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The Prince and the Nun

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It is war time and Sister Therese is torn between her vows and the people she loves. She is trying to keep the handsome Prince Mefist at arm's length and at the same time protecting her friends.

Villagers, partisans, refugees, and Jews all come to her for help and she cannot refuse. Only by cooperating with the Prince can she and the sisters survive. And if that means runn
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ebook/paperback, 274 pages
Published September 3rd 2008 by BookStrand
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Tiffany N
Oct 23, 2008 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: people who love romances, strong heroines, alpha male heroes, historical fiction
I finally had a block of time to finish another one of Jacqueline's books. I've noticed that Jacqueline is a master at building believable environments and communities because both The Prince and the Nun and Light O'Love feature memorable characters who can hardly be called merely "supporting" cast members.

Let's discuss the "Prince" in the story. Mefist IS Prince Charming in every sense of the word but he and his soldiers are caught in a war and assigned to take full control of sleepy convent hi
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Runningrabbit
This novel is a bit of a saucy romp. Although the 'nuns' are not entirely believable the novel is fun, as long as you like playing with sex as a theme. The setting is good in the previously eastern european block, what probably would have been Prussia. Conversely to the German Nazi army during WWII, I do appreciate that the early Prussian armies were known for their gentlemanly officers which were generally taken from high ranking, wealthy families.
Marianne
Aug 27, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The Prince and the Nun is one of the earlier novels by Jacqueline George and is set in 1940 in the Slovakian village of Krasna Dolina. Therese von Falberg is Mother Superior of the Sisters of Magdalene, whose Convent is housed in Montebello Castle and also the Chatelaine of the Castle whilst the reigning Count Egerhazy and his family have fled to America at the first rumblings of war. When Captain Prince Franz Mefist of the Imperial Army turns up to establish his Army base at the Castle, he matt ...more
Jacqueline George
Sep 14, 2008 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Recommends it for: lovers of good, believable tales
Mother Superior Therese of the Magdalene convent in the castle of Montebello, has a problem. War has broken out and the Imperial Army has occupied Montebello. Now the adjutant Prince Franz Mefist has presented her with an ultimatum: he needs girls for the officer's bordello, and if Therese does not find them in her convent, then the army will seize women from the neighbouring village.

Are her vows worth sacrificing village women and their families?

And if she agrees to help with girls, what else
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Aneta Horne
Mar 05, 2014 rated it it was amazing
"Imagine yourself in a fictional castle Montebello somewhere in Europe around 1940, when break of the war forces a group of young nuns (lead by Mother Superior Therese) to become concubines to Imperial Army, headed by Prince Mefist. The sisters are brought to a sexual awakening facing 'few' demons and taboos…
The Prince and the Nun is a vivid story of forbidden pleasure and lust between Therese and amour Prince Mefist. It’s a very tasteful and engaging erotic story. Loved it and hope there will b
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She lives with her husband who is easily managed, and her marmalade cat Rudy who definitely isn't.

Jacqueline writes romantic stories because she is an unrepentant romantic at heart. But sh
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