To Marry a Prince - Sophie Page Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099560456 / Genre: Romance / Author: Sophie Page / 400 pages / Book published 2011-03-31 by Arrow Books
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by - written on 05/04/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Bella Greenwood is just a normal girl returning from her travels when she is hauled along with her best friend Charlotte to a rather well-to-do party. She manages to get herself into a somewhat embarrassing situation, but is rescued by a tall, dark and handsome stranger. All is fine, until Bella realises that her knight in shining armour is none other than Prince Richard, son of the King and Queen and heir to the throne of Britain. Bella is mortified but can't stop her feelings towards him. Soon the pair are madly in love, and Bella begins to think a Royal Wedding might be on the cards. But is she right in thinking that a Prince can fall in love with her, and do ... Read the complete review
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