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She is the most famous woman in the world—a former actress, songstress, ex-girlfriend of the biggest rock star on the planet, and magnetically privy to scandal. She is twenty-eight years old, but doesn’t look a day over twenty with her petite, 5’2” frame and her dark hair teased in a short pixie cut. Her beauty is that of premium natural selection—full pink lips, high chee She is the most famous woman in the world—a former actress, songstress, ex-girlfriend of the biggest rock star on the planet, and magnetically privy to scandal. She is twenty-eight years old, but doesn’t look a day over twenty with her petite, 5’2” frame and her dark hair teased in a short pixie cut. Her beauty is that of premium natural selection—full pink lips, high cheek bones, big blue eyes framed by impossibly thick eyelashes, a button nose, and deep dimples set into a face of light freckles. This woman is not of high birth, has no college degree, and has graced the covers of every tabloid in the world for years. And this woman has just married the prince of the devastated country of Kenth. This woman has just joined the royal family of Aravica, a monarchy ridden with their own share of unbelievable scandal and tragedy. I invite you to embark on the most important interview ever done—and one of the most significant conversations of our time. Meet Bets Anthony. This is her story of becoming a princess.


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She is the most famous woman in the world—a former actress, songstress, ex-girlfriend of the biggest rock star on the planet, and magnetically privy to scandal. She is twenty-eight years old, but doesn’t look a day over twenty with her petite, 5’2” frame and her dark hair teased in a short pixie cut. Her beauty is that of premium natural selection—full pink lips, high chee She is the most famous woman in the world—a former actress, songstress, ex-girlfriend of the biggest rock star on the planet, and magnetically privy to scandal. She is twenty-eight years old, but doesn’t look a day over twenty with her petite, 5’2” frame and her dark hair teased in a short pixie cut. Her beauty is that of premium natural selection—full pink lips, high cheek bones, big blue eyes framed by impossibly thick eyelashes, a button nose, and deep dimples set into a face of light freckles. This woman is not of high birth, has no college degree, and has graced the covers of every tabloid in the world for years. And this woman has just married the prince of the devastated country of Kenth. This woman has just joined the royal family of Aravica, a monarchy ridden with their own share of unbelievable scandal and tragedy. I invite you to embark on the most important interview ever done—and one of the most significant conversations of our time. Meet Bets Anthony. This is her story of becoming a princess.

45 review for Becoming A Princess (Volume I)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Carrie

    I genuinely enjoyed this book. It's format was different then others I have read, interview style. We have a sweet and tender moments, and times that I've cried. First time reader of Tabitha Freeman and I think I'll check out more from her. I genuinely enjoyed this book. It's format was different then others I have read, interview style. We have a sweet and tender moments, and times that I've cried. First time reader of Tabitha Freeman and I think I'll check out more from her.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    I'm the type of reader who either can't put a book down or has a hard time finishing the read. This was completely different than normal in that I could easily read a few pages, then move on to whatever else I needed to get done. But I still wanted to pick it back up and finish it, so I finished it over the course of 2 full days (because it's a short, easy read). I wasn't sure how I was going to feel about the interview-style format when I first picked it up simply because I wasn't sure it would I'm the type of reader who either can't put a book down or has a hard time finishing the read. This was completely different than normal in that I could easily read a few pages, then move on to whatever else I needed to get done. But I still wanted to pick it back up and finish it, so I finished it over the course of 2 full days (because it's a short, easy read). I wasn't sure how I was going to feel about the interview-style format when I first picked it up simply because I wasn't sure it would be able to hold my attention. I was pleasantly surprised when the writing allowed me to visualize the facial expressions and hand gestures, as well as to imagine the varied intonations of voices throughout the conversations. The best part of this book is the moral of the story. Even though this book does have the "prince/princess" style fairy tale when talking of fairy tales, it teaches to not settle for anything less than you deserve and that is something that can be applied across any aspect of life, not just romantic relationships. This would make a great gift for somebody stuck in a horrible relationship but not quite willing to set themselves free.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Dizzy

    This was a different book, told entirely in interview format. it was cute & light and a quick read about a celeb who became a princess by marrying a prince. Nothing special. I would give it 2.5 stars

