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Praise for Kiss That Frog:"What little girl (and big girl) hasn't kissed their share of frogs hoping to have their prince appear? A fun, fast-paced, enjoyably modern fairy tale." --Sizzling Hot Books"An enchanting good time!" --Manic Reader ReviewsOverview:In this romantic fairy tale remix, a cynical Los Angeles artist reluctantly pet-sits for her young niece's frog and diPraise for Kiss That Frog:"What little girl (and big girl) hasn't kissed their share of frogs hoping to have their prince appear? A fun, fast-paced, enjoyably modern fairy tale." --Sizzling Hot Books"An enchanting good time!" --Manic Reader ReviewsOverview:In this romantic fairy tale remix, a cynical Los Angeles artist reluctantly pet-sits for her young niece's frog and discovers magic in the terrarium--in the form of a sexy enchanted prince.This short novella with a Regency time-travel twist is 12,000 words/45 pages. Cate Rowan's sensuous fantasy romances have won more than thirty awards.Other Tales by Cate Rowan:Flirting with the FiremanA sculptress, a battery-chasing cat, and a studly fireman meet through a supernatural recipe for "Get a Husband" Brunswick stew.Sword and LuteWhen a musician stumbles across a dying god, she must sacrifice her precious lute to save him...and find her heart's desire.The Source of MagicA modern woman finds herself ensnared on a medieval world and opposing a magical prince--the one man who can make everything right.Kismet's KissWhen a deadly epidemic strikes a sultan's realm, only a magical healer from an enemy land has the skill to save it. The sultan never imagined the healer would be a woman...Acclaim for Cate Rowan:"If you love magic and romance, you'll love Rowan's books." --The Pen & Muse Book Reviews"A writing force to be reckoned with." --Smexy Books...

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kiss that frog a modern fairy tale Reviews

  • Renégade ♥
    2019-04-12 14:57

    This novelette is currently free on Amazon:*** 3 1/2 stars To put it simply, this modern day twist on 'The Princess and the Frog' was short, cute, funny and sweet. Sofia and Prince Alexander (aka Toad) made me smile at various points along the way. It's not often you get a wee fantasy about finding one's prince in a terrarium of all things...In the world of fairy tales, anything can happen, right?[...] the next morning brought her to something she'd been dreading: it was time to feed the frog. She didn't want to be an accomplice to cricket murder, but neither could she let the frog go hungry. The situation wasn't fair to the crickets or to the frog. Or, really, to her. Ugh. Matters of life and death were not her forte."You stay at that end, you got it?" she told the frog, which sat on a branch, looking up at her with its bulging eyes. "Alrighty then," she said doubtfully. "As long as we have an understanding." ***Gingerly she cupped her hand and Toad crawled onto her waiting fingers. It didn't squirm as she raised it, and its wedge shaped head was cocked upward as if it were examining her, too. "I've never been given a once-over by a frog before." She chuckled. "You're probably more reliable than the average human male. You wouldn't ask to borrow money. And I couldn't be miffed when you don't call me since you don't have a phone."***"[...] since you're here in LA, you could probably do some modeling to make money.""Modeling?""Yes. People, um, enjoy looking at you. You could be a part of advertising campaigns. Like that," she said, pointing at the attractive couple in the posters at a store's entrance."Do you like to look at me, Sofia?"Caught in his gaze, she stopped walking. A warm flush spread over her cheeks, down her neck, across her breasts and straight to her core."Yes," she whispered. The word came from nowhere, an answer she hadn't thought she'd admit. But there was something so frank and honest about him that she could only reply with the truth.Desire glowed in his eyes as they stood [...] mere inches apart. *** This tale falls into the insta love department but that wasn't totally unexpected given the length of this story as well as the sense of 'meant to be' we're meant to have about these two. After spending 200 years as a frog, Alexander isn't wasting any more time!***'The Frog Prince' is part of Once Upon A Fairy Tale: A Collection of 11 Fairy Tale Inspired Romances which was published February 8, 2015 and was offered for a limited time. It is no longer available for sale. (Please note: I read the version included in the anthology but wanted to post a separate review which means that any possible changes made to the story since then have not been noted here.)Further details regarding this collection can be found here:*** The review link above lists the stories with their story blurbs and other information.

