great book and wonderful characters with strong personalities...long enough to really enjoy and I didn't feel shortchanged at all!
Yet another book where we are to believe that a frontier raised woman is too stupid to bring up her knife and can have it handily taken away, as the big strong manly idiot laughs at her puny attempts to defy him, and does what he likes with her anyway.
This dummy is actually spanked for disobedience - !! Spanked!? Like a willful child.
Another one where I was fervently wishing the dumb female would stab the idiotic hero in his grabby grubby little hands as he reached for her. Why do women in books have to be so irritating? They are so PASSIVE - the story happens TO them, they fall in love DESPITE their better judgment, and the hero moves the story forward, and is always mocking toward the poor dumb helpless cow.
Romance writers can do better than this, this is trite crap.
I enjoyed it. Something magic about Johanna Lindsey's books.
One of my favorites. A funny light historical.
I found this book to be a fun historical romance. It made me daydream about being a lost princess myself
From the back:
In a rustic Mississippi tavern, a beautiful exiled princess was forced to dance for the pleasure of others -- unaware of her regal birthright...and infuriated by a magnificent, golden-eyed devil who crossed an ocean to possess her.
This was a great book. I love how both protagonists come toghether. The fish out of water part was played down and seemed very natural to me. I love Stefan and Vasili. Great characters. A great read.
a prince crosses an ocean to claim his princess - found as a dance in a Mississippi tavern
A beautiful exiled princess was forced to dance for the pleasure of others, unaware of her regal birthright.
A fun rags-to-riches love story
I've re-read this book a few times now, a definite must read!
Ok beach read. Soemthing fluffy to pass the time.
Standard fare, but I thought it was pretty good. I read it straight through, which indicates to me that I liked it.
I love Johanna Lindey books!
Once upon a time an exiled princess was brought up by strangers who used her as a worker in their bar. There she learned to dance for the pleasure of others, yet remained hidden from their sight by her everyday appearance. From a far off Land a bold and brazen prince comes to claim the promised Bride who was supposed to have been raised in luxury and protected from danger. Instead he first sees her dancing, then recognizes her even with her disguise. The spirited vixen spurns his advances and inflames his royal blood with passion's fire...impelling virile Stefan Barany to take in sensouus and searing conquest the love young Tatiana vowed never to yield.
A very fun, adventuresome romance
I just love Johanna Lindsey. This book is a definite must read!
This book is high-quality entertainment. The charm and appeal of her characters are infectious. A great historical romance novel.
In a rustic Mississippi tavern, a beautiful exiled princess was forced to dance for the pleasure of others, unaware of her regal birthright...and infuriated by a magnificient golden-eyed devil who crossed an ocean to possess her.0
I enjoyed this book immensely!!!!Great Escape!
Had some funny spots to go along with the romance.
In a rustic Mississippi tavern, a beautiful exiled princess was frorced to dance for the pleasure of others-unaware of her regal birthright...and infuriated by a magnificent, golden-eyed devil who crossed an ocean to possess her.
It was a good book, but just your typical romance.