Book Reviews of The Prince's Love-Child (Royal House of Cacciatore, Bk 2) (Harlequin Presents, No 2472)

The Prince's Love-Child (Royal House of Cacciatore, Bk 2) (Harlequin Presents, No 2472)
The Prince's Love-Child - Royal House of Cacciatore, Bk 2 - Harlequin Presents, No 2472
Author: Sharon Kendrick
ISBN-13: 9780373124725
ISBN-10: 0373124724
Publication Date: 6/1/2005
Pages: 192
Rating:
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.
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3.2 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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i enjoyed the book, it was good.it could have been better, but it was an enjoyable read.
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They shared passionate nights together in upscale hotels whenever they were in the same city London, Paris, New York But, despite her feelings for Guido, Lucy knew the score: she was just his mistress. She was not supposed to get too close or ever say, "I love you"

Nor was she supposed to get pregnant But she did.

Prince Guido of Mardivino could not father a love-child his heir must be legitimate. Mistress and mother Lucy must marry him by royal command!
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Lucy loved and adored Guido, a prince of Mardivino, but knew if she wanted to continue as his mistress, she had to play by his rules. Once Guido brings her to Mardivino for his nephew's christening, however, the rules suddenly change. Lucy begins to understand where she stands in Guido's life and leaves. But when she discovers she's expecting The Prince's Love-Child , Guido sweeps in and marries herbut happily ever after is not to be. Not until Guido learns to come to terms with his past so that he can move on to the future, while Lucy has to have faith that eventually something will turn around.
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Lucy loved and adored Guido, a prince of Mardivino, but knew if she wanted to continue as his mistress, she had to play by his rules. Once Guido brings her to Mardivino for his nephew's christening, however, the rules suddenly change. Lucy begins to understand where she stands in Guido's life and leaves. But when she discovers she's expecting The Prince's Love-Child, Guido sweeps in and marries herbut happily ever after is not to be. Not until Guido learns to come to terms with his past so that he can move on to the future, while Lucy has to have faith that eventually something will turn around. Sharon Kendrick's latest is a very powerful romance with very emotional and passionate ups and downs.