For her, the only thing that's unusual about her is her name. She's been raised to be a goody-two shoe by her grandma, but that doesn't stop her from making witty remarks in her head. She's actually at the bottom of their high school popularity hierarchy ruled by Melissa Beddington, the queen, or should I say, princess on top. It's a good thing her best friend Chloe has stuck by her side.
Now, you think that this is all too cliché or predictable, huh? Well, what happens if Alliessia AKA Ally isn't who they all think she is? Still too cliché? What if roles are reversed? What if she is actually the princess and not Melissa? Ah, but that's the easy part.
Ally's life is on the line as someone suddenly keeps on trying to eliminate the royal family. But are all of those just failed attempts or are they really a warning in disguise?
With three boys fighting for Ally's attention and the mystery of her grandma who has gone missing, she has a lot on her plate.
Danger, drama, shocking revelations, revenge, and metamorphosis occur.
But of course, those naturally happen when you're shockingly royalty.