a grrl's
eclectic collections...

The Princess

The Princess

by Jude Deveraux
« 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane | Main | Godzilla »
Her name was Aria...a beautiful, arrogant princess from a small European kingdom. Stranded in a storm of intrigue near the Florida Keys, she is swept ashore and into the arms of dashing J.T. Montgomery, an officer of the American Navy. Disdainful at first, Aria is secretly tantalized by the handsome Lieutenant's brash independence...and beneath her proud reserve, J.T. discovers a woman of sensuous fire. To escape her enemies, they return to her royal domain -- with Aria posing as an American bride. But if their daring charade succeeds, Aria must choose -- between the kingdom she was born to rule, and the man she was destined to love!

Oh, it's J.T. and Aria! I'd forgotten about this - it's one I don't own, but it was at the library. I very much so enjoyed rereading this one - it's a good story! I particularly love how Aria changes over the course of the story. And J.T., too actually.

Read in the Ontario Airport while waiting for a late flight

posted August 28, 2005
reading category
bookmark this review


this is a portion of kadyellebee.com.
powered by Movable Type 3.2 with the MTAmazon Plugin and the MTIfEmpty Plugin along with Amazon and imdb.
Zuly's Reading Room is a great place to share what you are reading. I do! used fonts fontalicious' chickabiddies and fuelfonts' lotus flower. mozilla and topstyle rock!
made with style and love, ©2002, 2003.
last update:May 28, 2006 08:51 AM