Book Reviews of Charming The Prince (Silhouette Desire, No 1492)

Charming The Prince (Silhouette Desire, No 1492)
Charming The Prince - Silhouette Desire, No 1492
Author: Laura Wright
ISBN-13: 9780373764921
ISBN-10: 0373764928
Publication Date: 2/1/2003
Pages: 192
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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His father wanted him to find a bride. Prince Maxim preferred bachelorhood and planned to thwart the king by romancing Francesca Charming a commoner he could never marry! However, Max found his seduction had gone awryand his own heart was getting in the way!

Practical veterinarian Francesca didn't believe in fairy tales, but Prince Maxim's fire-filled kisses were making her reconsider. Still, Fran knew that her royal romance couldn't lastunless she could figure out a way to rewrite the ending and win her own happily-ever-after with Max!
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Reviewer: Harriet Klausner -

Los Angeles Veterinarian, Dr. Francesca Charming travels to Llandaron, 100 miles from Cornwell, to tend to the royal Wolfhound, Grand Dame Glindaron. In the stable on her first visit to see her patient, she meets Prince Maxim, heir to the throne. They are immediately attracted to one another, but she fails to see the humor in his ruse of pretending to be a commoner.
Maxim's father places pressure on his son to marry. To elude his father's demands, Maxim selects the least desirable individual on the island, the outsider, Fran, believing that his sire would never condone marriage to an American commoner. Though Fran knows she is unsuited to sit on the throne, she falls in love with her Max. He reciprocates, but must decide between duty and love.

Fans of contemporary regal romances will enjoy CHARMING THE Prince, an engaging "fiery" tale. The lead couple lives up to her surname especially Max struggling between what he believes his country needs and what his heart desires. More so than Shrek, Fran is not a believer as "love is only true in fairy tales" and romance novels until she met Max. Readers will believe this novel contains the Wright stuff and look forward to the romance of Max's sister.

Harriet Klausner