  • Figgy
    2019-04-09 18:48

    I don't have a whole lot to say about this novella. I don't normally read a lot of romance, so it was a little out of my comfort zone. But it was sweet, simple, a little bit funny, had dialogue which was cute and a little witty, and gave an overall feeling of warmth. There were clichés, oh boy were there, but I didn't find the story dragging at all, and I liked the feel of the piece. After reading this story, I might be inclined to purchase some of the author's other works if the chance arises, where I probably wouldn't have even thought about it before. I would recommend it to someone wanting a fairytale more grounded in the real world than in fantasy, and for a quick and happy read.

  •  Linda (Miss Greedybooks)
    2019-03-26 15:54

    I was awarded this book from netgalley.I enjoyed this re-telling of a well known fairy tale, it has fresh characters, we all know about kissing a frog and he turns into the perfect prince.The likableness of everyone (Except the witch, of course) was easy to read, no stress involved. A story that feels good, a happy ending.Maybe it is a bit sexy for the little ones, but still tame, and makes you root for the girl to get her prince.

  • Andrea ❤Ninja Bunneh❤
    2019-03-24 14:51

    I am a total sucker for Disney. Although my first love is horror, stick a fairy tale book in my hands and I become a complete sap. Hand me dark fairy-tale retelling and I'm in heaven. Kiss That Frog is the tamer variety.Sofia has agreed to frog-sit her nieces pet, incorrectly aptly named, "Toad". She is a loner spending the majority of her life dabbling in art. Baby-sitting a frog is the last thing she has any interest in doing. However, Sofia begins to feel oddly comfy with this amphibian and starts having some one-sided convos. On a whim, she places a smooch on her slimy green friend. One can figure what happens from there. Drop dead gorgeous Princey-poo appears and the story takes a plunge down the proverbial toilet. Insta-lust rears up and bitch-slaps the reader into submission. Ray would be disappointed.Sorry, Ray.1.5 Ninja-Bunnehs-With-Tiaras (Arc received in exchange for an honest review)

  • Morgan
    2019-03-22 15:40

    I received this book from Netgalley as part of a multi-work collection (Once Upon A Fairy Tale: A Collection of 11 Fairy Tale Inspired Romances) in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.This was actually extremely cute and surprising (at least as far as my usual feelings regarding short stories go). Lonely artist gets roped into frog-sitting for her adorable niece who she calls "Tadpole". She, of course, ends up talking to the frog -- whose name is "Toad" -- as you do when you're alone in the house with an animal who seems to be listening and paying attention.We all do that, right? When she does what it says on the cover and "kiss(es) that frog", it's not a big leap to guess what happens next.I think my one real complaint is her use of color words. A shirt is umber. Another cerulean. I get that she's a painter and they're more paint color words, so I understand the choice. I'm just channeling my inner project runway--"blood orange. Pfft. It's fuckin red."

  • Alisha Tarran
    2019-04-15 14:42

    Cynical Los Angeles artist Sofia agrees to frog-sit her niece's pet frog "Toad". As she finds herself chatting to the frog like it's a real person, quite possibly she's finally gone crazy, she decides to pick the frog up and give it a kiss. A short while later, she steps out of the shower in a towel, into her living room, and comes face to face with a handsome guy insisting he was Toad...and that he's a prince.I love a good fairy tale and I love it when author's decide to modernize them! I thought this was a well written, speedy little romp. It's sweet, it's satisfying and it's far too cute. Sofia's barriers break down, and there's plenty of humour. What do you expect when you have to take a two centuries old prince shopping for modern day clothes, give him his first ride in a car, and give him his first McDonalds?! A great little pick up for when you're having a bad day and need a dose of magic.

  • April
    2019-03-27 16:57

    I love modern takes on classic fairy tales. Although Kiss That Frog is of the shorter variety, it is full of charm and feel good romance. It was a very satisfying, easy read, which can be hard to do with short stories.It's really cute how Sophia seems cynical and guarded, yet she starts opening up to this pet frog she's petsitting. Even in his frog form they have this connection that pushes past Sophia's walls she's so carefully built. Kiss That Frog is perfect for a fun, quick read, for those days when you need a little charm to perk you up. ** I received this ebook from Netgalley for review purposes. **

