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by Tracy Anne Warren

  • ISBN: 0451239717
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Tracy Anne Warren
  • Subcategory: United States
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Berkley (November 5, 2013)
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  • Rating: 4.7
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More Praise for Tracy Anne Warren and the Princess Brides Trilogy. Warren continues her impeccably written Princess Brides trilogy with a thrillingly romantic, intrigue-infused tale of a blue-blooded royal who discovers both her one true love and the inner resources she never imagined she possessed while taking a walk on the wilder side of life.

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Tracy Anne Warren is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who grew up in Ohio. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in history and has a particular interest in eighteenth-century Britain and America. After working in finance for a number of years, she quit her day job to pursue her first love: writing romance novels. She currently lives in Maryland with a small clowder of Siamese rescue cats. When she's not writing, she enjoys visiting museums and historic sites, reading, knitting, watching movies, and dreaming up the characters for her next book.

The Princess and the Peer. He had no trouble reading her expression and the unmistakable invitation in her pale blue-gray eyes. Her generous breasts were thrust eagerly beneath the well-worn brown cotton of her gown, and her hips tilted toward him with the confidence of a woman who knew the power of her own sensuality and wasn’t afraid to show it. His mouth turned up in an appreciative half smile despite the fact that he had no intention of accepting her offer.

The Princess Bride is a 1973 fantasy romance novel by American writer William Goldman. The book combines elements of comedy, adventure, fantasy, drama, romance, and fairy tale. It is presented as an abridgment (or "the good parts version"). It was originally published in the United States by Harcourt Brace, then later by Random House, while in the United Kingdom it was later published by Bloomsbury.

The passionate conclusion to the enchanting historical romance trilogy about three princesses brought together by friendship and fate. This is Princess Ariadne’s story.... On the threshold of receiving her royal inheritance and tired of the London Marriage Mart, Ariadne has decided to defy convention and declare her independence. She will not seek a husband—she will take a lover instead, no matter how notorious she may become. The prince of a small European kingdom, renowned bachelor Rupert Whyte, is in London to enjoy a last bit of freedom before choosing a wife. When he learns about Ariadne’s scheme to take a lover, he decides he must prevent her from embarking on such a ruinous course. What begins as a well-deserved reprimand quickly spins out of control when Rupert agrees to give Ariadne a few lessons in lust. But just how far will their passion go? And will their forbidden liaison lead them too far astray to turn back?
Reviews about The Trouble with Princesses (A Princess Brides Romance) (7):
Bele
I thought the first 75% of this book was sensational and then it lost steam (literally) and started a downward spiral that it never recovered from

Ariadne and Rupert were great together - I loved them. Together they were HOT! The love scenes were steamy and well written (just remembering the picnic scene makes me need to fan myself).

Feelings were progressing and Rupert plays the hero and recuses Ariadne from an unwanted suitor and then the story starts to go south faster than geese in October !

This is were my rant starts - this might be Spoilerish - so don't read any further if you don't want to know!!!!!
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I was so disappointed with the ending of this book - I was shaking my head for the final two chapters - mentally shouting "Really - are you kidding me?!?" I don't know which one was the bigger idiot Ariadne or Rupert. I mean if Emma hadn't written to him and tricked him, would these two have ended up
together - probably not! That is not how I expected the book to end.

And I do mean end - no epilogue (automatic loss of 1/2 star!) I wanted to see these two happily ever after. Through this book I got to see Emma and Nick and their growing family, I got to see Mercedes and Duncan and their growing family I even got to see Sigrid had children - but Ariadne and Rupert - NOTHING! We don't even get to see them get married!!

I didn't hate the book, but I think it could have ending better and an epilogue would have gone a long way to making the ending more acceptable. Of the three books, I would have to say this was my least favorite. Tracy Anne Warren is a gifted writer and I will read any historical romance she publishes - in fact I am looking forward to the Bedding Proposal that was previewed at the end of this book.
Haracetys
This book did not impress me as the two former books of this trilogy "The Princess and the Peer" and "Her Highness and the Highlander." Truly the first one was the best. I lost interest in this one half-way through. The true problem for me was the characters. Rupert seemed to pompus and Aridne I just couldn't bring myself to care. Romance novels by genre are meant to be mushy and gushy with just the right amount of drama thrown in but to hold my attention I need less love scenes and more plot. The plot gets lost in a load of uneeded garbage.
Phobism
Though I read this book out of order it was not necessary to read the previous two to enjoy the love affair between Rupert and Ariade. Having seen both her friends marry and both find a love match Ariade is not assured she will be as lucky. Ariade has always voiced her opinion about marriage. Not wanting to give up her freedom she would rather take a lover despite what is expected of her from the ton. Not wanting to see his sisters friend make a fatal mistake Rupert steps in as the role of her lover. However neither is prepared for the sparks that fly once they begin. A great romance, a stubborn princess and a future king that is brought to his knees finally for love.
Juce
You find yourself rooting for the Princess right away, as she has lost her family, but still has a lot of pluck. Tracy Anne Warren does not make us wait long before the Prince and Princess are sharing moments and the story takes us along for their 'adventures' to see how it will all work out.
In this story are characters that also have their own stories and books (it's part of a series), but it is a good stand-alone read, too. There are many racy sex scenes described, so it's not for all-ages of readers. I prefer to read period romance novels, and have read many. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and thought it moved at a good pace to keep the reader interested.
Adaly
I loved this last story of the triology, but only gave it 4 stars because the second one was my favorite.
Global Progression
awesome
Skunk Black
Love stories, when they have known each other almost all their lives and then they discover each other. Rupert and Ariadne are meant for each other. They have a few things to work out for their happy ever after.
Of all the books in this series, this one tops them all. Ariadne is a lively firecracker and a great narrator for this story. Her story was not only very sexy, but well put together and thought out. I was able to identify with her more than any of the other two princesses in the series and it made for an enjoyable read. 10/10 would recommend

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