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The Italian's Virgin Princess

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  • Posted April 11, 2013

    Joelle Ducasse's life is all planned out for her. She is to mar

    Joelle Ducasse's life is all planned out for her. She is to marry Prince Leo Borgarde. It didn't matter what she thought about it. The plan was to save her country and provide an heir to the throne. But, can she go through with it after the rush of emotions from losing her grandmother? She has to take time away to get ready for her future. She runs away to New Orleans for a year and becomes a singer like her mother once was and living the life or any ordinary young lady. On her last night she meets a man who she loses her virginity to. She doesn't want to marry having no experience at all with men. So, she chose him for her one night mission. After returning home, she meets the man she is to marry. And to her surprise, it's the same one she met on her last night in New Orleans. Now, all the confusion starts. Can she marry this man, even if it's out of duty? He wasn't honest with her about knowing who she was or who he was. Sure he told her his name, but she didn't recognize it because she didn't even know the correct name of the man she was to marry. Can she put the past and her feelings behind her and find love and marry to save her homeland? This was the last of the Princess Brides stories and all loose ends were wrapped up with the previous two stories. I enjoyed all three books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2004

    3rd Princess Bride

    THE ITALIAN'S VIRGIN PRINCESS is sadly the last of the Princess Bride series. I loved all of them but this one was my favorite of the three. Joelle Ducasse is the youngest and has gone through an emotional upheavel when her beloved grandmother died. That and the upcoming marriage made between her grandfather and the Prince who needs a country to rule as Melio needs Joelle to produce heirs. Overwhelmed by everything, Joelle decides to take off for a year by herself to get everything in perspective before she can make herself a proper wife to Prince Luigi. Her last night in New Orleans she means and intriguing and sensual man named Leo who she decides is the perfect man to give her virginity to. Only one thing Leo turns out to be her prospective groom and he is not happy. He is very attracted to Joelle but he has spent a lifetime trailing after his volatile mother, and doesn't want a wife with those same qualities that Joelle appears to have. Will they be able to put their doubts aside and go through with the marriage? THE ITALIAN'S VIRGIN PRINCESS was a nice ending to the Princess Bride series. Joelle shows there is more to her then what her family sees and Leo is the only other person who realises she is not as docile as everyone thinks. I highly recommend THE ITALIAN'S VIRGIN PRINCESS and know this would be a great thing to read as the turkey is cooking on Thanksgiving.

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