  • Dana
    2019-04-09 19:40

    I have a confession to make. This is the first novella I have ever read. I think it was a pretty good introduction into the style of novellas. This little tidbit of magic was delightful and left behind a nice warm fuzzy feeling. Would recommend for a quick cozy read. I am interested to see what else Ms. Rowan has to offer!I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. 3.5/5

  • Tabby
    2019-03-25 14:55

    Received from: Cate RowanReceived Via: Sofia gets stuck watching her nieces pet frog but when she gives that said frog a kiss shes surprised to find a handsome prince in her apartmentWhat a enjoyable little read; I love fairy tale retelling's so I couldn't wait to read this. The princess and the frog has always been a favorite of mine and this was a cute modern retelling of the tale. I loved this, the characters were fun and I loved the interaction between them. I just wish there was more, some kind of battle with the witch maybe? but overall a great fast paced read.

  • Lady
    2019-03-27 14:49

    This was really funny and adorable especially for a modernized fairy tale! I loved Sofia's character and the way she took to Toad the frog eventually. It is almost a lesson in keeping an open mind and learning from your surroundings :) It.was short and sweet and a very good read. Easily read in one sitting and would probably be good for a rainy day or a day at the beach! I would recommend this story to romance enthusiasts and fantasy lovers alike.***This book is suitable for adult readers

  • ☆Joycedale☆
    2019-03-26 19:53

    One day while babysitting her niece's frog Sophia feeling silly and dreamy kisses it. Coming back into the living room she is surprised to find Prince Alex sitting on her couch.This was such a sweet and funny story. There was so many giggle moments and it really does make you wonder what if.I was given an ebook from the author through Nerdy Girl's in exchange for a honest review. Thank you

  • Anna
    2019-03-28 14:46

    A fun short story: starts off well but the tale moves too quickly from babysitting a nieces? pet frog to falling in love with the mysterious prince who emerges from the enchantment. Lots of potential but I felt it was too truncated to really come into its own.

  • Hope Gerhardstein
    2019-03-31 16:27

    A cute romantic modern day take on the frog that turns into a prince with a kiss. Humorous and adorable. A quick read. Actually had me chuckling at some of the scenes.

  • Giselle
    2019-04-11 11:37

    Cute, if a bit shorter than expected.

  • Marti
    2019-04-09 11:46

    What an enjoyable little story! A woman gets talked into frog sitting for her niece and guess what happened. 😀

  • DelAnne Frazee
    2019-04-16 12:46

    Title: Kiss That Frog - A Modern Fairy TaleAuthor: Cate RowanPublisher: Cate RowanPublished: 7-5-2012ISBN: 9781452455716E-Book ASIN: B008HW917QPages: 45Genre: RomanceTags: Paranormal, Fairy Tales, FantasySensual Level: MildOverall Rating: Very GoodKing Julian of Nemerre had decreed it time for Prince Alexander to marry. Unfortunately Alexander declined the honor of marrying the daughter of a witch who e belonged to the peerage. To give his father credit he most likely did not know that the duchess was a witch. Not liking that he refused her daughter the witch cast a spell on him. He was to spend his life as a frog until such time as a kiss could change him back and true love would break the spell.Sofia Couroone vowed not to give in to her beloved niece. She was an artist, not a frog-sitter. No! No! No!. How on earth did she end up with a frog, terrarium and live crickets in her home. That little scamp, she never could say no to her and mean it. Now four days later she fins her actually no only conversing with the frog, but just to edge her bets kissing it on the chance that those old fairy tales are true and Prince Charming really would come from the exchange. When she left to bathe she felt a bit foolish. When she comes into the living room to get her robe to cover her nakedness and finds a strange man garbed in clothing fro the early 1800's she screams.Trying to explain who he is and where he comes from is a challenge; Alexander is not having much luck. He tries to convince Sofia even as he wonders if this is forever, or will he transform back into a frog. If he doesn't return to his frog form what is Sofia to tell Livia? Sofia doe not believe in magic or romantic love. Will she let her past cost her the love of her future. You will love this remake of the classic fairytale. With humor and charm Cate Rowan will soon have you out kissing some frogs to try your luck at finding a prince for yourself.

