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Prince Charming Doesn't Live Here (Others Series #10)

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  • Posted October 31, 2010

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    An exciting urban tomantic fantasy

    In Manhattan the firm's most senior partner octogenarian Matthew Yorke IV directs attorney Danice Carter to find his granddaughter Rosemary Addison and persuade her to file a paternity suit. He blames Rosemary's pregnancy on the girl's father Tom who had nothing to do with his daughter. Rosemary's need for love led her to a low life who ditched her when she became pregnant. Danice wants nothing to do with the personal matter, but refusing is not an option unless she wants her career to end so she is expected to file a palimony suit in Connecticut.

    She heads to new Canaan to meet Rosemary, but when she arrives she finds the woman missing in spite of their telephonic discussion just prior to her drive. Soon afterward her inquiry leads half-Fae-human private investigator Mac Callahan to Danice as he is also searching for Rosemary. His purebred Faerie client has been silent as to why a human is sought. Mac decides to return to Faerie, a place he left as a baby, to learn the motive. Danice insists she accompany him though he fears the trip will prove dangerous as he wonders if the treacherous Unseelie Court is the instigator.

    The latest Others romantic fantasy (see Born to be Wild and Big Bad Wolf) takes a refreshing brisk twist by cleverly adding a new paranormal species into the overarching theme. The lead couple is a perfect pairing to enable the stunning spin to deftly occur. Neither trusts one another nor appreciates the attraction they feel towards each other. Fans will want to join the adventures of half Fae and the lawyer as they go to court with the Unseelie as their judge, jury, and executioner.

    Harriet Klausner

    6 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 15, 2012

    I like this whole series

    This isn't my favorite story in the series, but I enjoyed it and I recommend reading it.

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  • Posted December 29, 2011

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    Doesn't live up to the series...

    I have been a fan of The Others stories from the first book I picked up. Unfortunately, this one doesn't compare to the earlier books. I didn't connect with the characters and found Danice annoying at times. The story felt forced with more filler than substance.

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  • Posted February 12, 2011

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  • Posted January 9, 2011

    AN INTERESTING URBAN FANTASY ROMANCE!

    PRINCE CHARMING DOESN'T LIVE HERE by Christine Warren is a fantasy romance set in modern day Manhattan. It is well written with depth and details.It is Book 10 of "The Others" series but can be read as a stand alone. It has romance, sensuality,magic,passion, intrigue,half-human Fae,supernatural powers,secrets,adventure,danger, humor,sexy romance, love,dark fantasy,and fast paced. When human, Danice's boss asked her to take on a personal case, she is an attorney,she is throw into a world of danger. She meets a stranger, McIntyre, a private investigator who is also looking for a certain person. They are throw together to try an find Rosemary, who is Danice's boss' grandaugther,pregant, and is now missing.Together Danice and McIntyre, who is half-human and half- Fae are thrown into danger. Sparks fly between them, temptation,supernatural powers and they learn to trust each other. McIntyre will have to use his Fae power to get them to safety. Secrets are revealed. Danger is on every corner.This is fast paced, with a rather slow beginning but a dynamite ending. If you enjoy fantasy,dark magic, Fae,other beings,sexy hero, and witty,sassy heroines you will enjoy this one. This is my first time of reading this author's works but it will not be my last. This book was received for the purpose of review from the publisher and details can be found at St. Martin's Paperbacks and My Book Addiction and More.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2010

    Disappointing

    Couldn't wait to read this book after purchasing and was just really disappointed. This book just seemed to drag on and you didn't really care about either of the main characters. It was hard to understand what drew each to the other and the story line was just kind of boring. The earlier books in the series were much better.

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