The Princess and the Captain

The Princess and the Captain

by Corinne Everett
     
 

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American ship captain Richard Chartrain rescues aristocratic Lorrance du Montauban from beneath the guillotine's very blade, sweeping her off to America in his clipper ship. Suspecting that her family caused his brother's disappearance in France, Richard fights his growing passion for the lovely Frenchwoman he has installed in his Virginia home but cannot trust.…  See more details below

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American ship captain Richard Chartrain rescues aristocratic Lorrance du Montauban from beneath the guillotine's very blade, sweeping her off to America in his clipper ship. Suspecting that her family caused his brother's disappearance in France, Richard fights his growing passion for the lovely Frenchwoman he has installed in his Virginia home but cannot trust. Irritated by Richard's disdain for her background, Lorrance sets out to prove she's no pampered princess, but when danger from her past stalks her, Richard can no longer ignore his feelings. Together the princess and the captain must take on the evil that threatens their lives and loved ones, forging a future for themselves free of the hatreds of the past.

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Anonymous Reviewer
Evocative love scenes and appealing personalities render <I>The Princess and the Captain</I> a must- read for fans who enjoy an intriguing mix of fast-paced action, memorable characters, accurate history, and an unforgettable romance.
Sharon L. Nelson
In Richard and Lorrance, Ms. Everett has created an engaging pair of characters who are both proud, determined, and fiercely loyal to their causes. Their fear that their attraction for each other will divert them from their goals keeps the tension in the story humming along. Richard and Lorrance are surrounded by a supporting cast of well-drawn secondary characters, among them Richard's eminently sensible mother (who is pursuing her own discreet romance) and his friend John, who loses his heart

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000079409
Publisher:
Hard Shell Word Factory
Publication date:
04/01/2000
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
302 KB

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