Today is the release day for Farewell to Charms.I'm not a series girl, but this is one of those exceptions to my strong anti-series opinions. Lindsey Leavitt's Princess for Hire books are just very funny and clean and flirty. If they were food, they would be pink frosted cupcakes. (I want my book to be pink frosted cupcakes, too, but right now it is still in the 4 quart Kitchen-Aid mixer bowl.) This is the third and last in the series, so if you start now you will be able to finish and not have to wait a year.
Desi Bascomb is a princess substitute prodigy--she's the fastest employee ever to advance to level three in the Facade Agency, and the youngest ever to be a full-time sub. But not with all eyes on Desi, the only thing she wants is a moment alone to talk to Reed, who's a Facade legacy and secretly a sub for princes. As Desi trains for her new role, she spies more than a few cracks in the Facade's perfect appearance. But uncovering the agency's dark past might require more than a princess sub can handle by herself. Desi is no damsel in distress, but sometimes a girl needs a knight in shining armor.
And by the way, Lindsey Leavitt has a YA book Sean Griswold's Head which is also very good, but not in a pink frosted cupcakes way. More of in a layered chocolate cake way.
Oh and I suppose I can't post today without mentioning that little bit of news that I HAD MY BABY. But I'm not going to compare her to dessert. More later...