Diva's Don't Fake it is the better more lighthearted of these two books. I suggest you read Princess In Training first, therefore your excpatations will be exceeded when you read Divas Don't Fake It.
Amusing, fast read. Kept thinking Paris Hilton must have been the "role model" for Princess Jacqueline but then I realized Jacqueline was actually pleasant and not full of herself.
kind of silly, but an easy read
Princess Jacqueline de Soignee is used to having her life handed to her on a silver platter. But being a princess in the 21st century isn't easy, and there are certain rules that she must adhere to, such as "never wear your tiara before five in the afternoon: to do so is gauche." The Princess-In-Training Manual is a flip, irreverent first-person look at what it takes to be a princess in the modern world.
Divas Don't Fake It is a first-person fiction narrative guiding readers through the levels of "divadom," and takes a revealing look at what it takes to be a diva -- you don't need anything but lipstick and eyeliner . . . and a suitcase full of self-confidence and attitude. These semi-tongue-in-cheek vignettes will resonate with any young woman who loves -- or has always dreamed of -- being the center of attention.
Erica Orloff always provides a great read and more than few laughs. I always feel comfortable recommending any of her books!