- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
Posted February 4, 2014
I truly enjoyed the final installment of The Princesses trilogy. This book is about Princess Ariadne and Prince Rupert, the brother of one of the princess' best friends. They had known each other for years, but had barely been able to tolerate one another. Their relationship slowly changes, and they become involved in an affair. When Ariadne is compromised, Rupert insists on marriage, but the princess will not be bound by duty and obligation. Will the two of them be able to recognize and address their true feelings? Of course; this is a romance novel! 3+ steamWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 27, 2014
Dumbest story -- ever!
Well, i guess Tracy Anne Warren can't always write a good one! Shoot...the second in the series was good, but this one is terrible! The story stinks. There is nothing redeeming about either Arie or Rupert. It is a feeble excuse to write explicit sex scenes. And even those aren't good because there is no real or believable relationship between them. I don't even think i can finish the book, and would really love a refund. SAVE YOUR MONEY! DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK! UGH!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 21, 2013
Simply Irresistible! Set in 1820, Princess Ariadne has decided
Simply Irresistible! Set in 1820, Princess Ariadne has decided to take control of her own life and will not marry. Rather, she will find a lover. The trouble is finding one who meets all of her standards. Ariadne is looking for discretion, independence, and lots of passion and chemistry. Prince Rubert Whyte is the older brother of Ariadne’s best friend. When she confides in him that she will seek a lover, he objects based on the scandal it will place upon both Ariadne and his family, but truth be told, Rupert also doesn’t want anyone else to have Ariadne, even though he knows he simply cannot marry her either. Convincing himself that he is doing it for her own good, Rupert offers to be Ariadne’s lover, determined to show her passion while keeping her innocence intact. What he didn’t expect was to find her so passionate, lustful and simply irresistible. As Ariadne and Rupert push the boundaries of innocence, they find that the passion they share for each other may be too much to resist. As life events occur that make things increasingly difficult for them, Ariadne and Rupert must decide if what they have can stand the tests of time or if it was just a fleeting, passionate affair that must end for the sake of honor and duty.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
An outstanding, steamy and suspenseful novel by Tracy Anne Warren—A must read for lovers of historical romance! This novel offers a well written plot with fantastic characters and enough drama and suspense to keep you guessing about the outcome. I simply adored both Ariadne’s and Rubert’s characters. Rubert’s character was suave, romantic and honorable, the type of man every woman pictures their ideal man as being! Ariadne’s impulsive and fragile nature added a counterbalance to Rubert’s carefully calculated actions. There were so many great interactions between Rubert and Ariadne, I had a very difficult time putting this book down. Even though this novel is book 3 in her Princess Brides Romance Series, it’s an excellent stand-alone read. I look forward to going back and catching up on the other two books in this series! Well worth the time spent reading this book. A very, very enjoyable read! Well done, Ms. Warren!
Heat Rating: Hot
Reviewed by AprilP
Courtesy of My Book Addiction and More
Posted November 12, 2013
No text was provided for this review.