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TO CHARM A PRINCE
by Patricia Grasso

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: England, 1812

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Samantha Douglas has no misconceptions about herself—she knows her limp (the result of being run over by a carriage) makes her inferior. So why does the arrogant prince with the insolent smile toy with her affections?

Rudolph finds Samantha to be the most intriguing young lady he has met since arriving in England from Russia. Exiled from his homeland because he stole a priceless artifact, Rudolph is running for his life. His honor precludes him from involving Samantha until she is inadvertently abducted with him.

After they escape, Samantha begins a journey and adventure beyond her imagination. This is not only an exhilarating and passionate escapade, it's also one of true self-discovery. Filled with confidence, she takes control of her life and her love for Rudolph.

It is definitely fun to be swept away by an enchanting prince in a fairy-tale romance. Rudolph is a true alpha male, and though at times Samantha's self-depreciation becomes wearing, her growth from shy ingenue to strong woman is a joy to behold. What a simple pleasure to read! SENSUAL (Jun., 352 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Zebra

Published: June 2003

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