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Tempting the Prince

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  • Posted March 23, 2012

    Highly Recommend-you must check this book out.

    Loved this book and the others in this grouping. Wish this author would write more books.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2012

    Excellent read

    I agree with the other reviews, all time great love story, action packed, mystery and some romance.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A delightful tale

    In 1821 the seven Flambeau sisters each possess a different 'gift'. Belle, for instance, is blessed with the ability to heal people by touching them. She is contented with her lot as she loves gardening, enjoys helping people and looks forward to her upcoming marriage. Everything changes when Belle is the victim of an ugly assault most likely by the serial killing Society Slasher that though she survives leaves her face scarred and her fiancé dumping her.----------- Unable to cope the once happy healer hides in her garden, her last place she has any enjoyment. Meanwhile Prince Mikhail 'Mick' Kazanov and his daughter Bess want a wife and mother. She suggests he try shopping at the 'mummy stores' for a spouse who can tell her fairy tales and loves gardening. Mike knows he found a wife that he and his daughter could love, but Belle rejects his efforts to court her so he works a deal with her father the duke, her siblings, and his daughter to assist his plan to marry the woman he loves.--------------- The latest Flambeau sister and Kazanov brother Regency romance (see PLEASURING THE PRINCE and SEDUCING THE PRINCE) is a delightful tale. The story line is action-packed from the onset with the Slasher doing his horrific deeds while Mick and Bess court Belle. Fans of this princely series will enjoy this fine entry as Belle is one of the most fascinating characters amongst a horde of interesting players especially the Flambeau felines.----------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2007

    A captivating page turner.

    You must buy this book! Ms. Grasso writes another spell binding Flambeau Sister Story mixed in with another tantalizing Kazanov Brother. You are immediately drawn into Belle¿s gentle world. Then tragedy strikes. You feel Belle¿s soul deep courage and her ache to overcome all the challenges life has thrown in her path and the despair she faces believing no one will love her scarred imperfection. Enter Prince Mikhail who believes, as all arrogant males, he can make her love him. But in the end it is he, Prince Mikhail Kazanov, who is humbled by true love. The Prince learns that love isn¿t his to command. In that risking love he must trust that love will return to him. Not an easy challenge while dealing with ¿The Society Slasher¿ who threatens the very thing he loves. Ms. Grasso has so artfully crafted an intriguing plot around the strength of her characters that you find yourself turning the pages faster and faster to visit all the charming and characters from her previous books. They all participate in finding the killer and trying to insure that Belle and her Prince find true love. Pleasantly surprising are several subplots that are as intriguing as the main plot. I cannot wait to read the story of Blaze Flambeau and Alexander Blake, but first there is the teaser for ¿Enticing the Prince.¿

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  • Posted November 24, 2008

    this book is awsome

    this book is one of the greatest love stories of all times. it has action and romance. suspence and pleasure. you won't be able to put this book down till the vey end.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 7, 2007

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    This is the continuation of the Kazanov Prince Series. This story is about Belle Flambeau and Prince Mikhail Kazanov. Belle's story starts and is enter twined with Pleasuring the Prince. However I recommend reading the entire series - To Love a Princess, To Catch a Countess and Seducing the Prince. Belle and Mihails story begins after Belle is attacked and her face cut and scarred. Prince Mikhail is looking for a mother who meets 'certain criteria' set out by his young daughter. He spys Belle while visiting her father and secretly marries her. That is where the excitement begins as he must work to earn her love and keep the secret. There are 3 blonde 'witches' constantly causing problems as well as former in-laws. Very entertaining!

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