When her controversial design catches the eye of an eccentric client, Frances is whisked away and given the opportunity of a lifetime. The kind of job that could launch her dressmaking career. The catch: Frances’s work for “Lady Crystallia” must be kept secret.
For me, this kind of story is like candy. High fashion, 19th century France, self expression, royalty with secrets, ambitious girls… the list could go on. On top of that, it’s a graphic novel. Lush illustrations on every page. Adorable characters. Incredible settings. And the DRESSES. I couldn’t wait to see the next thing Frances would design because they were all such stunners. Where do I get a Frances of my own?
If you love Cinderella stories, a heaping spoonful of haute couture, and boys in ballgowns, you’re going to want to add The Prince and the Dressmaker to your library immediately.
⬢ ⬢ ⬢ ⬢ ⬢ FIVE STARS
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