  4. 5 out of 5

    Alejandra

    This book was easy to read, super entertaining, and just a fun concept of format. This is a story that centers around Bets Anthony, a come-from-nothing woman who goes to actress/singer celebrity overnight. After years of stormy headlines in the press, she meets a prince and marries him as the most unlikely princess candidate ever. Most of the book is done in an interesting "interview" type format, in which Bets is telling her life story to an official royal biographer (who is also a character I re This book was easy to read, super entertaining, and just a fun concept of format. This is a story that centers around Bets Anthony, a come-from-nothing woman who goes to actress/singer celebrity overnight. After years of stormy headlines in the press, she meets a prince and marries him as the most unlikely princess candidate ever. Most of the book is done in an interesting "interview" type format, in which Bets is telling her life story to an official royal biographer (who is also a character I really liked, unexpectedly). I have never read a book done like this before, but I really really really loved the set-up because it was 99% all dialogue, and that's personally my favorite style of writing. There were some heavy bits in the story that make you sniffle, but it was a lighthearted read, compared to Freeman's other novels, which can be pretty intense. But even as a light read, the whole theme to the story is sweet, true, and pretty spot on--even for "non-romantics". I really loved this one...and the first page really sets up the feel of the book for the reader: "For anyone who has ever settled for anyone or anything in their life. What are you doing? Your fairytale is waiting on you."

  5. 5 out of 5

    Holly

    Becoming a Princess didn’t start off as intriguing at T.R. Freeman’s other books, but it certainly captures your attention midways through. With the happenings that caused Bets to have her “heart fall out of her butt”, you understand why Freeman had to share the beginning of Bets’ story. Without the details leading up, the ending wouldn’t have been a “fairytale ending”. I have been introduced to more characters- that once again- Freeman has developed well and has left me wondering about this Pri Becoming a Princess didn’t start off as intriguing at T.R. Freeman’s other books, but it certainly captures your attention midways through. With the happenings that caused Bets to have her “heart fall out of her butt”, you understand why Freeman had to share the beginning of Bets’ story. Without the details leading up, the ending wouldn’t have been a “fairytale ending”. I have been introduced to more characters- that once again- Freeman has developed well and has left me wondering about this Prince Ronan AKA Mr. Romance Novel’s Lead Player! Thank you T.R. Freeman for allowing us readers to journey through your creative and humorous imagination through words.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Hyacinth

    I initially picked this book for the number of pages but it turned out to be a pretty good book. I kept trying figure out if it was a real story. It could really happen. I was a little put off by the interviewee/interviewer style of writing but one once I moved past it I was okay. I am interested in reading the next part of the series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Melissa St peter

    This is my favorite book so far by Ms. Freeman. I read it in 2.5 hours because I simply didn't want to put it down. The format was very different from most books and I think that is what I liked so much about it. The story was just amazing and it flowed so easily. Every time I turned the page I was pulled deeper into the story. I look forward to the next book! This is my favorite book so far by Ms. Freeman. I read it in 2.5 hours because I simply didn't want to put it down. The format was very different from most books and I think that is what I liked so much about it. The story was just amazing and it flowed so easily. Every time I turned the page I was pulled deeper into the story. I look forward to the next book!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Dodd

    This read as non-fiction. At first I was researching the characters to see if they were based off real life people. It just read that fluently. It was a non-thinking novel. There wasn't much depth to it. It was just an easy Sunday read. This read as non-fiction. At first I was researching the characters to see if they were based off real life people. It just read that fluently. It was a non-thinking novel. There wasn't much depth to it. It was just an easy Sunday read.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lani Ayers

    Quick and easy read. I have never read a book in this interesting format. Really unique!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Cristina

    a little lost at first, but then you get in to it... love how this end with a happy ever after, looking to reading the next book...

  11. 4 out of 5

    Veronica Suhajda

    love this book

  12. 4 out of 5

    Cara Buckley

  13. 5 out of 5

    Victoria

  14. 4 out of 5

    Aragné Salazar Mendoza

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    Kerri Mills

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ray Camden

  17. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Lingenfelter

  18. 4 out of 5

    Christy Ingram

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sierra Bennett

  20. 5 out of 5

    Codruta Roman

  21. 4 out of 5

    Cara

  22. 4 out of 5

    Whitney Joy

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    Devon

  24. 5 out of 5

    Nicki

  25. 5 out of 5

    Reyn Hall

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Siegert

  27. 5 out of 5

    Natalie Finn

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    Melanie

  29. 4 out of 5

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  30. 4 out of 5

    Brent Blackmon

  31. 4 out of 5

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    Daniel Hall

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    Romina

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    Jessica

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    Elizabeth Case

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    Andrea Heltsley

  37. 5 out of 5

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    Linda

  42. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline

  43. 5 out of 5

    C. E.

  44. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Runner

  45. 4 out of 5

    Joslyn Love

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