(From the publisher):
Princess Jacqueline de Soignee is used to having her life handed to her on a silver platter. But being a princess in the 21st century isn't easy, and there are certain rules that she must adhere to, such as "never wear your tiara before five in the afternoon: to do so is gauche." The Princess-In-Training Manual
is a flip, irreverent first-person look at what it takes to be a princess in the modern world.
Divas Don't Fake It is a first-person fiction narrative guiding readers through the levels of "divadom," and takes a revealing look at what it takes to be a diva -- you don't need anything but lipstick and eyeliner . . . and a suitcase full of self-confidence and attitude. These semi-tongue-in-cheek vignettes will resonate with any young woman who loves -- or has always dreamed of -- being the center of attention.
Original title: The Princess-in-Training Manual/Divas Don't Fake It
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Contemporary
Fiction→ General Fiction→ Humor
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