The Perils Of Pursuing A Prince

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The year is 1820. Greer Fairchild has left her cousins in London to go to Wales to collect her inheritance that is being held in trust by the Welsh Prince of Powys. To reach Wales, the impoverished Greer has hired on as the traveling companion of an older woman. Unfortunately, Greer’s employer dies en route. Determined to continue her journey, Greer accepts the dubious protection of another traveler, Mr. Percy, who is related to the Welsh Prince. When they reach their destination, the Prince offers his hospitality despite the bad history between himself and Percy who departs leaving Greer an apparent prisoner of the Prince. Although a mutual physical attraction exists between Greer and the Prince, neither trusts the other. The plot takes a Gothic twist, there is mystery as well as mysticism and good old-fashioned superstition to be overcome by the star-crossed lovers before the inevitable resolution.

This is the second book in Miss London’s trilogy, The Desperate Debutantes. The action takes place concurrently with the first, The Hazards of Hunting a Duke. This sequel is equal to the first book in its erotic appeal.

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