The Pregnant Princess

The Pregnant Princess

by Anne Marie Winston

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The Pregnant Princess by Anne Marie Winston

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!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781459213289
Publisher: Silhouette
Publication date: 06/20/2011
Series: Royally Wed , #1268
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 209,817
File size: 297 KB

About the Author

Anne Marie Winston is a Pennsylvania native and former educator. She sold her first book, Best Kept Secrets, to Silhouette Desire in 1991. She has received various awards from the romance writing industry, and several of her books have made USA TODAY’s bestseller list. Learn more on her web site at: or write to her at P.O. Box 302, Zullinger, PA 17272.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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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