Book Reviews of Royal Passion (Royal Princess, Bk 2)

Royal Passion (Royal Princess, Bk 2)
Royal Passion - Royal Princess, Bk 2
Author: Jennifer Blake
ISBN-13: 9780449901014
ISBN-10: 0449901017
Publication Date: 1/12/1986
Pages: 421
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
The story is good and the historical setting is very intriguing. Though well written, I have enjoyed other Jennifer Blake books more.
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Extremely enjoyable. A Louisiana Beauty in order to save her beloved Grandmother must seduce a prince...
A Prince who finds his seductress most tempting but whose flame of Love moves him to protect her virtue.
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Jennifer Blake's prince in Royal Passion has a wonderful mix of physical and mental attraction. Nothing needs to be spelt out for him - he just knows! Highly intelligent and intuitive - this man is fathoms deep. There is a great blend of characters, and all of them are unique in themselves. I have read many of Jennifer's books, but keep coming back and re-reading this one as, firstly, I enjoy historical romances, but mainly because the main characters have an integrity that one can only admire. Loved it!
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Amid the color and music of a gypsy camp in the foothills of France, Mara Delacroix of Louisiana and Roderic, Prince of Ruthenia, met for the first time. She was the daughter of Andre Delacroix, who lost his great love, Angeline, to Roderic's father in a daring gamble.

Now Mara was involved in a deception of her own. Visiting France with her grandmother - who had gotten into debt to the ruthless Nicholas de Landes - Mara had to seduce Roderic (for reasons de Landes would not explain) or see her grandmother suffer.

Mara wanted only to use Roderic in a game of intrigue. Roderic was well aware of her beauty and charm but didn't want to be anyone's fool. How could they know that passion would explode between them?

Here is a glittering adventure set against the excitement of 19th-century France that is a total enchantment, sensual delight, and, of course, pure Jennifer Blake.
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From the back cover...

When a boldly innocent maiden tries to seduce a gorgeous, brilliant prince, the result is royal passion.

Amid the color and music of a gypsy camp in the foothills of France, Mara Delacroix if Louisiana and Roderic, Prince of Ruthenia, met for the first time. She was the daughter of Andre Delacroix, who had lost his great love Angeline to Roderic's father in a daring gamble.

Now Mara was involved in a deception of her own. Visiting France with her grandmother-who had gotten them into debt to the ruthless Nicholas de Landes-Mara had to seduce Roderic (for reasons Landes would not explain) or see her dear grandmother suffer.

Mara wanted only to use Roderic in a game of intrigue. Roderic was well aware of her beauty and charm but didn't want to be anyone's fool. How could they know that passion would explode between them?
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From the back cover...

When a boldly innocent maiden tried to seduce a gorgeous, brilliant prince, the result is royal passion...

Amid the color and music of a gypsy camp in the foothills of France, Mara Delacroix of Louisiana and Roderic, Prince of Ruthenia, met for the first time. She was the daughter of Andre Delacroix, who had lost his great love Angeline to Roderic's father in a daring gamble.

Now Mara was involved in a deception of her own. Visiting France with her grandmother-who had gotten them into debt to the ruthless Nicholas de Landes-Mara had to seduce Roderic (for reasons Landes would not explain) or see her grandmother suffer.

Mara wanted only to use Roderic in a game of intrigue. Roderic was well aware of her beauty and charm but didn't want to be anyone's fool. How could they know that passion would explode between them?