As I said for the review of the last book, I consider the first three Princess Diaries books to be a mini-trilogy in themselves. Princess in Love has to be one of my favorite entries in the whole series. (Because I can be a total girl sometimes.) This is the first time in the series where you see Mia as a flawed character, in her unintentional leading-on of Kenny, as well as her being able to stand up for herself with more confidence. I’m not a huge fan of the extended Renaldo family, particularly the introduction of Sebastino, as he seems to serve his purpose and then disappears for a few books. But the end still gets to me, and I can’t help but have my heart soar reading the last entry in this book. (Again, total girl.) This is another of those books that’s just pure fun from beginning to end.