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Penelope and Prince Charming (Nvengaria Series #1)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2008

    I could not put it down

    I loved this book! I have found my new FAVORITE author! I want a prince charming in my life, I just ordered more of her books can't wait to read them.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 3, 2007

    Nvengaria Prince Charming - Oooo........I Want One!!!!

    All I know is that if there is a real Prince of Nvengaria, or any other Nvengarians out there - I want one! That is what the reader will find themselves saying throughout this story. Jennifer Ashley captivated fans with her Pirate Series and enthralls them once again with this sensual Fantasy Regency in her unique style. Passionate love scenes blend in a magical fantasy world that at times leave the reader breathless. Love at first sight, prophecies, court intrigues, and mythical creatures called the logosh are woven into a wonderful tapestry from England to the Transylvania mountains to create a story that cannot be put down. Ms. Ashley makes us dream and believe in Prince Charming. Penelope & Prince Charming is an enchanting Cinderella Story. Romances already have a bit of magic to them, but this book proves you can never have too much magic or romance. I loved this book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2006

    How Romantic!!!!

    I love this book!! There is eventhing in this book! There action. There murder. there's also 'coupling' :). And there's love. Even fairy tales!!. It a romantic fairy tale. I almost didnt buy this book because I was look ing for another one. I am soooooo glad I did!!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A beguiling tale

    In 1819 in Little Marching, England Penelope Trask lives a somewhat sedate life. That is staid and proper (most would say dull) until Prince Damien Augustus Frederic Michel of the kingdom of Nvengaria arrives claiming she is his princess. Penelope assumes that the handsome royal is either a lunatic or found the wrong female.----- Damien is not prepared for rejection as he anticipated the villager would jump at the opportunity of becoming a princess. Instead the obstinate princess to be distrusts him perhaps for good reason. He needs to marry her immediately if he is to fulfill an ancient prophecy and regain his kingdom from an usurper. As they trek to his remote nation, they fend off attacks mundane by assassins and magical by evil wizards they even survive a battle with a shapeshifting Logosh. All this makes Penelope a believer that there is more to earth than her village even as she and her prince fall in love.---- PENELOPE AND PRINCE CHARMING is a fine romantic fantasy that shows Jennifer Ashley can leave the pirates behind. The story line is at its best when the lead couple struggles to survive against overwhelming odds, some mundane (assassins being an everyday occurrence) and some from the fantasist realm as the romance takes a back seat and at times feels intrusive to the fantasy. Sub-genre fans will enjoy this beguiling tale.------- Harriet Klausner

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