If I Have a Wicked Stepmother, Where's My Prince? Themes

Melissa Kantor
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The Never-Ending Love of a Family

At the beginning of the book, the reader learns that Lucy has recently moved from San Francisco to New York due to her father getting remarried. The reader also learns that Lucy's father still works in San Francisco five days a week, leaving Lucy to live in New York with her new family. Lucy makes it clear that her father's remarriage, as well as his working in San Francisco, causes her to feel abandoned, unimportant and unloved. Her father's choices seem to create a sense of hopelessness in Lucy, as she implies throughout the book that she and her father's relationship, as well as her life, will never be the same again. Although she develops friendships and romantic relationships as the book progresses, Lucy continues to feel lonely at home, as her step-mother and step-sisters ignore her and, when her father is home...

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