The Trouble with Princesses (Mass Market Paperbound)
Signet Book, 9780451239716, 339pp.
Publication Date: November 5, 2013
On the threshold of receiving her royal inheritance and tired of the London Marriage Mart, Ariadne has decided to defy convention and declare her independence. She will not seek a husband--she will take a lover instead, no matter how notorious she may become.
The prince of a small European kingdom, renowned bachelor Rupert Whyte, is in London to enjoy a last bit of freedom before choosing a wife. When he learns about Ariadne's scheme to take a lover, he decides he must prevent her from embarking on such a ruinous course.
What begins as a well-deserved reprimand quickly spins out of control when Rupert agrees to give Ariadne a few lessons in lust. But just how far will their passion go? And will their forbidden liaison lead them too far astray to turn back?
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Praise For The Trouble with Princesses…
Praise for The Trouble With Princesses
“Warren enchants with this sexy charmer that delivers what readers want: a fast-paced, sensual and fun love story… Simply a pleasure.”—RT Book Reviews (4 ½ stars)
Praise for Tracy Anne Warren and previous novels in the Princess Brides trilogy:
"Warren continues her impeccably written Princess Brides trilogy with a thrillingly romantic, intrigue-infused tale
of a blue-blooded royal who discovers both her one true love and the inner resources she never imagined
she possessed while taking a walk on the wilder side of life." --Booklist
“The second installment in this delightful series has just as much charm and joy as every other one of Warren’s novels. A bit of It Happened One Night mixed with Scottish atmosphere and engaging characters (including an adorable dog) make this read irresistible.” –Romantic Times
“Utterly delightful historical romance. Daniel is sigh worthy and protective, too delicious for any respectable fan of Scottish heroes to resist….A real pleasure to read.” –Affaire de Coeur
"With a subtle nod to Roman Holiday, RITA award-winner Warren's latest gracefully written and exquisitely sensual Regency historical is the perfect literary fairy tale for any romance reader."—Booklist (starred review) on The Princess and the Peer
“Tracy Anne Warren is brilliant!”—New York Times bestselling author Cathy Maxwell