Book Reviews of Secrets of a South Beach Princess

Secrets of a South Beach Princess
Secrets of a South Beach Princess
Author: Mary Kennedy
ISBN-13: 9780425211960
ISBN-10: 0425211967
Publication Date: 11/7/2006
Pages: 256
Reading Level: Young Adult
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Book Type: Paperback
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I didn't really enjoy this. I found it vapid and uninteresting. The best part of the book was the ending.
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Amber Fielding is a very rich girl who lives in South Beach, Florida. Her father owns the hotel The Fielding, which is a very elite hotel in South Beach. She and her family live on the very top floor of the hotel and Amber has the life that she wants. She also has three very good friends that reminded me, in some ways, of the relationship between friends in the SISTERHOOD OF THE TRAVELING PANTS.

One day, she is hanging out at the hotel pool and she meets Nick Crawford. She really begins to like him but then he does something awful to her. (You will have to read the book to find out exactly what, though!)

SECRETS OF A SOUTH BEACH PRINCESS moves kind of fast because there aren't always a lot of details, but then there are some parts of the book that feel as if they could have been cut out. Overall, it has a very good storyline and a great, entertaining idea behind it.

I would only recommend this book to mature teens, however, because there are some alcohol references, inappropriate scenes for younger readers, and one of the characters has an eating disorder.