The Trouble with Princesses : Princess Brides

  • by Tracy Anne Warren
  • Narrated by Justine Eyre
  • Series: Princess Brides
  • 8 hrs and 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

On the threshold of receiving her royal inheritance and tired of the London Marriage Mart, Ariadne has decided to defy convention and declare her independence. She will not seek a husband-she will take a lover instead, no matter how notorious she may become.
The prince of a small European kingdom, renowned bachelor Rupert Whyte, is in London to enjoy a last bit of freedom before choosing a wife. When he learns about Ariadne's scheme to take a lover, he decides he must prevent her from embarking on such a ruinous course.
What begins as a well-deserved reprimand quickly spins out of control when Rupert agrees to give Ariadne a few lessons in lust. But just how far will their passion go? And will their forbidden liaison lead them too far astray to turn back?


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A solid Finale

This last novel is about Ariadne. Through the first two, she is the independent, firecracker untamed princess. In the first novel, there was a hint the she and Rupert would get together. A clue like, 'these two don't like each other,' in novel one is sure to be a story-line romance in a later book. Sure enough, book three -- ta-da. Its a classic tale of determined woman and head-strong, stubborn prince. Warren manages to take this simple troupe and weave an interesting story. Although this third book has elements of the first two, she combines them effectively.

This is last in the series.I recommend the series. Its entertaining. Although all three books stand on their own, you will get more enjoyment if you listen to therm serially. These books are not historical fiction although their settings are historical. If you're interested is historical aspects through romance, this is not the series for you. Failing that, you will find these entertaining. A thumbs up.
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- GH

Love the series

Tracy Anne Warren is a great storyteller. I enjoyed her Trap trilogy so much that I now look for her work everywhere. Although I enjoyed that series best, I strongly recommend this one as well. This is a short, but well written and read story worth the point. I especially love her passionate scenes and for those interested in a fairytale series, this one's for you.
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- Cam

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-05-2013
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio