by Christina Dodd

December 2006
ISBN: 0-06-056118-1
Reviewer Graphic Button Avon Books
Mass Market Paperback

I can honsetly say, Christina Dodd is one of the top 3 historical romance writers of today. Everything she writes is fantastic and never disappointing. Take her third book in her Lost Princesses series. A true classic in the making!

Betrothed almost since birth, Princess Sorcha and Prince Rainger were destined to rule their countries together. A revolution broke out in their countries and Sorcha was forced to go into hiding in a convent. Rainger on the other hand, spend many years locked away in a dungeon so far from anyone that it was rumored he was dead.

Now danger threatens yet again and Sorcha must leave the safety of the convent to return home. She sets off on an adventure with only a simple fisherman as her companion and protector (which is Prince Rainger in disquise..shhh). Changed by his imprisonment, Rangier is determined to regain his throne and makes a deal with Sorcha's Dowager Queen Grandmother, to rescue Sorcha and return her to her rightful place, in return for an army who help him overthrow his enemies and regain his kingdom. But before he can do that, he is determined to win his princess whom he loves more than life itself. But can he protect a woman who believes that every person she meets is her friend and in each village and town lies a new adventure?

If you have read the first two books in the Lost Princesses series, then wait no longer for the third. If you haven't..shame on you...go out and get them, you don't know what you're missing! LOL

Free spirited Sorcha and dangerously brooding Rangier are the perfect foil for each other. Like day and night, they match each other on every level. When they fight, the sparks fly and when they love, the pages burn with their passion.

Expertly written, beautiful scenery and a list of secondary characters to fall in love with, Christina Dodd will never go out of style. She only gets better and better!

One of my top picks for your winter reading. Enjoy!!!

Reviewed in November 2006 by Debbie.

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