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  • Mass Market Paperback: 560 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Books; Reprinted edition edition (Feb. 1 1995)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0671870963
  • ISBN-13: 978-0671870966
  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 10.7 x 3.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 249 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #109,039 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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It appears from the reviews of other Amazon.com readers that this book is one you enjoyed or one you didn't. I'm one who did! I found the reading consisted of continual light drama so perhaps that is the reason why others did not like it. There wasn't much variation, but the plot was appealing and most characters were lovable. It was a pleasing weekend read and I'd recommend it to anyone that likes the body of their books even paced, light and cheerful.
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I love Julie Garwood's style and spirit in all her writings, but Prince Charming is by far my favorite. It is a slightly different style than her other books, which I think throws off some of her other readers, but in my opinion is refreshing. Unlike most romance novels, Prince Charming carries the story farther past the origional conflict. The initial "throw ourselves at each other and onto the bed" that usually concludes a romance novel is more to the side rather than the main focus. Instead there is an emphasis on the character's struggles to understand one another. Prince Charming is a beautifully told story, and I wholeheartedly recommend it.
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By A Customer on Sept. 16 2003
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This is the first Julie Garwood book that I've read and it will probably be the last. The conflict between the main characters is very contrived and the historical accuracy was lacking. For example - it seemed to take folks only a few weeks to sail across the Atlantic!
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"Prince Charming" is one of the books from Julie Garwood that seem to get lost in the tides of the others, such as "For the Roses." This is the story of Taylor, a young woman who must marry to protect her fortune from a demented uncle. She also must protect her sister's children from becoming victims of the uncle, as well. In order to accomplish this task, her grandmother weds her to Lucas Ross. Ross is an American, desparate to return to America after obtaining his youngest brother from an English bording school. He agrees to marry Taylor for the money to get his brother home.
Along the way, the story picks up many different characters, and has an added bonus of a side romance story. Overall, I found this book a delight to read. The love between Taylor and Ross is believable, and makes for one great story. I highly recommend PRINCE CHARMING.
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By A Customer on May 17 2003
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JG is one of the best. I simply don't know what happened to her creativity on this one. The beginning was very interesting, and Lucas and Taylor seemed perfectly matched. But somewhere along the line the story turned boring, perhaps because it was SO predictible.
I realize most of JG's books will never compare to the wonderful novels SAVING GRACE and RANSOM - but I do like it when she comes close. This one didn't.
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Honestly, I was thinking of putting this book down numerous times, but I just didn't want to do homework.
The beginning was confusing. I had no idea what was going on and how they came to know each other because from the descriptions given when they saw each other, I was given the impression that they had never met before and it was instant attraction. Apparently, they were already married.
For J.G., it wasn't her best. There were just too many things going on at the same time. What with her almost getting raped, the abduction of the twins, Victoria and Hunter's romance, Lucas' hatred for Caulder, Malcolm, William, Callahagn. It was all very distracting. The final scene was very anticlimatic because after all the suspense of wondering what her BAD, BAD uncle would do, it was over in a second. And the issue between Lucas and Caulder never did get resolved. It was just too messy. Unlike with her more organized books, such as The Bride and The Wedding, the extra events only seemed to clutter up the story instead of enhancing it.
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By Mary Angela on Feb. 8 2003
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Couldn't get into this one. Everything just fell flat. I finished the book only because I started it, but it took me three whole weeks. Doing the dishes became a priority over reading this book! That's saying something because my motto is "Behind every good book is a lot of housework going to hell!" Taylor's character started out with promise. I enjoyed the close bond between Grandmother and Granddaughter. However; once Lucas and Taylor traveled to America to pick up "her babies" the story lost its luster with me. What kind of person would want these girls to instantly call her "Mama" and Lucas "Daddy" with no mention of the children's real parents. It didn't appear that the children had been abused by their birth parents and it did appear that Taylor loved her sister, the twins' true mother, so why lie to these children and give the reader the impression that the birth parents will never be mentioned to them again? I'm sure the mother and father wouldn't have died if they could have helped it! What's wrong with being called Aunt Taylor and Uncle Lucas by the twins, for that's who they truly are? For that matter, I'm sure the twins had a last name other than Ross, but, for some reason Taylor believed their true surname should be obliterated from their identity too. This Taylor chick was just too bossy and opinionated and quite frankly a liar. Almost all through the book she lied to someone, mostly to Lucas. Then Victoria got into the act and started pretending to be sick just to help Taylor lie to the guys. Also, Garwood overdid the discipline problems of the kids. In this day and age, we all know what time-out is. I do, however, find it hard to believe that a very young woman, thrown into parenthood in the 1860's would automatically know what time-out was or the studies surrounding it. Historically, children were not disciplined the way we discipline now, so why try to combine the two in a historical novel? I guess she was just a mother/aunt ahead of her time.
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