Enticing The Prince

Enticing The Prince

by Patricia Grasso

Paperback(Mass Market Paperback)


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ISBN-13: 9780821780732
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 11/01/2008
Series: Kazanov Brothers Series
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 6.84(w) x 4.34(h) x 0.95(d)
Age Range: 3 Months

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Enticing The Prince 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
lexi1022 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
What a magical book about love, deception, forgiveness, and murder. Patricia Grasso takes you into a world of old world romance spiced with intrigue, mystery, and danger. The characters of Katerina and Draco leap off the pages, and you find yourself wishing that this magical story could happen to you. This is one of the best historical romances I have read this year. I can not wait to see what comes next from this author.
ssmommie75TB More than 1 year ago
This is another amazing book by Patricia Grasso.  I love her storytelling,  it keeps the pages turning.
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camaibarb More than 1 year ago
Another in her series and I love the characters and the story line. I would read anything she writes.
RtBBlog More than 1 year ago
Review by Jen: READ THE SERIES IN ORDER! Enticing The Prince is the latest story in Patricia Grasso's series following the Kazanov family. The book stands very well on its own, however there are so many characters from previous books (as well as a lot of alluding to events in those books), that I strongly suggest reading this series in order (see Patricia's website). I really loved this book. Patricia Grasso has become one of my favorite story tellers. She weaves such interesting characters into fun plots with plenty of twists and turns to make this reader quite happy. Her inclusion of Russian royalty into English society gives a different spin on a Regency romance, for which I am very grateful. I highly recommend this book.
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In 1821 London, Contessa Katerina Garibaldi informs her younger teenage brother Hektor that she plans to soon kill Russian Prince Drako Kazenov who she believes murdered her half-sister Alina and half-brother Ilya leading to the death of their father. Hektor tries to reason with her, but fails.------------ Two months earlier renowned jeweler Katerina provides a special brooch gift to her best patron Duchess Roxanne Campbell to celebrate the weddings of two of her step-daughters to Russian princes. Roxanne thanks Katrina by inviting her to attend the Beltane Ball she is hosting the jeweler accepts as she can meet new clients so that her younger sisters, Hektor and her daughter Viveka can continue to live a quality life.--------------- At a ball she meets Drako who she wants dead, but is attracted to him he desires her too. Russian prince Yuri also wants Katerina although she puts him off. Drako hates Yuri whose seduction of his fiancé Raisa led to her suicide. Roxanne¿s husband the Duke warns Drako to beware of the Blond Brigade as the snobbish trio wants royalty as their spouse. Yuri warns Katerina to avoid Drako whose fiancé took her life Drako warns Katerina to avoid Yuri who ruins women. Roxanne names Katerina queen of the ball and she names Drako her king. They dance and he kisses her she slaps him and leaves. Thus the players are in place for Katerina to follow her heart battling between the new love and a hate she has carried for five years.------------ The latest ¿Prince¿ Regency romance is an excellent entry due to the strong characterizations. The support cast is solid and includes returning lead characters from the well written previous novels to include the Flambeau sisters while the romance is fun to follow as the heroine is confused about her feelings unlike Drako. The mysteries enhance a fine tale although some might quibble about Katerina¿s reactions to Drako.-------------- Harriet Klausner