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To Charm a Princess

Author: Grasso, Patricia Set In . . .
 Europe, England, London
Genre: Romance
Time Frame: 1800s
Published: 2003
Description: To Tame a Duke - She is Lily Hawthorne, the only daughter of a Boston tavern owner. But as the War of 1812 rages on, few know that she is also The Gilded Lily, Boston's most notorious spy-catcher.

To Tempt An Angel - Angelica Douglas, the Countess of Melrose is driven to poverty by the men who bankrupted her father, forced to support her family with skillful cheating at cards and dice.

To Charm a Prince - Samantha Douglas, second daughter of a scandalously impoverished Earl is a quiet, unassuming miss who is literally swept off her feet at her first London ball by a dashing, mysterious stranger who awakens the passionate woman inside.

To Catch a Countess - Beautiful though she is, Victoria Douglas's reputation for reckless behavior has put her marriage prospects at risk. Infuriated to discover that her family has betrothed her to a stranger, Victoria nevertheless finds herself deeply attracted to her future groom....

To Love a Princess - An illegitimate daughter of the Russian Czar, Amber Kazanov knows time is running out. Her stunning beauty has made her prey to nefarious schemers, and she flees to England to find a husband before her uncle can sell her to the highest bidder.

Seducing the Prince - Pawned off by her father to a dissolute Earl, spirited Regina Bradford devotes herself to her writing, nursing her secret dreams of becoming a novelist.

Pleasuring the Prince - Fancy Flambeau is the darling of the London stage, and captures the eye of every gentleman. Fancy refuses to be any man's mistress, though Prince Stepan Kazanov relishes the opportunity to change her mind.

Tempting the Prince - Beautiful Belle Flambeau relishes her independence even as she dreams of a family of her own. When a vicious attack leaves her with an ugly scar, Belle retreats from society, her hopes of love and courtship dashed.

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