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THE PRINCESS MASQUERADE
by Lois Greiman

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: The Alternate State of the Kingdom of Sedonia

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This marvelous sequel to The Princess and Her Pirate follows Megan O'Shay, "Magical Megs," the most daring pickpocket in the British Isles.

When Megs picks the pocket of Nicol Argle, Viscount of Newborn, of the kingdom of Sedonia, she has no idea that he will search high and low to catch the thief. But Nicol wants her to masquerade as the Princess Titania while the real princess searches for a hero to protect the kingdom.

Nicol must transform the thief into the perfect princess—and not lose his heart along the way. Megs fights her attraction to Nicol, knowing that once the real Titania returns she must be on her way—but not without first tasting passion. Caught up in the whirlwind of life at court, Megs and Nicol elude those who might expose their charade to save Sedonia, but is there a way to save their love?

You'll fall in love with Megs and Nicol and be utterly enchanted with Greiman's magical tale. Her talent will leave you awestruck. SENSUAL (Apr., 380 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Avon

Published: April 2004

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