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Is this book a frog or a prince? -Review

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

I usually don’t read this kind of book, the non-fiction girl-power how-to genre of books. Kaycee Jane’s book, however, had smart writing that mixed good information with engaging anecdotes and diagrams (charts and checklists). This balance allowed me to absorb the useful information without feeling like I’m studying for an exam. >read more

Paperfairy (TeenSRC)

Radical Parenting- Review

Thursday, February 25th, 2010

I just got a copy of Frog or Prince by Kaycee Jane to review and was blown away.  First, how awesome is the title? It so aptly describes the predicament that most girls (ahem, women) find themselves in whenever they go to a dance, bar, singles event or cocktail party.  Is he really what you think he is?  > read more    Vanessa Van Petten (Radical Parenting) 

Douglas College-the other press – Review

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

As I flipped through the pages of a transcript of Frog or Prince?, written by Vancouverite Kaycee Jane, I couldn’t help but reminisce about the some of the frogs I have encountered in my life; and not the amphibian  > read more    CHLOÉ BACH (Douglas College-the other press)

Issues and Experts (SFU News) – Review

Friday, February 19th, 2010

Frog or prince?
You’ve got to kiss a lot of frogs to find your prince–or do you? Not if SFU Executive MBA student Kaycee Jane has her way. The single mom …wanted to help her teen daughter avoid toads, so she wrote a book that shows “how to build a bar a guy has to jump over to get into your life in a serious way.” > read more

Penn State University-Daily Collegian – Review

Friday, February 19th, 2010

Book Review: Book Provides Romance Advice
Forget the self-help days of yore, when glossy magazine articles or sardonic novels like “He’s Just Not That Into You” helped women determine what they were doing wrong in their love lives. Kaycee Jane’s “Frog or Prince? The Smart Girl’s Guide to Boyfriends,” at times reading like a textbook, takes a more clinical approach to matters of the heart. > read more
STEPHANIE GOGA (Penn State University-Daily Collegian)

York University – Excalibur – Review

Friday, January 22nd, 2010

Her voice sounds like that of a guardian, watching over her readers’ love lives. > read more

- Jessica Vitullo (York University – Excalibur)

University of Texas – The Daily Texan – Review

Friday, January 22nd, 2010

After raising two children and witnessing the heartbreak of ill-matched relationships firsthand, new author Kaycee Jane decided to write a book to help girls make better boyfriend decisions. > read more

- Mary Lingwall (University of Texas – The Daily Texan)

Rockridge Secondary – You Think By Teens For Teens – Review

Friday, January 22nd, 2010

Frog or prince? It’s all a matter of opinion, isn’t it? Kaycee Jane proves that there is more to a relationship than just finding one or the other. > read more

- Megan Kaart (Rockridge Secondary – You Think By Teens For Teens)

University of Toronto – The Strand – Review

Friday, January 22nd, 2010

There’s something about the quest for the perfect guy that is embedded in girls from the moment we enter the world. We navigate the dating world hoping to find our prince … > read more

- Aya Tsintziras (University of Toronto – The Strand)

Kent State University – Kent Stater – Review

Friday, January 22nd, 2010

Finding a prince has been a focus for almost every woman who has ever read fairy tales. Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty may have corrupted women’s thoughts of the perfect man, but the record is finally being set straight. > read more

- Rebecca Mohr (Kent State University – Kent Stater)