Princess in Disguise

With the help of family and friends, Annie and Liam s wedding day looks as if it s going to be perfect until everything starts to go wrong Liam s father doesn t show up, nor do the magic wielding guests Members of the wedding party come down with strange afflictions, Annie s gown is ruined, a storm floods the castle grounds, and an unknown king lays seige to the castle.With the help of family and friends, Annie and Liam s wedding day looks as if it s going to be perfect until everything starts to go wrong Liam s father doesn t show up, nor do the magic wielding guests Members of the wedding party come down with strange afflictions, Annie s gown is ruined, a storm floods the castle grounds, and an unknown king lays seige to the castle Queen Karolina decides that they need the help of her fairy godmother, Moonbeam, but a pea soup fog keeps the messengers from leaving Only Annie and Liam can get past the magical fog to find Moonbeam, but even after they find her, it s up to them to discover who cast the spells that ruined the wedding, and why the unknown king wants to conquer Treecrest.
Princess in Disguise With the help of family and friends Annie and Liam s wedding day looks as if it s going to be perfect until everything starts to go wrong Liam s father doesn t show up nor do the magic wielding gues

  • Title: Princess in Disguise
  • Author: E.D. Baker
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Princess in Disguise”

    1. I can't decide if the quality of Baker's books have gone drastically downhill or if I've simply outgrown their storylines and writing. I think it's the former, but either way, it's a disappointment. Her last few have been almost painful to read, though this was slightly less so than The Fairy-Tale Matchmaker. The main problem I had with this one, besides overly childish dialogue and a silly plot, was that this is the same (silly) plot as at least 3 of Baker's other books. I spent the majority of [...]

    2. Glad Annie and Liam got their happy ending. I don't think I'll be continuing with the series though. The first two books were so fun and adorable these last two not so much.

    3. So fun and cute and clean. Love the fractured fairy-tales and ED Baker has so much fun writing all them into her stories. Light and breezy. Wish I had read them all back to back though, maybe when they are all done I will read them all again together. Moral Note: Squeaky clean.

    4. I thought this was definitely a funny book. there was a thick mist made of pea soup! I love the suspense E.D. Baker brings to life as the story unfolds

    5. 215 pages. I read 2 chapters and it was ok. There was a section describing a head that seemed to be floating. There was a magic mirror and a princess who is getting married. It kind of seemed boring and I would need to read the whole book to decide if I would buy for my school. I was not really all that excited so it most likely would be an additional purchase.

    6. So fun and cute and clean. Love the fractured fairy-tales and ED Baker has so much fun writing all them into her stories. Light and breezy. Wish I had read them all back to back though, maybe when they are all done I will read them all again togetherC-Netgalley

    7. It was one of the best books e.d. Baker has ever written ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜

    8. Better.Real better than the second and third book . It was good and fantastic. It is a clash between romance, fantasy, and adventure.

    9. WonderfulThis book was amazing! I have read all the other books in this series and this has been the best by far!

    10. Why did I start this book? I knew that I didn't remember much from the past three books but I continued anyway. I don't know why. I got 20 pages in and gave up because I was confused. I thought that I would read more but I never did. I am officially not finishing this book or series.

    11. Princess in Disguise is the forth book in the Wide-Awake Princess series by E.D. Baker. It is currently scheduled for release on March 31 2015. Annie and Liam's wedding day looks as if it's going to be perfect. Then everything starts to go wrong. Liam's father doesn't show up, members of the wedding party come down with strange afflictions, Annie's gown is ruined, a storm floods the castle grounds, and an unknown king lays siege to the castle. Only Annie and Liam can get past a magical fog to fi [...]

    12. I think I'm now at the point in which I've read too many fairy tales with similar plots, or this book was a little more on the children's side then most of E. D. Baker's other books, or maybe I've just outgrown kid's books. I don't know what it is, but somehow I just didn't really enjoy this one. I guess it was because I still have some questions about this book like (view spoiler)[The fairies are mad because Annie supposedly didn't invite them? Doesn't Squidge have more motivation than simply n [...]

    13. I picked up this book because I wanted a nice and light little fantasy story to help me out with my reading slump. I feel like the short but sweet books are great for getting me to read because I just don't feel like reading some of the longer books. And this book was exactly that. Short, sweet, not too heavy on the mystery, but enjoyable. Like having a snack of cotton candy.What I love about Annie and Liam's relationship is that it's been pretty subtle these past books, mostly told in what they [...]

    14. The book Princess In Disguise, by E.D. Baker is a fantasy. Princess In Disguise is about a princess undercover on a mission. She is on this mission because she finds evil magic in the castle, and is trying to find help. Annie ends up in many amazing places along the way. Annie also has magic powers which protect her, and her fiance from crazy things happening to them! As they travel through many magical places they meet very interesting, mythical creatures. For example they come across ogres, an [...]

