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Princess Alesandra (of some unspecified country) has been happily tucked away in a convent, but in 1820 the wicked General Ivan indicates that he has designs on the princess: if he marries her, he can take over the kingdom. Alesandra's guardian, the Duke of Williamshire, brings her to England to assure her safety. Unfortunately, the duke and his wife become afflicted with a "mysterious ailment"; the only solution is for the princess to live with Colin, the duke's eligible bachelor son, in his London townhouse. The duke and duchess think Colin should marry Alesandra. Colin, however, wants no part of marriage; and Alesandra, who alternates between moments of intelligence and sheer vacancy, will marry anyone who won't hand her over to that awful Ivan fellow. When Alesandra is almost abducted by men from her homeland, Colin's protective instincts shift into high gear. Can love be far behind? Also lurking in the background is a serial killer, who threatens Alesandra but serves no immediate purpose in furthering the silly plot. Garwood ( The Secret ) has done better work than this.
Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
Rendevous The story is splendid, the characters are wonderful, and the dialogue excellent....The secondary characters are marvelous and there are many from which to choose, including some of our friends from Ms. Garwood's earlier books....A keeper.See all Product Description
I love Julie Garwood's historical books and listening on audiobooks is wonderful, the stories come to life. I have all of her books and am slowly picking up the audiobooks too.Published 14 months ago by Diane Sadler
I read this story two years ago and I can still remember snatches of dialouges between characters. Colin has to be my favourite hero and Alessandra and heroine. Read morePublished on May 30 2004 by Christine
Princess Alesandra is exactly the gal to domesticate the work driven, suave confirmed bachelor, Colin. Read morePublished on May 16 2004 by Nancy Compton
I really liked this book and can say it is one of my Garwood favorites. It seemed to have a lot more plot to it than some of her other novels and it was refreshing to have a... Read morePublished on March 23 2004
The witty, playful dialogue was a joy to read and I found myself laughing out loud several times. The characters were a joy also, the two leads were sweet and adorably flawed and... Read morePublished on Feb. 21 2004 by L Hayes
Castles is the very first Julie Garwood book that I read and I must say it is the reason why I got hooked with this author! Read morePublished on Jan. 23 2004
I loved this book. I mean I loved, loved, LOVED this book! It was so great to get the update on Nathan and Sara and Jade and Caine and Colin, well all I can say is--WHAT A MAN! Read morePublished on Jan. 2 2004 by Kristal Gorman