  • Nikki
    2019-03-30 18:53

    My copy was provided by Netgalley.This was such a cute little story! It was only 45 pages so it didn't last very long, but it was awesome! First off, there's a prince named Alex whose father, the king, is forcing him to marry. Alex doesn't want to be married yet; he'd rather be free for at least a little while. But when a female caller comes around, Alex gets a surprise. The girl's mother is a witch and she did not like it when Alex rejected her daughter. She performs a spell on him and around 200 years pass by.Sofia is a painter in LA who doesn't have many friends and she spends most of her time alone, but that's okay with her. She doesn't really like people except for her niece. When her niece begs her to take care of her frog named Toad, Sofia reluctantly agrees. Well, on a whim, Sofia kisses Toad and nothing happens. Which was to be expected.Until she comes out of the bathtub to find a man in strange clothes on her couch and Toad the frog is missing.This book was adorable and it went by pretty quickly. It was short, but it kept my interest the whole time. Alex was very humorous, especially when he's learning about everyday things such as the drive thru and the mall. Of course, not everything goes the way Alex planned when he became human. He has to restart his life because in modern time, he should've been dead a long time ago. But he has Sofia who apparently has some connections. And as the passion begins between them, Alex learns that he isn't really alone after all.There were some things that confused me about this book, like with Sofia's dad and his connections. Yet this book was still fun and charming. If this novella had been expanded into an actual novel, I would have definitely loved it, especially because it would include some information that wasn't included in Kiss That Frog.

  • Laura Greenwood
    2019-04-12 19:49

    Review forthcoming on http://a-reader-lives-a-thousand-live...I received a copy of Kiss That Frog from Netgalley in exchange for my review.200 years ago Prince Alexander made a mistake, that led to him being turned into a frog by a vindictive witch. Now in the present day, he has come into the care of 7 year old Livia. When Livia and her mother go away, she asks her Aunt Sofia to look after her frog. Though Sofia is reluctant at first to look after a frog, she is quickly drawn into talking to him, and on a whim kisses him, only for the frog to turn into a handsome Prince.Link to GoodreadsLink to amazonKiss That Frog is a modern retelling of the Frog Prince, and one of the things that I liked about it was the fact that it was clearly recognisable as the fairy tale, rather than there just being elements of it. Though in longer books it is good to have some diversification, in quick reads I think its better to have the recognisable elements.The main character, Sofia, is the typical artistic type. Guarded, a little crazy, and messy. But that doesn't really matter much in terms of the story. Mainly her part in the story is related to her reaction to Alexander, though the fact she found him incredibly attractive helped her with the believing that he really was a Prince.Alexander's reaction to the modern world was believable. He understood some things because he had seen them in his frog form, but others remained a mystery, and I thought that him discovering them read as believable and entrancing.This was a short and sweet fairy tale retelling, perfect for a quick read.

  • Pat Raab
    2019-03-21 13:46

    A novel twist on the old tale. Lighthearted. Quick read.

  • Stacy Sabala
    2019-04-05 14:32

    Book Review- Kiss That Frog by Cate RowanAlexander of Nemere refused to marry the daughter of a Duchess who happened to be a witch. After telling the Duchess he would not marry her daughter, she lets loose her wrath and magic. Sofia is an artist living on her own. She adores her niece and gets talked into caring for her niece’s frog while they go out of town. Sofia is not thrilled to have the frog in her apartment and hopes it stays in its home and out of hers. However after time she becomes comfortable with it. She paints and talks to the frog. He even becomes her muse for her paintings.One day she has a moment of feeling sorry for herself and the frog. She picks him up and kisses him. Wishing for a prince, she kisses the frog again. A bit disappointed she continues with her day. Her shock is evident when she finds a strange man in her apartment claiming to be the frog.This is a modern day fairytale. My favorite part is when Sofia walks into the living room and comes face to face with Alex aka the frog. She completely freaks out. It was quite comical.I do wish it would have been longer. Everything happened so fast. One minute it seemed Sofia was afraid of getting hurt then she wasn’t. I give it a 3 out of 5.

