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    Misty Miles is a princess in a kingdom of Starryton. What makes her different than other princesses is, she is bound to a wheelchair and her parents have kept her locked in the castle, so no one can see her and judge her or there kingdom. Her 21st birthday is coming up and she wants to see, dance, and try to have her online crush, the prince from the neighboring kingdom of Mooncrest called Derrick Denison, fall in love with her. Her parents have always had a hatred of the King and Queen of Mooncrest ever since a food competition went sour between them, so they forbid her from leaving. Misty sneaks out one day and goes to visit a troll named Trovella who can grant wishes, for a price. Trovella makes it so Misty can walk and says that if she can make the prince fall in love with her within 3 days, she won’t have to use her wheelchair again. However, if he doesn’t, than Misty will have to go back to using her wheelchair and she will have to let everyone in the kingdom know that Trovella will not be granting any more wishes for them. She agrees and from then on it’s an adventure of her getting used to not needing a wheelchair, meeting the prince, trying to stop the feud between the families, and coming across a little girl who is also in a wheelchair and is in need of a permanent home. I felt that this story read like two short stories put as one whole book. The first half felt like a retelling of Rapunzel, Cinderella, and The Little Mermaid all mashed together. Which I love fairy tale retellings so I absolutely loved it. The second half didn’t seem like a retelling but it was still a very enjoyable time. I have never read a story where a princess has been in a wheelchair before so I thought that concept was very new and refreshing. It’s very short but it’s a fun quick read that I had such a fun time reading it and I would highly recommend it. ***Review has been done with conjunction with Nerd Girl Official***

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