The Prince and the Dressmaker, by Jen Wang

When Frances follows her client’s wishes instead of her boss’, she is both fired from her job as a seamstress and hired by a mysterious new client in the palace. She meets Sebastian, the Belgian prince, in need of her unique services. Frances accepts Sebastian for who he is, and helps him to create the clothing needed for his Lady Crystallia half.

A love story involving a genderqueer character and the person who accepts him and cares for him regardless? What’s not to love?? This is one of the sweetest things I’ve read in quite some time. I wanted to hug the book. I probably did hug the book. Um, more than once. Definitely need my own copy!

I’m very picky about graphic novels, but the artwork and story were both fabulous in this one. I loved every second and highly recommend it!

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2 Responses to The Prince and the Dressmaker, by Jen Wang

  1. Kristen M. says:

    I need to buy myself a copy too! I had one that I got for review but then I let my niece read it when she was visiting and she loved it and so I had to offer to let her keep it. She was so happy that it makes it worth having to buy another one for me. 🙂

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