Princess Sister

Vade Chevalier lives with her family in Paris, shops in the finest stores, attends art classes at the Louvre, and mingles with the city s brightest and best Financial troubles force her family to move to New Orleans where Vade fights for the things she wants and the people she wants to hold on to.
Princess Sister Vade Chevalier lives with her family in Paris shops in the finest stores attends art classes at the Louvre and mingles with the city s brightest and best Financial troubles force her family to move

  • Title: Princess Sister
  • Author: Sheila Copeland
  • ISBN: 9781583148105
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Princess Sister”

    1. From what I remember about this book, it kinda pissed me off! EVERYBODY had a french name! Really??? It was boring and although I recognize it is fiction, it was still too out of touch with reality for me. I couldn't get past EVERYONE having french names in New Orleans. SO beyond unrealistic!

    2. I love all of her books with the exception of this one, I just could not follow it at all. Would not recommend

    3. This book was just ok. Too much French stuff for me, and it didn't feel authentic. I prefer Coplenand's Chocolate Star books better.

    4. Nice story. The characters weren't fully developed, but they were okay. I enjoyed the fact that the family was from Paris (I love that city and hope to go one day.)

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