Truly madly royally

Debbie Rigaud

Book - 2019

New Jersey girl Zora Emerson is attending her pre-college prep at Halstead University, where the incredibly wealthy and stuck-up students go, and after only a week she is feeling academically confident but socially out of place; then an awkward mix-up of cell phones brings her into closer contact with Owen Whittelsey (prince of a small European country) and his security guards--but it is when Owen asks her to be his date at his brother's royal wedding that life becomes really complicated.

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Subjects
Genres
Romance fiction
Published
New York, NY : Point, an imprint of Scholastic Inc 2019.
Edition
First edition
Language
English
Physical Description
289 pages ; 21 cm
ISBN
9781338332728
1338332724
Main Author
Debbie Rigaud (author)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

New Jersey girl Zora Emerson is attending her pre-college prep at Halstead University, where the incredibly wealthy and stuck-up students go, and after only a week she is feeling academically confident but socially out of place; then an awkward mix-up ofcell phones brings her into closer contact with Owen Whittelsey (prince of a small European country) and his security guards--but it is when Owen asks her to be his date at his brother's royal wedding that life becomes really complicated.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

Certain she will not fit in with her higher-privileged classmates at an elite summer program, an ambitious teen forges an unexpected bond with the prince of a small European country and struggles with media attention when he asks her to be his date at a royal wedding. Original.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

An #ownvoices Point Paperback original that is like The Princess Diaries for this generation -- pure wish-fulfillment fun, from new talent Debbie Rigaud.

Review by Publisher Summary 4

"The Princess Diaries meets Meghan and Harry in this swoony rom-com!" -- In Touch MagazineZora Emerson is not here to play. She's enrolled in a prestigious summer program, and is ready to use what she's learning to change the world (or at least her corner of New Jersey, for now).Zora's not expecting to vibe with any of her super-privileged classmates. So she's shocked to find she's got chemistry with Owen Whittelsey, who is charming, funny, undeniably cute...and turns out to literally be a prince. As in, his parents are the king and queen of a small European country. What?Suddenly, Zora's summer is looking a lot more complicated -- especially when Owen asks her to be his date at his older brother's wedding. Can her feelings for Owen, not to mention her sense of self, survive the royal chaos?Debbie Rigaud brings sparkling humor and insight to this empowering romantic comedy that's all about ruling your own destiny.