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THE STOLEN PRINCESS
by Anne Gracie

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England

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Gracie begins the Devil Riders series with a fast-paced and enticing tale about a princess on the run and the enigmatic man who gallantly comes to the rescue. She captures both the inherent tension of the story and the era with her hallmark charm and graceful prose.

Desperate to get her son,
the crown prince of a small kingdom, away from an assassin, Princess Callie flees to England with the hope that
she can hide out with her old governess. Left on the shore, Callie is
rescued by Gabriel Renfrew, the son
of an earl, who only recently returned from the battlefields.

Callie and her son give him a new purpose. Gabriel suspects Callie is
hiding something, but he has no
idea what it is until the attacks begin. Already in love, Gabriel proposes that the only way Callie and her son will be safe is if they marry. He's sure he can protect her from their enemies, but can she keep her heart safe from his gentle assault on her senses? (Berkley Sensation, Jan., 333 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Berkley Sensation

Published: January 2008

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