The Princess And The Fangirl by Ashley Poston (Review)

'Imogen Lovelace is an ordinary fangirl on an impossible mission: save her favorite character, Princess Amara, from being killed off from her favorite franchise, Starfield. The problem is, Jessica Stone—the actress who plays Princess Amara—wants nothing more than to leave the intense scrutiny of the fandom behind. If this year's ExcelsiCon isn't her last, she'll consider her career derailed.

When a case of mistaken identity throws look-a-likes Imogen and Jess together, they quickly become enemies. But when the script for the Starfield sequel leaks, and all signs point to Jess, she and Imogen must trade places to find the person responsible. That's easier said than done when the girls step into each other's shoes and discover new romantic possibilities, as well as the other side of intense fandom. As these "princesses" race to find the script-leaker, they must rescue themselves from their own expectations, and redefine what it means to live happily ever after. '

This book was Geektastic.

I really enjoyed this book. I was hesitant about reading it, as I didn't love its predecessor. I am so glad that I gave it a chance though. I was definitely my kind of book.

I loved that we got to see the characters from Geekerella, but not having the story actually about them made this a more appealing read for me.

I found myself really able to connect with the characters in this book. They were individual and quirky, and I could relate to all of them in different ways.

This book truly spoke to my inner geek, and made me laugh, cry, and fully geek out. I finished this book completely content and satisfied.

With wonderful characters, amazing writing and a geektastic story-line, I will definitely be reading this book many times in the future.

The Princess And The Fangirl by Ashley Poston is a much read for all the geeks, nerds, and fandom freaks out there.

Published by Geramie Kate Barker

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