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Princess in Disguise: A Tale of the Wide-Awake Princess, Book 4

By Tracy Moore, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Fewer thrills, more relationship focus in this installment.

Book E.D. Baker Fantasy 2015
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This installment in the series isn't as suspenseful as the previous books, but it upholds the series tradition of giving Annie room to be resourceful, smart, headstrong, and compassionate. It also provides a deeper exploration of her relationship with Liam and shows what a mutually respectful relationship of equals looks like.

The plot's twists and turns are less thrilling than in earlier books, and the focus here is more on Annie and Liam's relationship than on Annie's individual problem-solving. But the team works together to solve problems and establish themselves as benevolent, kind royals, with the focus on their compassion as a couple.

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