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The Princess and the Peer by Tracy Anne Warren
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May 06, 2012

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The Princess and the Peer by Tracy Anne Warren
Historical Romance - April 3rd, 2012
4 1/2 Stars

The Princess and the Peer is the first novel in the new and exciting Princess Brides trilogy about three young princesses and the twists and turns their lives takes.

The Princess and the Peer is about Princess Emma of Rosewald who has just received a summons from her brother to join him in London, accept her royal duty and marry the man her brother has chosen for her. Although she plans to do her duty Emma decides she wants to have a little adventure before its too late! And she certainly finds that and more in Nick Gregory the new Earl of Lyndhurst. Nick Gregory is a former ship's Captain. He was a second son who never expect to become an Earl but after his brother's unfortunate death he is required to take control of the Earldom. When in London, he meets Emma. He helps her after she is robbed by a pickpocket and left with no resources. Not knowing who she is he assumes she is a penniless governess and he offers to aid by letting her stay with him in his home. Even though Emma know she shouldn't stay with Nick she can't stop herself from taking this opportunity to enjoy London and spend some time with the gallant Nick Gregory. Nick and Emma soon become enthralled with one another but eventually Emma leaves to return to her life as princess. But luckily Nick meets Emma again as the princess and both go through many difficulties in an effort to try and get their hearts desire.

I really loved the two main characters, Nick and Emma. I thought they were great together and had fantastic chemistry. It was a very fun and enjoyable story. The characters go through many challenges in their story. The many complications their relationship faces in an effort to figure out what they want and how to get it. The characters were not only fun to read together but on their own they had many interesting aspects that were enjoyable to read. I had a great time learning more about them! I also enjoyed the many additional characters that were in the novel and feel that they added a lot of lightheartedness to the story as well as an additional level of interest to the book.

Overall, I found the novel to be a fantastic mix of a fun and entertainment with fabulous characters that you will instantly love.

Reviewed by Mary from Bookaholics Romance Book Club
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