This book took us back to Mia and Michael's first Valentine's Day. It's cleverly arranged to do that with a frame story of Mia reading one of her old diaries and remembering this Valentine's Day. Although it was short, Mia was still fun to read about
VALENTINE PRINCESS is the 7th book in THE PRINCESS DIARIES series. This is another one of those books that you should only read if you have read the rest of the series. If you don't read them in order, they may not make a lot of sense.
Even though this book is only eighty-six pages long, a lot happens, and it is very funny and keeps up Meg Cabot's very fun and exciting writing style. If you are looking for a very fast read this is the way to go. I think it took me less than an hour to read the entire book!!
THE PRINCESS DIARIES books are all written in the form of a journal that Princess Mia keeps. Something very funny happens to mean old Grandmere in the very end of this installment that makes the whole point of the story even funnier!
Ms. Cabot goes back to Mia and Michael's first Valentine's Day together and tells the story of that. The whole book is a flashback that Mia has when finding and reading one of her old journals. Although that little tricky point was a little confusing to me at first, VALENTINE PRINCESS is another winner!