How (Not) to Kiss a Prince is Book 2 in the Cindy Eller series and like book 1 in this series, this one does not disappoint. Cindy and her roommates are back with more antics and magic gone awry. Then add to the mix a mother who promised her first born to be married and stubborn Cindy who refuses to be forced to marry a man she doesn't love. Now that Cindy has her own bakery, she's got 2 weddings (not her own) to prepare for and things begin to get crazy in the kitchen. Dozens of different kinds of cookies and pastries need to be made along with 2 lavish wedding cakes. Cindy doesn't have a choice but to hire another pastry chef to help out and before long, Sue appears, ready to dive in. Sue isn't all that meets the eye and has a few secrets of her own.
How (Not) to Kiss a Prince is non-stop funny with lots of secrets revealed. Cindy learns more about herself, including why her magic is so wonky. I just love this series and when I was done, I wanted more. this is such a likable series that you won't want to put it down.