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A Princess For Christmas

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Bulldozing his way into sleepy Harborside, Jake laughs in the face of the local opposition, but is stopped in his tracks by fiery Italian Mariabella Santaro.To protect the community that has treated her like a daughter and kept her secret, Mariabella will have to help Jake fall in love with the place--fast. For in Mariabella's stocking there aren't candy canes and chocolat ...more
Paperback, Harlequin Romance, 186 pages
Published October 13th 2009 by Harlequin Books (first published January 1st 2009)
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The ending wasn't bad, but teh first part of this book really dragged. I wanted to know how it ended, but seriously hated reading the first half of the book to get to anything that was actually interesting. Personally, I do not think the author did well writing royalty. I've read alot of royal romances, and this one does not measure up. I was curious to know about the princess's mystery and why she was in hiding, would she go back, but quite frankly, the entire first half of this book is uninter ...more
I bought this book because I'm a fan of the author. Unfortunately, she choose two themes that I hate. The modern-day royal of some obscure little fictional country, and the evil big-city guy out to destroy the perfect small town. Blech. After reading the first few chapters, I ended up skipping to the end just to see how it all worked out. This may have been an okay read if you like those themes, but it just wasn't a good fit for me.
Thisq was a cute story but suffered from the beginning being too drawn out and not of great importance. I liked the characters though.
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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Shirley Jump spends her days writing romance and women’s fiction to feed her shoe addiction and avoid cleaning the toilets. She cleverly finds writing time by feeding her kids junk food, allowing them to dress in the clothes they find on the floor and encouraging the dogs to double as vacuum cleaners.

Look for her Sweet and Savory Romance series, inc
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