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The Sandalwood Princess
The Sandalwood Princess
Author: Loretta Chase
The sorrow of leaving her beloved India after five splendid years is lessened considerably for vivacious Amanda Cavencourt by a thoughtful parting gift from her dearest friend: an exquisite statue of a princess carved from sandalwood. That very night, however, the statue is stolen by the notorious rogue known as the Falcon....Amanda sets out on ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780380714551
ISBN-10: 0380714558
Publication Date: 11/1991
Pages: 232
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 20 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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marciac10 avatar reviewed The Sandalwood Princess on + 16 more book reviews
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I really enjoyed this book. It grabbed me from the first and kept me interested to the end. The main characters and the minor characters were all very interesting. The deceptions by different characters was a main part of the storyline and helped give depth to the emotions of the characters. The book reminded me of books written by Mary Balogh and M. M. Kaye.
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I rate this 5 plus stars based on Knave's Wager alone! The Sandalwood Princess is good as well, but Knave's Wager has to be one of my few favorites. I have read it multiple times - in fact, I have the previous edition of the book. I love Loretta Chase's old works, which for some reason are a little different than her newer ones. The plot has been summed up nicely by others, but I would just like to say how incredibly wonderful this book was. The main characters as well as the secondary characters were wonderfully developed, and none of them were either unrealistic or stereotypes. The dialogue was fast moving and very witty, and the plot had enough twists and turns to keep me on my toes. I love Lilith and Julian both, and would have loved to see them again in a nother book. Also try Loretta Chase's Isabella and The English Witch, both of which are gems as well.


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