The Frog Prince (To Catch a Prince, #2)
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The Frog Prince (To Catch a Prince, #2)

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"Two summer in Paris...

one heir to the fashion throne...


Can this summer possibly top the last?

When Helene's estranged father invites her to spend a summer with him in Paris, the combo of her new movie-star stepmother, lovingly dubbed by the press the Ice Queen, and the father she barely knows isn't making her scream "oui!" Her best friend and stepsister,...more
Paperback, 203 pages
Published May 1st 2006 by Simon Pulse
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i did not enjoy this book. Barely making it through the first, i only kept on with the series because: 1. i had already finished the first book and was hoping the second picked up a little bit 2. I don't like to quit in the middle of a series for fear that i will miss something good, and lastly 3. because i had already bought the second book when i realized the first one wasnt exactly worthy of my time. Sitting on a plane flying to Los Angeles from D.C., i had enough time to finish this book.

Alexis and Helene go to Paris for the summer, to stay with Helene's dad and new stepmother. Alexis was supposed to go to Greece with her deadbeat mother but she cancelled at the last minute and upset her daughter. Helene's stepmother is nasty to Helene but sweet to Alexis, even getting Alexis an internship at Vedette, a hot fashion house. Very cute book, with another prince quest for the girls.
Aug 07, 2009 Heidi rated it 1 of 5 stars
Shelves: ya
A cliched look at Paris life, which, ironically, misses much of the actual beauty of the city. It did keep my attention, the characters were interesting, and the plot well enough laid out, and there were even some good moral lessons, but some of them were annoying told more strongly than shown, but worse, they were hardly realistic, and ignored much of real human emotions.
this book was about to step-sisters/best friends, who, to their surprise, find themselves together in thew city of romance, aka paris, france. they both find love, and find professions in areas they love most. It was a great, short read.
the only reason I got this book of the shelf because it sounded like me and my bestie and it turned out it had alot off fashion designing in it too .my other fav thing !!
i want to work for a fashion designer in Paris. i liked the story, but i liked the first book better.
Zatul Mira
Sep 28, 2007 Zatul Mira rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anis
one of the best teenage love story dat i hv read..!
romantic n simple language use.
I thought it was kinda boring honestly. Ending was a bit rushed too.
Apr 04, 2011 Paige rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: 2011
This had nothing to do with frogs
Rushed ending
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Gillian McKnight is the author of To Catch a Prince and The Frog Prince. She holds an MFA in creative writing from the New School. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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