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The Stone Princess (Year Down Under, #8) (Harlequin Presents, #1577)

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Once upon a time...

Exciting, dangerous men do not make good husbands. But neither do excitable, passionate adolescents make reasonable wives. And so, with a little help from a big misunderstanding, Petra's marriage to New Zealand businessman Caine Fleming had failed very quickly.

In the eight years since Caine had left, Petra had grown up-hiding her pain behind a glossy, b
Published July 1st 1993 by Harlequin Books (first published 1991)
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Good intense read,full of angsty and tension,Caine-Petra both were likeable characters but would have preferred if Caine would have soften later on as story progressed but he continued to be cruel and kept taunting Petra and the mistrust was also there almost till the end.Though the story line keeps you gripped throughout the book but what disappointed me lack of love from Caine's side.Petra's love you can feel it through the whole story but from Caine's part it was never felt.He was mean cruel ...more
Impossibly impressive.....loved every bit of it...every thread and yarn of the plot is so believable.

Stone Princess is marvelous so is her better-half :)
4.5 stars -- I really liked this one! Reunited lovers, very angsty storyline -- right up my alley. And enough glimpses of the hero's true feelings when he sees the heroine injured or has to care for her, which lets you excuse most of his bad behavior (which wasn't as terrible as in some HPs). Some weird unexplained plot points (the unknown repeated heavy breather on the phone? I guess that was supposed to be the result of random dialing?), and I didn't like the nickname "Princess," but overall a ...more
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Robyn was born on 1940 in Northland, New Zealand, she was the oldest in herfamily, and as a child she thrilled her four sisters and one brother withbloodcurdling adventure tales, usually very like the latest book she'dborrowed from the library.

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