  • Mandy
    2019-04-12 15:41

    What a delightful little tale! I was looking for something short to fill a gap in my afternoon before picking kids up and came across this in my Kindle. I'm so glad I did too :)It's a nice gap filler novelette - only 45 pages and 12K words - but a wonderful way to spend part of an afternoon. Sofia is an artist who has closed herself off to the world and particularly men. Her paintings are detailed in their landscapes with people blurry and almost non-existent. Her seven-year-old niece needs her frog pet-sat while she's on holidays. Little does she know, her conversations with the frog and an innocent kiss to his head will turn her world around and break the walls around her heart.Alexander is a prince from two-hundred years ago who didn't want to marry a girl with the personality of a fence post (loved that description!) and is rewarded for his honesty by being transformed into a frog by her mother, a witch. He wants his princess to one with wit and personality. After two centuries as a frog, he finally finds his princess.Fill a gap in your day and grab this book. It's sweet and short and you'll love the mini escape from reality to enjoy some magic.copy received from NetGalley

  • Shannon The Romance Addict!
    2019-04-06 13:38

    H: Prince Alexander of Nemerreh: SofiaI thought this was a cute short story. It was very short it took me about 30 mins from start to finish. I thought for the length it was a pretty good book., Great read for me While I was waiting to pick up my Kids from school. So you got Prince Alex's father the king and he is having a house party trying to get Price Alex to choose a Bride. Prince Alex is not ready and is trying to dodge all the girls, but one Mama is not having it Jesynne mother the Duchess is also a witch and she gives the Prince a chose either marry her daughter or else. Well the Price choose or else and........200 yrs later Los Angeles U.S.A. you got anti-soical painter Sofia who gets sucked into watching her 7yr nieces pet frog for a week. While watching the frog Sofia slowly starts to talk and touch the frog. At one points she says she wished the frog would turn into a real Price like the fairy tale stories and she kisses it and........... nothing happens just her luck. She takes a bath and when she comes out a strange handsome man is sitting on her couch dressed like a freak. I thought this was a cute story I would recommend it to people who would like a quick read to pass the time.

  • Michelle Heegaard
    2019-04-03 16:50

    This was a really awesome read! I loved how the auther combined the normal common fairy tale with the modern new 'El Lay'. It was great, and I really liked how the prince was pronouncing a lot of the words like;: 'teevee' and of course 'El Lay'. And they way he talk was also pretty nices, because at some points used some old phrases and words. So that was great.The only thing I found pretty ignoring, was the fat that Sofia and the prince fell so quickly in love with eachother. After just one freaking day together! That is way to quick.. But I get that it was a fairy tale, where the two lovers fall quickly.. well, in love. BUT by doing so, the author also gave the expression taht you could read this book aloud for the youngsters. But when you read the end, it was very obvious that of course you couldn't read this for the younger generation. Also one on features I didn't like about Sofia was the whole deal about her hate-relationship with her father and her strange relationship with other guys. The author really build something up here, but never really finished it. Either the author should have made the story longer and finished what she started, or these things should never have gone through the editting in the first place.

  • Teena in Toronto
    2019-03-24 13:28

    In 1820 in the kingdom of Nemerre, Prince Alexander's father, King Julian, wants him to wed. He has filled the castle with many eligible women to choose from. The problem is that Alex isn't ready to get married. He gets cornered in a room with the beautiful but unintelligent, Jesynne, and her mother. When Alex refuses to marry Jesynne, her mother, who is a witch, turns him into a frog.Fast-forward to modern day Los Angeles and Sofia is an artist. When her young niece asks her to petsit her frog, Toad, for a week, she can't say no. As the week goes on, she gets attached to the frog and just for fun gives him a kiss. Alas, nothing happens ... until after she finishes taking a shower and discovers the frog is gone and in his place is a prince!It's a cute story and I liked the writing style ... it was funny and a bit sarcastic. It was a novella so didn't take too long to read. As such, everything happens very quickly and then it's over. I think it is a great concept if the author wants to expand it into a book.Blog review post:

  • Mel (Reviews In A Pinch)
    2019-04-20 15:40

    This short story (113 pages on the Nook) was interesting. It was a little different compared to the average “modern fairy tale”. The main character Sophia wasn’t what I expected as a cynical Los Angeles artist. She was a little too willing to believe in magic and the idea of a frog prince to be classified a cynic, in my mind. Sophia’s interaction with Prince Alexander was funny. His lack of understanding in the modern world and her explanations had me chuckling while trying to figure out how I would explain every day things to someone who didn’t understand. It would not be a cake walk. Cate Rowan could have drawn things out a little more and made it a longer story. Upping to 150 pages would’ve made Kiss that Frog slightly more believable, at least as far as a story including magic can be. Overall I liked, but probably would not recommend. If you already love Cate Rowan or read anything fairy tale related that you can get your hands on, then this short story is right up your alley. If that doesn’t describe you, then you may want to skip this one.For more reviews, check out today!

