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  • Posted May 7, 2012

    Great book!

    Truth or lie? Truth or lie? I loved this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2006

    awesome

    I have read hundreds of historical romances and this one is my favorite, I read it in one day! Can anyone tell me if there is a sequal? There is two unfinished romances in the novel that I really want to know what happens with them.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2004

    The Book That Never Leaves Your Side!

    The book¿s twists and turns will force you to be so infatuated in the story that you will be bringing the book everywhere with you. Lois Greiman creates a setting that pulls you in and makes you beg for more! You will find yourself drawn to read her book no matter where you are and who you¿re with. Reading suddenly becomes more important than visiting with family members that you haven¿t seen in years, finishing important tasks, or even sleeping. Turning each page of Lois Greiman¿s PRINCESS AND HER PIRATE, is like watching a suspenseful movie. You ache for the characters to listen to your silent thoughts. As soon as you think you know what is going to happen next, a whirlwind of passion, romance, deception, and distrust overburdens your emotions and sucks you into each turning page. I invite you to read Lois Greiman¿s PRINCESS AND HER PIRATE if you want a captivating, sweet Scottish story about a couple trying to find love and the struggles they go through.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Delightful romance

    In 1817 Princess Tatiana Rocheneau will do anything for the good of her people so she sets forth from Sedonia in disguise to meet Cairn MacTavish, pirate captain of Teleere in order to obtain his services to protect her beloved island kingdom. To insure her safety, a look alike is left behind sitting on the throne.<P> However, nothing goes right from the start, as she hates traveling by sea. Looking forward to land, the moment she sets foot on Teleere, Tatiana is arrested and is accused of being super thief Magical Megs. In spite of her insistence that she is not Meg, but a neighboring princess, Cairn rejects her plea of innocence. Desperate, Tatiana escapes though her heart remains captive. Cairn follows knowing that this woman stole his heart too.<P> Though there has been a recent influx of Regency tales involving island kingdoms, readers will enjoy this delightful novel. The lead couple is charming, but it is the master thief Meg who steals the show, as readers will want to know more about this magical robber. Early nineteenth century romance fans will want to read the pleasing THE PRINCESS AND THE PIRATE, as the story is simple fun.<P> Harriet Klausner

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