twelve LOL I remember those days Oh to be a child who thinks they know what love is Also let it be known that Olivia s dog Snowball is a poodle Let it ALSO be known that the dog on the cover is NOT A POODLE but rather a WESTSHIRE TERRIER LOOKING POOCH Am I salty for a stupid reason Maybe.BUT DETAILS MATTER, YO I received an Advance Reader Copy from the publisher This in no way impacted on my view.Bridesmaid in Training is the second book in Cabot s new MG series, following the life of Mia s long lost sister, Olivia This book takes place roughly during the second half of Royal Wedding, if you ve read that one Olivia is now in Genovia with her family, and is learning about the ins and outs of being a princess, at the same time as learning how to be the best bridesmaid for her wonderful sister She s I received an Advance Reader Copy from the publisher This in no way impacted on my view.Bridesmaid in Training is the second book in Cabot s new MG series, following the life of Mia s long lost sister, Olivia This book takes place roughly during the second half of Royal Wedding, if you ve read that one Olivia is now in Genovia with her family, and is learning about the ins and outs of being a princess, at the same time as learning how to be the best bridesmaid for her wonderful sister She s has a nice time with her Grandm re as shown in the little e short, Royal Day Out , but now her cushty time is about to change Even though there s only a few weeks left of the school year, Olivia has to start at the prestigious Royal Genovian Academy, home to many of the world s young prince and princesses, and she soon learns that not all royals are as nice as her new family.As Olivia grows in Genovia, she really grows as a person I ll admit, I had to ask twitter how old she was, cause the American grade school system has always confused me, but for a 12 year old, she seems really mature She s still a little insecure in her new family, not really feeling as if she fits in yet, because it s all new, and she is trying to be perfect But the thing is, she doesn t need to be The whole extended family, including her soon to be step brother, Rocky, love her, as she is, and when she finally realises this, it s perfect.Once she starts at the Academy, she realises that not everyone is nice, and not everyone like her new found status as princess Her cousin who should be helping her, is trying to sabotage her, and any new friendships she might make, including with the kind Prince Even though Olivia is only 12, her feelings are starting to blossom, and seeing her little case of puppy love grow into something a bit , was sort of like seeing Mia falling in love with Michael all over again.0Yes, this series is a little young for me, but I ve always loved Cabot s writing, and Olivia is sort of like the little sister I ve never had, but would have loved Seeing her, and Mia, is a return to my childhood, and I can t wait to seefrom their growing relationship, and growing family Really cute, Olivia is such a sweet character It s funny to see how much she and Mia differ.I belong to Mia s generation and I was exactly like her, but I see young kids Olivia s age and they re SO mature for their age compared to how I was So it s nice to see that in this book.I could have done without the romance, though, I feel like Olivia s interactions with Grandm re and the rest of the family weren t delved into as deeply as they should have been.They all seemed very distant, for all Really cute, Olivia is such a sweet character It s funny to see how much she and Mia differ.I belong to Mia s generation and I was exactly like her, but I see young kids Olivia s age and they re SO mature for their age compared to how I was So it s nice to see that in this book.I could have done without the romance, though, I feel like Olivia s interactions with Grandm re and the rest of the family weren t delved into as deeply as they should have been.They all seemed very distant, for all that Olivia kept telling us otherwise I guess it s a case of telling instead of showing