The Prince Next Door

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When Serena Gregory's clothing-optional Caribbean cruise fell through at the last minute, the thrill-seeking dermatologist decided that helping Darius Maxwell, her mysterious new neighbor — who might or might not be a crown prince — commit a felony would be a worthwhile alternative. Yes, it would involve clothes — but the risk of skin cancer would be drastically reduced. Not to mention she'd be helping to secure the future of an entire European country . . . that she'd never ...

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Overview

When Serena Gregory's clothing-optional Caribbean cruise fell through at the last minute, the thrill-seeking dermatologist decided that helping Darius Maxwell, her mysterious new neighbor — who might or might not be a crown prince — commit a felony would be a worthwhile alternative. Yes, it would involve clothes — but the risk of skin cancer would be drastically reduced. Not to mention she'd be helping to secure the future of an entire European country . . . that she'd never even heard of.

That's how Serena wound up over her head in trouble when she should have been next to naked in paradise — and risking her career and cold, hard jail time for a man she'd only just met!

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  • ISBN-13: 9780373770762
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 4/12/2005
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 4.30 (w) x 6.68 (h) x 0.93 (d)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    An amusing romantic farce

    Dermatologist Serena Gregory is on vacation when he overhears the cavalier reaction of the hunk next door, Darius Maxwell whose mom has been kidnapped. Darius knows his widowed mother Maria Teresa is pulling a stunt to get him to take his rightful place as the Prince of Masolimian. He informs the abductor Pablo Minos of the Masolimian Consulate that he feels sorry for him having to deal with Maria while as for him he will deal with art..................... Maria Teresa is frustrated with her son who is impressed with how Serena saved the life of a lightning victim. They begin to see one another and soon Serena and Darius fall in love. Theatrics worthy of an Oscar, Maria Teresa sees the American as a pawn to manipulate her recalcitrant son to do his duty to his Duchy. However, neither mom nor her diplomatic drafted henchmen are prepared for the battling dermatologist.......................... Maria Teresa¿s antics sort of like a royal Auntie Mame turn this contemporary tale into an amusing romantic farce. Serena is a wonderful heroine wondering how Darius can be so nonchalant over his mom¿s kidnapping; Darius is fun as the center of all the activity especially his mom using her loyal Masolimian supporters to try to get Darius to act princely. Fans will enjoy this humorous tale between the dermatologist and THE PRINCE NEXT DOOR................... Harriet Klausner

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