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    A clean, sweet read

    ‘Prancing Around With Sleeping Beauty’ is the second book in the Storybook Valley series by Stacy Juba, the first book ‘Fooling Around with Cinderella‘, I reviewed back in December 2015. In this second book, we meet Rory (Aururo Rose Callahan), who is the younger sister of one of the main characters in book one, Dylan, who is the general manager of Storybook Valley, an amusement park similar to Disney’s Magic Kingdom, owned by the Callahan family. Rory is a dance instructor whose life revolves around teaching children choreographed routines for competitions and dealing with ‘dance mums’ and a boss who is just as bad as the mums. One evening on her way home she trips over a pet carrier and falls hurting herself. The pet carrier containing Turbo the Hedgehog belongs to Kyle Thorne who works for Storybook Valley’s main rival the local zoo. He is funny and charming unlike her boyfriend Dr. Brad Walker who has made it perfectly clear to Rory that she comes second to his work and that he isn’t ready to settle down and move their relationship on. Rory and Kyle hit it off instantly but she has always been the sensible one, is it time to let go off her rigid life and have some fun and adventures with Kyle? Prancing Around With Sleeping Beauty is an easy to read, short novel. It might be the second in a series but it is fine to read as a standalone. The setting is fun and exciting, especially as you don’t find many books set within a fairy tale theme park. There is lots of laugh-out-loud moments as well as heart-warming ones too and the book really comes alive once Kyle and Rory meet. This is pure chick-lit from beginning to end. My only little niggle is how many characters there were. I had to make notes to remember them all. If you are after a clean, sweet read that has wonderful characters and a perfect setting, plus, can be read in one or two sittings then this is the book to choose.
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