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Image of How to Propose to a Prince (Royle Sisters)


Image of How to Propose to a Prince (Royle Sisters)

The Royle Sisters trilogy concludes as the last of the sisters searches for her perfect man, a prince. Caskie's hallmark humor tinged with tenderness shines on every page, as does her talent for bringing memorable, three-dimensional characters to life with several delectable surprises along the way.

With her sisters wed, Elizabeth Royle dreams of marrying a prince. When she accidentally meets the handsome and gallant Prince Leopold in a shop, she's certain she's found her groom. However, according to rumor, he's in London to court Princess Charlotte, Prinny's daughter.

But Elizabeth, like a true Royle sister, will not be stopped until she gets her prince, even if he has a secret that will require them to maneuver through a maze of secrets and surprises. (Avon, Mar., 368 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin