The Princess And The Curse

The Princess And The Curse

by Shirley Martin

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Nolan Tremaine is a fisherman, a man who likes to brag about things he's never done and places he's never seen. When a tavern stranger dares him to sail to the faraway land of Connachta and bring back the Blessed Bell of Bellarmine, he knows he is trapped. He can't refuse the challenge. But where is Connachta, and where can he find the Blessed Bell of Bellarmine?

After sailing across the world, he comes to the land of Connachta. There he finds that the Bell of Bellarmine is really a belle, Princess Leslie.

The princess is a most unhappy woman. She must marry a man she loathes, an evil prince who has put a curse on the land, that all the women will remain barren. Only by her marriage to him will he lift the curse. But who can save her from this terrible fate?

Nolan to the rescue! But can a humble fisherman and a princess find happiness together?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016732169
Publisher: Books We Love Ltd.
Publication date: 05/17/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 266 KB

About the Author

Born near Pittsburgh, Shirley Martin attended the University of Pittsburgh. After graduating from "Pitt", she taught school for one year, then obtained a position as a flight attendant with Eastern Airlines. Based in Miami, she met her future husband there. After raising three sons, she devoted her time to writing, something she had always wanted to do.

With a vivid imagination and a love of storytelling, Shirley has always enjoyed writing. Her first published novel, "Destined to Love" reflects her familiarity with western Pennsylvania, where she hails from, and her love of romance writing. From this historical romance, she blossomed out to other romance genres. "One More Tomorrow" is a vampire romance, one her publisher dubbed "a sizzling seller". With several fantasy novels and novellas, her writing should appeal to just about every reader of romance. Her books have been sold at Amazon and most major book stores and have garnered great reviews.

A widow, Shirley lives in Birmingham, Alabama, with her two cats.

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