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The enchanting second book in New York Times best-selling author Jessica Day George's Twelve Dancing Princesses series is a Cinderella retelling that will sweep you off your feet!  

Hoping to escape the troubles in her kingdom, Princess Poppy reluctantly agrees to take part in a royal exchange program, where young princes and princesses travel to each other's countries in the name of better political alliances - and potential marriages. It's got the makings of a fairy tale - until a hapless servant named Eleanor is tricked by a vengeful fairy godmother into competing with Poppy for the eligible prince. 

Ballgowns, cinders, and enchanted glass slippers fly in this romantic and action-packed happily-ever-after quest from an author with a flair for embroidering tales in her own delightful way.

©2011 Jessica Day George (P)2020 Recorded Books

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Best of the three stories

What a great reworking of the glass, ash, maid-servant, orphan, fairy godmother and true love themes. My vote for Poppy as the best princess of the bunch. But why do people always keep secrets whose revelation would really help someone they care about?