Princess Mia's story continues as the first semester of freshman year comes to a close and she gears up for her formal televised introduction to the Genovian people. Mia has finally landed a boyfriend - but it's not exactly the love story she had been hoping for. Mia likes her boyfriend Kenny (her Bio lab partner), but she's not sure she loves him. And the idea of kissing him kind of grosses her out. On the other hand, daydreaming about kissing her best friend's older brother, Michael, does NOT gross her out. Mia knows that she should really break up with Kenny, but that would mean she might fail Biology without his help, and she might have to be dateless to the winter dance! Mia isn't acting very princess-like by leading Kenny on. Should she follow her heart...even if it mean's breaking Kenny's heart? I enjoyed Princess in Love even more than the first and second books. Mia's confusion about the opposite sex was definitely easy to relate to, and it reminded me of my own awkward dating years! I had fun listening to the audiobook, and I look forward to finding out what happens to Mia and company in the next installment of The Princess Diaries.