The Prince's Bride by Julianne MacLean
(Royal Trilogy)

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She wrapped up everything with a bright red bow in the beginning and it seemed that she had to create additional conflict in the second half of the book to keep it going. Unfortunately that conflict was uninteresting and not enough to rescue the main characters from obscurity.
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Handsome Prince Nicholas of Petersbourg is an infamous ladies' man, but even he doesn't expect a flirtation at a masquerade ball to turn into abduction. Especially with a jailor as temptingly beautiful as the young woman on the other side of the locked door …

Veronique Montagne was desperate when she agreed to kidnap a prince to settle her profligate father's gambling debts, and certainly didn't imagine that her prisoner might sweet-talk her into helping him escape. Saving her home is now the least of her troubles, especially when the attraction simmering between her and the angry prince blazes into true passion. To save them both from scandal, Nicholas proposes a convenient marriage—but when a vengeful plot threatens to tear them apart, he discovers that Veronique's love is what he desires most of all…
The Prince's Bride is part of Julianne MacLean's Royal Trilogy.

 

About Julianne MacLean

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Julianne MacLean is a USA Today bestselling author with degrees in English literature and business administration. She is a three-time RITA finalist, and has won numerous awards, including the Booksellers' Best Award, the Book Buyers Best Award, and a Reviewers' Choice Award from Romantic Times for Best Regency Historical of 2005. She lives in Nova Scotia with her husband and daughter, and is a dedicated member of Romance Writers of Atlantic Canada.
 
Published April 30, 2013 by St. Martin's Paperbacks. 316 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction
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Reviewed by Mary Skelton on Aug 29 2013

She wrapped up everything with a bright red bow in the beginning and it seemed that she had to create additional conflict in the second half of the book to keep it going. Unfortunately that conflict was uninteresting and not enough to rescue the main characters from obscurity.

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