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Invitation to the Prince's Palace

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Mel Watson's just a normal girl until a cab ride turns into an invitation to a whole new life. It's not until she hears her cab driver being addressed as "Your Highness" that she realizes she's stumbled into a fairy tale.

Prince Rikardo can't believe he's collected the wrong wannabe princess. Mel's far from the cynical social climber he planned for—the tempting softness in
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Paperback, 192 pages
Published July 3rd 2012 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2012)
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Susan
Jul 24, 2012 Susan rated it really liked it
She was a little out of it due to some allergy medication she took, and by the time she woke up she was far from home. When Rik realized he had the wrong girl, it was too late to do anything about it. When he explained the problem to Mel, she agreed to help him out. Rik needs to marry in order to get his father, the king, to go along with some plans he has to improve things for his country. He had planned to enter into a temporary marriage with Mel's cousin. As Rik and Mel spent time together wo ...more
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Aug 10, 2012 Melody May (What I'm Reading) rated it really liked it
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Ok, today selection is total utter fluff. Nothing more than that. I mean last week I saw Invitation to the Prince's Palace at the BX, and thought "you know what, I want to read this." However, I held off.

Last night I headed to Wal-mart to get some milk, because we were out of whole milk. Just to let you know my son is a milk addict, seriously. I mean he will chuck his drink cup at me to let me know he wants more. Anyways, I'm digressing. Before I get to the dairy isl
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Meshell
Jun 25, 2014 Meshell rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
This was one of the worst romance books I have ever read from Harlequin. I mean I know what to expect when I am reading a Harlequin, so I wasn't disappointed by the concept. But there was really nothing going on in the book. Very ho hum, and the relationship development was very weak between the two characters.
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Read Invitation to the Prince's Palace by Jennie Adams. Mel Watson's just a normal girl until a cab ride turns into an invitation to a whole new life. It's not until she hears her cab driver being addressed as "Your Highness" that she realizes she's stumbled into a fairy tale. Prince Rikardo can't believe he's collected the wrong wannabe princess. Mel's far from the cynical social climber he planned for the tempting softness in her eyes makes him wary. For Rikardo's long given up on love: he wan ...more
Tina
Oct 10, 2013 Tina rated it did not like it
I know with a romance book you're not supposed to focus on the actual plot but rather the relationship between the characters but really you're entire economic policy is based on an extremely rare product, Truffles in this case, and you wonder why you're country is failing? The Prince needs to stop focusing on diversionary tactics like marriage and sit down with a good economist and sort out his failing economy and the viability of an economy that is entirely based on one product.
Tia
Aug 22, 2012 Tia rated it it was ok
This book wasn't great. I can't say I was totally impressed. It seemed really weak to me, to be honest. Yes it had that 'Cinderella' type feel but it's way overrated in my opinion. It was too simplistic and too like all the other 'going to be a princess' novels out there.
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Jul 19, 2015 Sara Ester rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Muy cliché, princesas d Disney... pero lo amé!! jajaja
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