A Royal Match

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Bloomsbury Publishing USA, Feb 15, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 512 pages
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Can a normal American girl really catch a prince?

When LA-born Calypso Kelly arrives at the exclusive all-girls British boarding school, St. Augustine's, she's determined to become popular. But when a photo of Calypso kissing England's heir to the throne, Prince Freddie, ends up in the tabloids, it will take quick thinking to save her reputation-and her relationship with the prince.

After the tabloid disaster, Calypso hopes her next term at St. Augustine's will be better. But nothing could be further from the truth. Her archenemy (and culprit of the tabloid disaster) Honey O'Hare is her new dorm mate and her invite to the Annual Euro Royal Bash is nonexistent. Will a flirtation with a hot new sports star from the boys' school ruin her chances with Prince Freddie? Calypso has some work to do if she wants to go from pumpkin to princess in time for the ball.


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This includes the first 2 out of 4 books in the Calypso Chronicles which is a series about a girl named Calypso Kelly who is an American teenager attending boarding school in England. She yearns to be ... Read full review

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Tyne O'Connell is the author of several romantic comedies including True Love, The Sphinx, and Other Unsolvable Riddles and the four Calypso Chronicles. She has written for newspapers and magazines such as Vogue, Marie Claire, and Elle. She lives in London, England.

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