The Unhandsome Prince Mass Market Paperback – 26 Apr 2005
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But the author adds some unsettling twists.
"What if the prince is not handsome?'
"What if the swarthy black haired prince with a sneer is actually the good guy"
So this book is about the frog who turned into an ugly prince and how he (maybe) finds true love. How does an ugly prince find true happiness?
It's not a deep book.
It's a book to read on a sunny afternoon in a hammock, sipping something...
Caroline wanted to marry a Handsome Prince, so, knowing that a prince has been turned into a frog, she systematically kissed every frog in the swamp until, after kissing hundreds of plain frogs, she finally kissed the right one, but Prince Hal is anything but handsome in Caroline's opinion; she considers him "rather dorky," and feels cheated.
Caroline and Hal set out for the royal palace along with Emily, the daughter of the deceased sorceress who cursed Hal to frogdom. After the order of expulsion is rescinded, Caroline persuades prince Jeff, who is about to become the new King, that he should knight a Jewish ally to demonstrate his support of fairness. Hal's comment is priceless; read the book and enjoy it.