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There Were Three Princes

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When Mrs. Prince told her about her three sons, Verity was reminded of the fairytale of the three princes—a gracious prince, a charming prince, and a prince who was in-between.

Verity soon realized where her heart lay—but did her chosen prince feel the same way?
Paperback, 192 pages
Published 1974 by Harlequin (first published September 1972)
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Fiona Marsden
Mar 06, 2014 rated it really liked it
The three Prince sons, Matthew, Bart and Peter are all very much alike in looks. But it is Bart, the in-between one, that Verity first meets and she isn't quite sure what she thinks. And accident has left him with a facial scar and a limp and a chip on his shoulder. He is managing the family antique shop though he had been training as a doctor prior to his accident.

She meets Peter next, the charming Prince and he rather sweeps her off her feet, much to Bart's disgust. He warns her off saying tha
Nov 22, 2013 rated it liked it
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This was an interesting book. On the one hand it's fairly typical as Harlequin romances go--youngish (I think she's 27/28) woman entangled in several romances filled with all sorts of miscommunication and misunderstanding. Something of course has to give, but not before the woman is chastised, vaguely threatened and defamed by the love interest.

What was interesting was the underlying plot with Verity's sickly half brother. that resolved itself in both an expected, but surprising manner.
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Enid Joyce Owen Dingwell, née Starr, was born on 1908 in Ryde, New South Wales, Australia. She wrote as Joyce Dingwell and Kate Starr at 80 romance novels at Mills & Boon from 1931 to 1986. She was the first Austalian writer, who lives in Australia, published at Mills & Boon. Her novel The House in the Timberwood (1959), had been made into a motion picture: The Winds of Jarrah (1983). Her ...more
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