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A lovely review of Pink I from the Paperback Princesses. (Don’t you love that name?) The Paperback Princesses dub The Secret History of the Pink Carnation “witty, exciting, romantic, adventurous and downright funny.”


  1. Anonymous on October 17, 2010 at 2:18 am

    Congrads on yet another great review!!
    I was surprised though that they thought the books appropriate for teenagers. The Pink series definitely ranks in the most graphic series I have ever read. I don’t know I think if I gave these books to some of the teens or young adults I know their moms would be angry. Maybe older college age teens. Rated R Maybe PG13. To be fair Pinks #4 and #5 are probably more PG13.
    (Of course my parents don’t care, but I am over 20 and they don’t pay attention to what I read.)
    I of course am a huge fan of the books but I think a lot of my friends would think they’re too graphic.I honestly think you have to be careful marketing the series to teens.

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