    15. Yawn.E. D. Baker has a penchant for writing really good books, then writing sequels that get progressively more boring. And her stand-alone novel, A Question of Magic, is also a tedious read. Iโ€™ve been trying to figure out why this is.I think part of it is due to her writing style. Princess in Disguise is very tell-heavy, with lots of similar structured sentences that make for a sort of monotone as you read them. A lot of the dialogue was about Annie and Liam discussing what they were seeing o [...]

    16. Princess Annie and Prince Liam are getting married, but when an unexpected rain storm begins to flood the castle and an evil king starts attacking its up to Annie and Liam to save the day. Annie and liam take a hidden tunnel and go on there way into a dark forest. The magic in the forest cant touch Annie. She is amune to magic, and so is anyone touching her. On there way to find a magical fairy who can help them they run into some trouble. Will they be able to restore peace back to the kingdom? [...]

    17. Annie and Liam are finally to be married, but everything around their wedding goes wrong. Once again they are off on a quest, this time to figure out why someone would want to sabotage their wedding!It's cute, but it's ultimately forgettable. Things happened and were solved but there didn't seem to be any rhyme or reason. Annie figured out why the king was attacking her castle, but there was no way the reader would have known and really no clues that Annie figured out either. She just . . . figu [...]

    18. I read this book out loud to my girls at bedtime. They got really into it and wanted to discuss what happened every night when we stopped reading. It's a really cute book that can be enjoyed by the whole family.Annie and Liam's wedding day turns into a disaster, so they postpone it and go in search of a powerful fairy to help them get rid an invading army. I haven't read any of the other books in the series, but that didn't hinder my enjoyment of this book, and it didn't give my kids any confusi [...]

    19. This is one of the most humorous books I have ever read. It is the fourth in a series about a princess who is not your everyday beauty. Instead she uses her mind and her ability that magic does not work on her to make her one of the most delightful characters in fairy tales that I have ever read about. I think Annie would make such a great friend.In the series, Princess Annie is the younger sister of the Princess, commonly thought of as the basis for Sleeping Beauty, Gwendolyn. This time, Liam a [...]

    20. I read the first three a really, really long time ago I'm glad to be able to finally cross this off my TBR list. Like all series that I read with a large time gap in between books, I have this fear that I'll have no clue what's going on. Fortunately, my fear was unnecessary in this book because didn't happen! Yay!This story was really sweetyou knowter reading stuff about war, angst driven teenagers and their ridiculous love trianglesa tad of romance mixed in with childish (I mean this in the goo [...]

    21. Princess Annie is finally ready to marry Prince Liam when disaster strikes and the kingdom is flooded. She embarks on a hunt for the source of the trouble. With the help of the good fairy Moonbeam, she manages to find the cause of her misfortune and overcome its evil ways. This is the fourth in the Tales of the Wide-Away Princess series that deals with fairy tale princesses and their woes. There is plenty of adventure and action that will keep the reader turning pages. A map at the beginning of [...]

    22. I am giving this 3 stars because I didn't hate it but it feels like it was written just to round out the series. It seems like Liam and Annie are just wandering around.When I finished it, I realized that I don't remember how old Annie is. When the series started Gwennie was 16 and Annie was younger than that. I am not sure how much time has passed since the series started but I don't think it has been enough for Annie to reach a marriageable age. Annie also seems to be young enough to pass herse [...]

    23. The book was mostly about Princess Annabelle and Prince Liam on a cross-kingdom chase to find the fairy Moonbeam. I thought it was one of those books that when you start reading, you find it hard to put it down. There were so many mysterious plots that I was always wondering what would happen next. For example, Princess Annabelle and Prince Liam were riding to their destination when these strange men started shooting arrows at them. After that the book just kept getting better and better as I re [...]

    24. Everything seems to be going wrong on the day of Liam and Annie's wedding. And magic is definitely involved, not only that but they are being put under a seige by and unknown king. So it is up to Liam and Annie to save the kingdom and their big day, but going to Annie's fairy godmother, and asking for help. A fun filled adventure, with magic, and creatures galore. Sleeping Beauty's little sister is off to make her own mark on the world, saving her kingdom yet again. A whimsical read, filled with [...]

    25. A colorful adventure enjoyable for any age. When Annie and Liam's wedding is ruined they seek out the fairy Moonbeam for help. While searching, they run into the same men who put Gwendolyn to sleep and locked Annie in Rapunzel's tower. Fleeing from the grip of danger, they set things right between Lilah and her father. Very fun and easy to read. Although it is written for younger readers, even I have read almost all of E.D. Baker's lovely fantasy books.

    26. I have given up on this book. My daughter picked it out at a book fair and I tried to read it to her but she wasn't slightly interested. I tried several times and got about 50 pages into the book and finally gave up because my daughter just wasn't interested. In the book's defense we didn't realize it was a part of a series and this was book 4 so we felt like we were missing a lot of the back story from the 1st three.

    27. The real great thing about this book is the fact you can so easily pick it up without feeling confused. It's been a long time since I read the last book in the series, so I was rather worried about not being able to understand it.Pshhhh.E.D Baker immediately made me feel at home, doing a recap on all the scenes that have gone a bit fuzzy in my memory.While it does have its flaws, it is a very nice quick, enjoyable read :)

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