Title: The Truth About Happily Ever After
Author: Karole Cozzo
Publisher: Swoon Reads
Publication date: May 16th 2017
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Young Adult
Rating: 3 / 5 stars
Chin up, Princess, or the crown will slip.
A theme park princess must put her life back together after her happily ever after falls apart in The Truth About Happily Ever After, a contemporary YA romance from Karole Cozzo, author of How to Keep Rolling After a Fall and How to Say I Love You Out Loud.
Everything was supposed to be perfect. Alyssa has a job she loves, working as Cinderella at her favorite theme park; a fantastic group of friends; and a boyfriend who will no longer be long distance. But as the summer progresses, her prince becomes less charming and more distant, and Alyssa’s perfect summer falls apart.
Forced to acknowledge that life is not always a fairy tale, Alyssa starts working to pull her herself back together. Fortunately, she doesn’t have to do it alone. With her friend Miller’s support, she’s determined to prove that she’s more than just a pretty princess. And with his help, maybe she’s finally ready for something better than dreams. Maybe she’s ready for something real.
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I should have posted this last week, but I was distracted. I’m sorry for that. If you didn’t know yet, I really love cooking and baking (I don’t like to do the dishes though), and so, this is actually an excuse for me to share or show off the recipes that I like. 😀
Anyways, last week, I finished reading How Hard Can Love Be, a sequel to Am I Normal Yet, written by Holly Bourne. The protagonist for this book is Amber, best friend of Evie (protagonist for the first book), and Lottie. This time, the setting is in America instead of England, more specifically, at a summer camp near Lake Tahoe.
Hey there, everyone 😀
So, I bet some of you must have felt like eating something when you read, like when you read Stephanie Perkin’s Lola and the Boy Next Door, you’ll feel like eating pies because Lola’s dad bake pies. Or maybe you read some books that made you sad or depressed and all you want is some comfort food. Or maybe something from a book reminds you of some food.
OR maybe that’s just me haha
Anyways, this is how it works. It’s simple really. Just come up with a recipe or menu to go with a book you were reading. Continue reading