The Ordinary Princess

The Ordinary Princess

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by Liz Fielding
     
 

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Laura could see that Crown Prince Alexander of Montorino needed a holiday—from being a prince! He was so stiff and formal; he needed to lighten up and have some fun. For just a few days he would be ordinary, like her. Go shopping, go to the park, wash up—and Laura would be his guide.…

Alexander found Laura to be like a breath of fresh air. She

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Laura could see that Crown Prince Alexander of Montorino needed a holiday—from being a prince! He was so stiff and formal; he needed to lighten up and have some fun. For just a few days he would be ordinary, like her. Go shopping, go to the park, wash up—and Laura would be his guide.…

Alexander found Laura to be like a breath of fresh air. She didn't stand on ceremony, and she told him what to do, not the other way around! It was the perfect partnership, one that Alexander wanted to last forever—until he discovered Laura's secret.…

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Liz Fielding
RITA winning romance author, Liz Fielding, has written more than 30 Harlequin Romances in the last ten years. Her next title, A FAMILY OF HIS OWN, will be available in March 2004.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781426876806
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
09/01/2010
Series:
Harlequin Romance Series , #3773
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
469,079
File size:
1 MB

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It was extradinary, she thought, watching him scrape dishes, load the dishwater.

Yesterday he had seemed as distant as the stars.  This evening she was totally as ease with him.  Far from being the cold, arrogant prince that his photos suggested, he was intelligent, stimulating, amusing.

“You’re not making a bad job of that,” she said.

 “For a man?”

 “For a prince.  I don’t imagine you’ve done it before.”

“No, but it is simply a question of applying logic –“  which seemed screamingly funny for some reason “—and order to the task.”  She exploded into a fit of giggles.  He closed the dishwasher door, looked at the settings, chose one that seemed appropriate and then switched it on.

“I’m afraid the champagne has gone to your head,” he said.

“No, honestly.”  It was the fact that he hadn’t put any detergent in the machine that was so funny.

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