Description:From the award-winning author of the Underdead books...
Crimson has a strategy for surviving high school. Blend in. Don't cause trouble.
It works pretty well—until her sixteenth birthday when her long-lost father shows up and all hell breaks loose.
It turns out that he is a demon king, which makes Crimson…a princess. Of Darkness.
Her castle is a sulfur-reeking cavern underground. Her Princess Training has nothing to do with tea and crumpets. Prince Charming isn't rushing in to save her. And, to top it off, she still has to go to high school.
She can't tell anyone the truth, not even her best friends. To survive, she will have to risk everything and use a cunning she didn't know she possessed. And even then there's no guarantee she or anyone she cares about will be alive tomorrow—for neither Hell nor high school comes with a manual.
Peeps, check this book out! I have to admit it was highly original:) I really enjoyed the storyline.
I wasn't super excited that this wasn't a paranormal romance, but it held my interest. I almost never read something without a romantic element to it, so this was an exception.
I enjoyed the main character Crimson and her name was very fitting given the situation. The book showed her transformation but kept her morals in tact. Brock was an interesting character as well.
This book is geared towards the teens/ high school aged group. I would reccommend it as a great read. I give this book four glittery stars just because it rocks!!