Jack and the Princess & Betrothed to the Prince by Raye Morgan
Jack and the Princess\Betrothed to the Prince (Harlequin Showcase)

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Jack and the Princess

Cracking the security system at the Roseanova estate seemed like a surefire way for Jack Santini to prove to the royal family that he was the man for the chief–of–security position. But he hadn't counted on waking up a beautiful, golden–haired princess! Karina Roseanova thought the brooding bodyguard who scaled her balcony was the perfect person to free her from the confines of her ivory tower and show her the ways of the world. Before long, Karina's irresistible girlish wonder gave way to a love beyond her wildest dreams. All she had to do was convince her family that this gruff commoner was her one and only prince!

Betrothed to the Prince

Princess Tianna had no intention of honoring her lifelong betrothal to Prince Garth Roseanova. But when she arrived to disengage herself from the playboy prince she'd never met, she ended up going undercover as a nanny—to protect the abandoned baby girl who might be the man's illegitimate heir! Dashing Prince Garth was nervous around the child, but her sweet cooing soon won him over, just like her beautiful nanny. Before long, he and Tianna were drawn together, propelled by forces beyond their control. But could their fairy–tale romance survive the shocking truth?


About Raye Morgan

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Raye Morgan also writes under Helen Conrad and Jena Hunt and has written over fifty books for Mills & Boon. She grew up in Holland, Guam, and California, and spent a few years in Washington, D.C. as well. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature. Raye says that “writing helps keep me in touch with the romance that weaves through the everyday lives we all live.” She lives in Los Angeles with her geologist/computer scientist husband and the rest of her family.
Published August 1, 2011 by Harlequin Showcase. 331 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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