Undercover Princess by Connie Glynn Review

There are no words to describe how much I loved this book!

Much like Connie Glynn (aka Noodlerella) I love princesses (my favourites are Aurora and Ariel) –  I also love princes and palaces, and the other worlds that you can get lost in –  and, thanks to JK Rowling and her Harry Potter series, a great love for boarding schools that have cool house names, and a magical air about them. Undercover Princess gave me all of what I love-  even the other world, because I felt like Rosewood Hall was a whole other world away from the one that I normally live in.#

I loved Lottie, Ellie , Lola and Micky and, in the end ,Jamie’s character’s – though of course there were characters I didn’t like at all or just didn’t feel a connection with.

Now, I apologise for this, but I’m going to have a little rant right now (which I rarely do): I respect other people’s opinions, and there are always going to be negative reviews on books –  but I find that suggesting YouTubers only get a book deal because of their audience and not their penmanship (I have seen a number of this type of comment on books by YouTubers) , is frankly wrong, as well as insulting to the author: they’ve worked hard on, and put all they have, into what’s released, and if what they’ve worked on – if they’re writing –  wasn’t good, I very much doubt that the publisher would have published their books.

Stay true to yourself, and remember don’t ever let anyone deter you from the path you wish to take.

Kath xoxo

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