Escape from Cabriz
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Escape from Cabriz

3.77 of 5 stars 3.77  ·  rating details  ·  153 ratings  ·  7 reviews
On the eve of her wedding to the Crown Prince of Cabriz, Kristin Meyers is having more than prewedding jitters--her childhood friend Jascha has become a cold, distant stranger. And when his palace comes under attack from angry rebels, Kristin is caught in the cross fire.

Then Zach Harmon arrives and everything changes. The ex-secret service agent and Kristin had been lovers...more
ebook, 384 pages
Published April 15th 2013 by Harlequin (first published 1990)
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Robin
Aug 11, 2009 Robin rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: die hard Linda Lael Miller fans
Recommended to Robin by: found it a FOL sale
I am a fan of Linda Lael Miller but this book fell short. The hero is one dimensional and lacks personality or emotion and the heroine though has personality but not much.

Kristin Meyers grew up with Prince Jascha in Cabriz and was always smitten with him. She ends up moving back to America to attend college and meets up with Zachary Harmon. She falls for Zachary and their affair ends in heartbreak for Kristin. Prince Jascha happens to show up and seduces her until she agrees to marry him. The P...more
Jeanne
This is a typical love story. A lot of explicit sex but without it the story would have been very short. I've read better love stories, but it was a fast read and had a happy ending. So 2 out of 3 wasn't too bad.
Suzy
Never thought L.L. Miller would write a book with a heroine so unlikeable. What a biotch. Fortunately is attached to a great book, "The Outlaw's Christmas".
Jewett
I don't consider this one of her best but it is still quite readable even if it reads more like a fairy tale than a book to be taken seriously.
Janice
All of Mrs. Miller's books are a GREAT read!! Always worth read over again!
Desiree
Yes, this is a romance novel. I was bored last night.
Cem73
Titre vf : la princesse de Cabriz
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