Yes it's an old one.
It's Meg Cabot's Princess In Love!
Last year when I co-hosted the Meg-a-Readers with Mandy from the Romance Bookie, Meg was so kind to send another box of books to give away.
Along with a note saying there was a special place for me in John's Underworld, that almost made me cry. Only Meg Cabot can say something like that and make me so happy.
We had more books than weeks to give them all away so I still have a few waiting, in a box under the bed, to see the world again.
Well actually the country.
Sorry but I have to keep it US only.
Opening it to everyone not just the Love-A-Thoners but anyone who did join this weekend gets an extra two entries!
And if I get a certain amount of entries, don't know how many yet but I'll know it if we get there, I'll add a second winner with one of the other Meg Cabot books I have waiting.
As of now I don't know when, or if, I'll be giving them away, so I might as well put them up now that I'm in a giving mood!
About Princess In Love:
Princess Amelia Mignonette Grimaldi Thermopolis Renaldo may seem the luckiest girl ever. She's a princess, for starters. She also lives in New York City. And while she's no supermodel, mirrors do not crack at her reflection. Best of all, she finally has a boyfriend.
The truth is, however, that Mia spends all her time doing one of three things: preparing for her nerve-racking entrée into Genovian society under the slave-driving but elegant Grandmére, slogging through congestion unique to Manhattan in December, and avoiding further smooches from her hapless boyfriend, Kenny.
All she wants is a little peace and quiet...and a certain someone else to be her boyfriend. For Mia, being a princess in love is not the fairy tale it's supposed to be...or is it?
This is the 3rd book in The Princess Diaries series so it might be best to read the first two, but honestly not necessary if you really don't want to.
But you'll probably want to.
If you're curious here's my original thoughts from 10 years ago when I first read it.
Be warned I was 14.
I know forms are so 2011, but I like them.