Waking The Princess by Susan King

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An antiquarian for the National Museum, Christina Blackburn has her reasons for disguising her smoldering beauty. She posed for a painting that scandalized the Victorian art world -- and it nearly ruined her life. But when the museum sends her on a trip across Scotland, Christina finds herself face-to-face with the same notorious painting and its dangerously handsome owner. Sir Aedan Arthur MacBride knows the local legend about the sleeping maiden but refuses to believe in such a curse. Then he gazes upon this very real maiden's face, and he knows he is utterly doomed . . .

About Susan King

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King is a Ph.D. candidate in medieval art history at the University of Maryland.
Published February 2, 2004 by Wheeler Publishing. 488 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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An ancient Scottish legend about a beautiful maiden asleep in a rose bower and the laird of Dundrennan, for whom true love can have tragic consequences, plays out in the second installment of King's Victorian-era trilogy (following Taming the Heiress).

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