Book Reviews of The Prince Kidnaps a Bride (Lost Princess, Bk 3)

The Prince Kidnaps a Bride (Lost Princess, Bk 3)
The Prince Kidnaps a Bride - Lost Princess, Bk 3
Author: Christina Dodd
ISBN-13: 9780060561185
ISBN-10: 0060561181
Publication Date: 11/28/2006
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 273 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 8
I like romance. I also like historical romance. So you would think that I would enjoy this book. Everyone else gave it a positive review, but I could not stand this book. By the time the heroine finished riding around on her donkey, which was creatively named St. Donkey, and then began to have sex with Prince Ranger in a fairy ring, I was just disgusted with the book. It is pretty rare that I cannot finish a romance novel. In fact, I usually love the worst of the worst. Like that one book where the 1980's business woman has sex with a ghost from the American Revolution and gets pregnant with his half ghost babies. That one was pretty good. I lol'd. But this was just tedious and predictable and had far too many donkeys for my taste. Just way too many donkeys.
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Helpful Score: 3
Princess #1, but story #3. Good read - especially after the first 2. Historical Scotland around 1800s. Hero has made appearances in #1 and #2 and so is already a well liked character, however this book unravels his history. As in the previous, hero and heroine spend much of the book together as the romance develops nicely. Recommeded read for historical romance
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Helpful Score: 1
third and last of the princess books. Ties it all together and you learn who was the real villains. Good read. If you have read the other two in the sries do not miss this one.
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This is the 3rd book in a 3 book series. I felt that the first 2 books were better stories than this one, and I felt that the first half of this book was better than the 2nd half. I think there was just so much to have to bring to a conclusion that it just felt very forced.

I do think that the series as a whole is worth reading and I loved the character of Sorcha, especially in the beginning of the story.
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Another fun read by Christina Dodd, the incurable romantic.
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Fun adventure/romance - third in the princess series by Dodd.
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this is the last of the "missing Princess" series.
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Third in a series of three. All three were great, I especially liked this one. Read Some Enchanted Evening, and The Barefoot Princess too.
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Slow start and a little confusing. But there are many fun scenes in the book.
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Last in the "Lost Princesses" series. Great characters and story. The whole series is a must read.
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Book 3 in an excellent trilogy...Sorcha's story
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Last of three.
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Dodd's fine, final installment in her Lost Princess series recounts the story of Crown Princess Sorcha of the tiny European country Beaumontagne. Forced into hiding in a Scottish convent 10 years earlier, when revolutionaries threatened her country, the winter of 1810 sees Sorcha is returning home after learning that her domineering grandmother has control of the country. Fearing assassins, Sorcha leaves the convent disguised as a man, but it isn't long before a wayward, dull-witted fisherman named Arnou joins up to help protect her on the journey. Unbeknownst to Sorcha, Arnou is actually Prince Rainger, the arrogant young man to whom Sorcha was betrothed at birth. After years of imprisonment by a cruel usurperyears that gave rise to rumors of his deathRainger is determined to win back his kingdom and take Princess Sorcha for his wife. As the journey rolls on, secrets are revealed and passions are succumbed to, building swiftly toward Rainger's confrontation with his nemesis.
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Slow at first but picks up at the end.
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The last in the series of the lost princess sisters, this is Princess Sorcha's and Prince Rainger's story. He finally finds her stashed in a nunnery off the coast of Scotland, and must get her back to their home, while avoiding the assasins who are waiting at every stop.
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Such a fun book in this Dodd series of the Lost Princesses (this is book 3). It is kind of a fairy tale...but good story. Very light read
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Excellent! Once you start it you don't want to put it down!
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This is the last book in the Lost Princesses series. Sorcha's and Rainger's story wasn't as good as the first 2 stories. At the end, I was like "That's it?".
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This book wraps up the "Lost Princesses" series. I thought Sorcha would be a stronger character (if not more so being the crown princess) than Amy & Clarice, but it was still a pretty good story! Enjoy! =)
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A dream come true for a prince and princess.
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Great book
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Betrothed in the cradle, Princess Sorcha and Prince Rainger were destined to rule their countries together. Then revolution sent Sorcha to a remote Scottish conventand Rainger into a dungeon so deep rumor claimed he was dead.

Now danger threatens, and Sorcha must travel home with a simple fisherman as her companionPrince Rainger in disguise. Changed by his imprisonment from a careless lad to a dangerous man, he's determined to win back his kingdomand the woman he wants more than life itself. But can he protect a woman who believes every person she meets is her friend, every tavern is an opportunity to sing bawdy songs, and each turn in the road hides new adventure? To keep his princess safe, he must resort to his most treacherous weapon: seduction.
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Mine is hardback. Great story with a sweet ending.
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At last the story of crown Princess Sorcha....
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Once upon a time... three princesses were forced to flee their kingdom in the Pyrenees -- vanishing without a trace -- until the day a prince can bring each princess home.
Betrothed since the cradle, Princess Sorcha and Prince Rainger were destined to rule their countries together. Then revolution sent Sorcha to a remote Scottish convent -- and Rainger into a dungeon so deep rumor claimed he was dead.
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Once upon a time...three princesses were forced to flee their kingdom in the Pyrenees - vanishing without a trace - until the day a prince can bring each princess home.

Betrothed in the cradle, Princess Sorcha and Prince Rainger were destined to rule their countries together. Then revolution sent Sorcha to a remote Scottish convent - and Rainger into a dungeon so deep rumor claimed he was dead.

Now danger threatens, and Sorcha must travel home with a simple fisherman as her companion - Prince Rainger in disguise. Changed by his imprisonment from a careless lad to a dangerous man, he's determined to win back his kingdom - and the woman he wants more than life itself. But can he protect a woman who believes every person she meets is her friend, every tavern is an opportunity to sing bawdy songs, and each turn in the road hides new adventure? To keep his princess safe, he must resort to his most treacherous weapon? seduction.