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Sandra Marton
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Roman Spring (Postcards from Europe #6)

3.47  ·  Rating Details ·  45 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
Destination: Rome
Attractions: the Colosseum, Vatican City...and NicoloSabatini

New World woman versus Old World man--it's more than just a culture clash when American fashion model Caroline Bishop meets Prince Nicolo Sabatini. Certainly to a woman of the nineties, this Roman hunk's views on love are as antiquated as the ruins of his city. And, given half a chance, perhaps a
Published July 16th 2012 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Presents 90s (first published 1993)
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Feb 28, 2010 Melinda rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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What is it about asshole men that makes women swoon? So the hero in this book is a Roman Prince. Be still every heterochick's heart! I mean seriously he's an ass and cultural differences don't excuse assholeness! Alright so here's what I like. I like that the heroine sticks to her goals and her life. She refuses to give up her career goal or allow the hero to make her feel that her fashion modelling is just another word for prostitute. She wants a career in design and is trying to learn from the ...more
I liked this book alot but not enough to give it four stars. I had every sympathy with the Hero Nicholo but the Heroine Caroline drove me to distraction and I could quite happily of shaken her ! She was extremely lucky to have the outcome she did at the end of the book !

I read this for the Armchair Traveller Challenge so I visited Rome in Italy !
Apr 17, 2013 sbf20112011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Maybe just 3.5 stars. This was a decent read, if you're in the mood for a hero who unjustifiably and immediately labels the heroine a whore, and takes a long time to change his mind. Decent angst and tension, satisfying ending. Felt a little long.
Jan 10, 2011 Booked rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
It's the bottle perfect scenario where in if I was a model why not snag an Italian prince after a cat walk. What stood out a lot about the book the strong female character. She is a model with a different agenda. I love her so what if he was a prince attitude. She kept her cool and didn't lose herself in their affairs.
Sep 17, 2011 Crystal rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
This book gave me a headache.

The H was a domineering judgmental jackass who constantly overstepped himself, then got pissy at the h when she accused him of trying to seduce her.

The h was a hotheaded shrew.

The backstory on her is that her grandma died and she found herself unable to get a job with just a diploma in her native Vermont, so she went to NY to look for work. Not sure why there would be more opportunities - at least, that didn't involve a street corner. Also not sure why she didn't try
This novel is full of angry conversation and misunderstanding! Full of emotions from the heroine's part - not that I blame her! The hero was really something of a rock sometimes! However, it's definitely recommended. You'd love reading it.
this is an awesome book I want to read it again
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I've been a writer, one way or another, all my life. Before I could read, I made up poems and my mom wrote them down for me. In elementary school, my teachers almost always let me write poems or stories instead of requiring me to do art projects. Always, I dreamed of becoming a published writer...and that dream came true! I write novels about sexy, powerful men and independent-minded women, and wh
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