Princess Smile


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$14.99  $13.94
Dagmar Miura
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5.25 X 8.0 X 0.68 inches | 0.74 pounds

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About the Author

Adele Royce was raised in Los Angeles, and graduated magna cum laude from Arizona State University with a BA in English. She survived the insanity of the Las Vegas Strip, where she worked for many years as an advertising and PR executive. Ms. Royce's personal experience with the industry's creativity and chaos gave her inspiration for her multiple-book series titled Truth, Lies and Love in Advertising. She lives with her husband in San Diego, where she is active in the writing community. She is an award-winning short story writer.


"Princess Smile is an engrossing read that keeps us cringing and cheering with Jane Mercer as she strives to make her mark in the advertising industry. Is she good enough? Is she pretty enough? Are the other women she encounters friends or competitors? Is advancement worth enduring harassment? Why is she more attracted to the dangerous bad boy than the nice guy? Women who have worked in the corporate world will see themselves in Jane and fall under the fast-paced spell of this novel."

-Lori Swick, author of Comfort and Mirth and Dreaming-The Sacred Art

"Jane Mercer is a girl who would like the world to believe she's got it together when nothing could be further from the truth. On the outside, the world she inhabits is exciting, fast-paced, and full of career potential. Adele Royce's Princess Smile paints an unforgiving portrait of Jane as she emerges into womanhood, complete with dishonest guys and some who love her."

-Renee Ebert, author of Until the Darkness Goes

"In this enthralling first book of the Truth, Lies, and Love in Advertising series, author Adele Royce deftly lays bare the anatomy of Jane Mercer's treacherous insecurities. Your heart will ache as Jane seeks solace from her humiliation and pain in retail therapy, alcohol, and a dangerous liaison, all to quiet that voice always whispering to her that she will never measure up. Princess Smile is hard to put down, and even harder to forget."

-Rebecca Augustine, author of Love Without a Cause: Create Inner Transformation, Renew Your Thinking, and Be Love in a World That Doesn't Deserve It