The Pregnant Princess [NOOK Book]

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They shared a forbidden night of blazing passion...identities unknown. Now, months later, a precious secret growing in her womb, Princess Elizabeth Wyndham had come to the States to find the father of her child....

Prince Raphael Thorton preferred hard hats over crowns, the Arizona desert over an island kingdom. And Rafe, the title he favored, had vowed never to marry royalty or to subject his child to the rigorous upbringing he'd endured. But that was before one unforgettable ...

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Overview


They shared a forbidden night of blazing passion...identities unknown. Now, months later, a precious secret growing in her womb, Princess Elizabeth Wyndham had come to the States to find the father of her child....

Prince Raphael Thorton preferred hard hats over crowns, the Arizona desert over an island kingdom. And Rafe, the title he favored, had vowed never to marry royalty or to subject his child to the rigorous upbringing he'd endured. But that was before one unforgettable princess reentered his life—and changed his views about vows...and bringing up baby!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459213289
  • Publisher: Silhouette
  • Publication date: 6/20/2011
  • Series: Royally Wed Series , #1268
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 241,900
  • File size: 291 KB

Meet the Author



Anne Marie Winston is a Pennsylvania native and former educator. She began reading romances a long, long time ago and still can't believe someone will actually pay her to read and write them!

Always a book lover, Anne Marie didn't begin writing her first romance novel until 1989 when she was at home with two babies, too many diapers, and too much time to consider insane, risky career moves. She sold her first book, Best Kept Secrets, to Silhouette Desire in 1991 and now she has many more books of her own than babies (a good thing, too!)

Anne Marie has received various awards from the romance writing industry. Both Substitute Wife and The Pregnant Princess topped the Waldenbooks bestseller list and several of her books have made USA Today's extended bestseller list. Her next three books are set in the Badlands of South Dakota.

Anne Marie is a member of Romance Writers of America and Novelists, Inc. She is also a member of Washington Romance Writers, where she has twice served as both vice-president and retreat chairman. In 1991, she received WRW's Magic Crystal Award for outstanding service to the chapter—equal to at least two books' worth of blood, sweat, and the occasional tear.

She also has been a featured speaker at numerous RWA chapters and at the national conference in addition to many organizations outside the industry. In 1998, she represented contemporary series romance fiction at a Smithsonian Institute Writing Seminar.

Anne Marie and her family share their rural home with a houseful of four-legged critters. Her hobbies include figure skating, amateur theater and dance, working in her gardens, scrapbooking, canine rescue, and inhaling as much chocolate as humanly possible.

She cooks only when she absolutely cannot avoid it and spends large quantities of time chauffeuring children to extra-curricular activities.

You can learn more about Anne Marie on her web site at: annemariewinston.com or write to her at P.O. Box 302, Zullinger, PA 17272.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2012

    Losing interest in the series

    I'm losing interest in this series. A storyline written by five different authors is a hard thing to accomplish. This is the third of the series that I have read and I am about to give up.

    The series is about four sister princesses trying to find their long-lost brother. The first two novels written by Susan Mallery and Suzanne Brockman were good by themselves. This book I did not enjoy. The characters are not likeable. I do not know how the hero got from "I hate you" to "I love you". From the way he treated her in the beginning of the novel, I don't even know why she cared.

    I'm giving up on this series; especially after reading the reviews of the last (the prince has been found) novel. The storyline had potential, but not the follow through.

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