Depicting seven princesses in one story is no easy feat, but Elysian was able to clearly differentiate all of them on the very first chapter. Their descriptions were spot on and their quirks memorable, and I'm satisfied to see all of them equally contribute to the story, no princess left behind. I love the depth of the main characters and the way in which the supporting ones, like Weston, Valeria, and Ty, were shown when they weren't serving the royal family. I simply love the story! However, another round or two of proofreading is needed. Halfway through, the princesses' bedchamber babysitter, who was first named Justine, had her name switched to Judith and then back to Justine for the rest of the story. While it stopped bothering me once I got used to it, the first instance of the change in name slightly confused me. There was also a lapse in grammar in the last few chapters, so rereading would really help. Other than those two small issues, I'd say the story was absolutely adorable!
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