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ENTICING THE PRINCE
by Patricia Grasso

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England

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Though the plot lacks substance at times, and the author has a propensity for occasionally dropping the reader out of the Regency period, Grasso nevertheless pens an entertaining romance.

Katerina Garibaldi, Contessa
de Salerno, is an independent woman with a talent for making expensive jewelry for the wealthy. Her aura of mystery intrigues men. But Katerina is not who she professes to be. She's vowed vengeance against a man she's never met: Prince Drako Kazanov, whom she believes is responsible for the destruction of her family. When they do meet, she's stunned by the sensual pull between them.

As Katerina gets to know Drako, she becomes convinced that he's not responsible for the undoing of her family. As they grow closer, so does their love. But someone is determined to kill both of them. (ZEBRA, Nov., 347 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Joan Hammond

Publisher: Zebra

Published: November 2008

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