  • Kerri (Book Hoarder)
    2019-04-15 11:33

    2.5 stars. This little novelette is sweet and adorable, taking on a modern retelling of the Princess and the Frog - or the modern woman and the Frog Prince, I guess you might say! Sofia is none too pleased when she's called upon by her sister to look after her niece's frog while they're away, but as so many family members do, she steps up to the plate to look after the amphibian. Strangely enough, she finds herself talking to the little beast, and from there things take a surprising turn which I'm sure you can imagine!Any readers will have to keep in mind that this is a novelette and that means it's going to be missing out on some of the depth that you might want from a story like this. Even so, however, I have to say that I found it a bit light on substance. It's almost right in that spot between short enough that you don't even bother to expect any depth and long enough that the writer would have time to flesh it all out... I didn't really feel the connection the way I would have liked to, though Alex was charming enough. The story has a lot of sparkle and shine to it, but it's all on the surface, without the satisfaction to go with the sweetness.

  • Cherie
    2019-03-27 19:51

    I think everyone has heard the story of the frog prince. Or at least have heard about kissing frogs and them turning into a prince. While I don't recommend kissing a real life frog (nothing against frogs by the way. I think they can be adorable. I'm speaking from a health concerned point of view.) in stories it can be an interesting practice.Sofia, our main character, learns this the hard way. She is pulled into pet sitting her nieces pet frog and though joking around when kissing the frog the inevitable happens. The frog turns out to be a prince.The story isn't bad. I did love the main character, Sofia for one thing. I found her love for her family and her snarky nature endearing. Other then that and the cute plot line I really didn't find much to get into. That could be because it's so short. I realize of course it's more of a novella then anything. But for this particular story it doesn't work.For the rest of the review and rating, please visit me at Musekicker's Reading Place.

  • Trina Misiak
    2019-04-02 16:56

    Kiss that Frog: A Modern Fairy TaleI was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.In reading Cate Rowan’s captivating romance, I found myself instantly a fan of this author! A lonely young artist, jaded on love and life in general, finds herself frog sitting for her beloved niece. Distaste for her new green roomy turns quickly to companionship as her reptilian guest proves to be a very good listener. But when Sofia picks up Toad, and bestows upon him a kiss…the magic erupts. Literally. Right there in his terrarium. Shock and disbelief slowly disappear as Sofia realizes the hot guy in sexy medieval attire is indeed real. A real life prince! This fantasy romance novelette, is just plain fun. Witty, vibrant dialogue makes these star crossed characters a delight. I fell in love with them, and look forward to reading more magic from Cate Rowan! Peg PiersonAuthor of Flirting with FangsAnd Fish Flirt Too!

  • Paula
    2019-03-24 11:39

    4.5 Stars for what is a cute read! Kiss That Frog, A Modern Fairy Tale by Cate Rowan gives a new updated grown up version of the classic tale. The story is a perfect mix of enjoyable plot, some ridiculously funny scenes, and wonderful romance. Expanded it would make a very funny movie. I would pay to go see it! My only reason for not giving it five stars is the bad language used by Sofia. I get that she is a housekeeping challenged “cynical Los Angeles artist” but the language did not fit with the image pictured in my mind of her. Honestly, in this case it did not move the story along or give me any insight into the character. I guess I just don’t believe any one so committed to their young niece would use those expressions so casually. This is my opinion as someone who is only a reader not a writer or someone just out of date with the rest of the world. Still I liked the story and the characters very much.Copy provided by NetGalley for an honest review.

  • Dirty Dayna
    2019-04-03 16:42

    Kiss that Frog 3 Kissing Frog Stars When I snagged this little guy from Netgalley I did not know it was going to be only 45 pages long especially with a price tag of 1.49 on Amazon This is a little story that is about a frog prince! The main character Sofia age 7 has to frog sit for a week.. she begrudgingly decides shes going to actually befriend this frog and says that if she kisses the frog he will turn into a prince… but he doesn’t or does he? This book doesn’t flow like a 7 year old.. Maybe a teen would of fit the bill better. It overall was a super quick cute read