by Lois Greiman

January 2005
ISBN: 0-06-057156-X
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Mass Market Paperback

Seducing A Princess is the last in the Princess Trilogy by Lois Greiman. I for one am sorry to see it go. Iíve enjoyed the characters that have appeared from the first book until this one. It is interesting to see how they have changed over the course of the stories and how some of them havenít changed at all. This story is about Baron William Enton.

Ever since his wife died he had been drunk. He was just going through the motions of life and didnít care what happened to him. William got the bright idea to find his wifeís killers and bring them to justice. Of course he was drunk at the time and he barely makes it out alive from the scuffle on the street. He ended up where he wanted to be, in the ďthieves denĒ. This is the underbelly of the criminal world. At first he isnít sure who he is, but realizes he doesnít want anyone to know who he is, so they call him Dancer.

Princess, as she is called by the others in the den, tries to help Dancer get sober even if he doesnít want to. She knows he must be in order to survive. Princess is regal, careful, and very beautiful. She also knows what must be done in order to survive and live, especially with Poe. She does what she can to help out those that need it and very protective of some of the occupants. She does what she must.

Dancer and Princess are put in some very compromising situations along the way. They both try to help out those in the house that need it, while they fight their attraction to each other. Princess knows the trouble it will bring to everyone involved especially Dancer. The nemesis is Poe in this story as he has been in the past ones as well. Will we finally know who Poe really is?

Ms. Greiman has once again given us a story that draws us from the moment we begin reading. The characters are lively, true to themselves even in their situation just trying to survive the best they know how. We are giving glimpse of a few of them to understand how they came to be where they were. The feelings between William and Princess are there from the start but they know what must be done in order to survive, but that doesnít stop them from pushing their feelings to the extremes in some cases. The story has danger, intrigue and love. If you like historicals be sure to pick up Seducing A Princess, along with the rest of the trilogy.

Reviewed in February 2005 by Pam.

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