Book Review: Princess in Practice by Connie Glynn

Title: Princess in Practice by Connie Glynn

Genre: Fantasy

Rating: 3.5 stars.

Blurb (From Amazon) Lottie and Ellie are back! 

Return to Rosewood Hall with your two favourite princesses in the sequel to Undercover Princess!


As they return to Rosewood after the dramatic events of their first year, Lottie and Ellie are hoping for a peaceful term.

But strange things are happening at Rosewood. Pupils are being poisoned. 

Is the threat of secret organisation Leviathan growing closer? 

Lottie and Ellie are determined to find the culprit, but danger could be closer than they think…

My verdict: I started reading this series in university because things were getting too heavy and I couldn’t cope so I wanted some escapism. The second book doesn’t disappoint and I just want to say thank you to Connie for putting in an LGBT storyline because that is still underrated in mainstream fiction. It’s like Harry Potter meets once upon a time meets the hunger games and that is a winning combination for Connie G. Thank you for strong female characters and incorporating disability as well.

It’s light Fiction for those who aren’t ready

for Harry Potter, that can become can get deep.

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