by Lois Greiman

April 2004
ISBN: 0-06-057145-4
Reviewer Graphic Button Avon Books
Mass Market Paperback

The Princess Masquerade is the sequel to The Princess and Her Pirate. The way the stories are written you need to read them in order. This story is about Magical Megs and Nicol and how Megan became Princess Tatiana.

Megan is a pickpocket that resembles the princess in almost every way possible. She is full of life with vigor, speaks her mind and her eyes sparkle or harden depending on her mood. She agrees to switch places with the princess to help the princess out but first she must learn how to be Princess Tatiana.

Nicol found Megan on the streets and in the process loses his watch. HmmÖ wonder where it went and if he can find the person who swiped it from his body? Nicol must teach Megan everything she must know about how to impersonate the princess. Can Nicol do it? Can he keep his cool and his demeanor long enough to teach Megan?

Nicol and Megan are perfect for one another. They both see the good and bad in each other and they play the moods against the other. It doesnít help that both of them are attracted to another and they canít or wonít do anything about the attraction. This leaves for some interesting things that happen along the way both while they are in the teaching mood and while they are at the palace.

Can Nicol and Megan find the happiness and love they both want and need in each other? Or will the arrival of the real princess put a damper on their relationship? There are obstacles along the way the Nicol and Megan both must overcome, plus the hazard of someone finding out that Megan is not the real princess.

Ms. Greiman has once again given us a wonderful story. Once you start reading the story you will not want to put it down. It is always interesting to see what Megan and Nicol find themselves in and how they will deal with the situation. I will be on the lookout for more stories by Ms. Greiman. I am hoping we will see another story from this book as there are several characters that could have their own book. If you havenít read a story by Ms. Greiman you donít know what you are missing. Remember to pick up The Princess and Her Pirate then Megan and Nicolís story in The Princess Masquerade. You wonít be disappointed.

Reviewed in June 2004 by Pam.

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