This was a story that I wanted very much to like and, to be fair, the story itself was interesting. But the writing was all over the place and threw everything else off for me. It was inconsistent, the pace too slow in some parts and rushed in others - especially where the relationship of the main character, Kelley, was concerned. After putting up a fight for most of the book she did a 180 and gave in, accepted her newfound boyfriend (who she thought had been stalking her), and decided to become a princess all in the span of what seemed like, well, not long enough.This could be a book for you if you like faeries, but it wasn't one for me. I will not be reading the sequels.