On my blog today I am spotlighting a fun book I am reading: Frogs & Toads by Stacy Lynn Carroll
This book is the story of four sisters (Mary, Rachel, Elizabeth and Dana) whose last name happens to be Princess. Their individual Prince Charmings turn out to be losers, and are kicked to the curb before they can influence their five daughters in a bad way. The five Princess cousins: Snow White, Cinderella, Belle and twins: Aurora and Ariel go on separate journeys to discover who their fathers are in typical princess style ... together.
Their fathers have differing reactions when discovering they have teenage daughters they have never seen. Add in the teens' own personal Prince Charmings (or lack of said princes) and the story is one most every young lady can relate to. Stacy Lynn Carroll has weaved together an entertaining tale with many twists and turns. Modern day girls who embrace their memorable names and make them their own. After reading this book, you'll never think of princesses in quite the same way. :)
One kiss can change the future...for better or for worse.
Belle and her cousins have conquered their fears. Now as they navigate their way through the dating world, they start to see a "happily ever after" on the horizon. But when an unexpected school assignment forces them to examine their past, the Princess sisters realize they have a lot of questions about the fathers they've never met. Secrets are revealed, long lost family members are discovered, and now the girls must decide who belongs in their future and who should be kept in the past.
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Stacy Lynn Carroll has always loved telling stories. She started out at Utah State University where she pursued a degree in English, learned how to western swing, and watched as many of her fellow students became ‘True Aggies’. She then finished her BA at the University of Utah where she got an emphasis in creative writing. After college she worked as an administrative assistant, where she continued to write stories for the amusement of her co-workers. When her first daughter was born, and with the encouragement of a fortune cookie, she quit her job and became a full-time mommy and writer. She and her husband have three children, two Corgis, and a fish named Don.