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One Night With a Prince

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 7, 2006

    He's in Christabel's Army Now....

    Generally I read these things with a jaundiced view on heroines with weak resolve or ludicrously bad judgement, but this gal's a pistol! Christabel is the first female character I've come across in a long time with the chutzpah to take matters, and firearms into her own hands, without waiting for her prince to come, and boy, is it refreshing! And her prince (or byblow son of a Prince) is no slouch, either. Gavin shows a wicked sense of humor in dealing with his little curvy Marchioness, and long-suffering, too, when he realizes her eccentric household includes a footless footman and deaf butler she's brought home from her father's army. A famous war hero, Christabel's dad has given her some letters about the Prince Regent that Gavin needs for political sway or revenge, he hasn't decided, but he knows he can't let Christabel out of his sight until she gives up the info he needs. In the meantime, the obligatory passion swells, with some nifty nookie scenes that are also sprinkled with enough absurdity to make you both blush and giggle--a nice touch! Gavin's secret sorrow stems from memories of watching his dear mother go down in flames (literally) after the Prince Regent casts her aside as one in a long series of mistresses. As a result, Gavin has grown from street urchin into a wealthy, hardened rake that treats titled ladies of the ton like ladies of the night. Even so, our hero takes great, serious umbrage when Christabel calls herself just that, which culminates in one of the hottest, yet slightly hysterical love scenes I've read EVER. So love comes on strong in the end, a few titles are handed out, and people make peace with their past. (Sigh). What more can you ask for in a good Regency Romance?

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