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Prince Charming's Child (Silhouette Desire) [Kindle Edition]

Jennifer Greene
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Book Description

MEN of the YEAR

MAN of the MONTH

"I am a man of honor. If she's carrying my child, she will be my wife!

Mitch Landers, the Prince Charming no woman could forget

It wasn't the flu. Nicole was pregnant. And darned if she could remember sleeping with a man in the past four years. Not unless she and co-worker Mitch had actually…? Well, they had, and now her very own Sir Galahad was before her on bended knee. His proposal was duty-bound, although real passion sparked in Mitch's glance…and touch. Could a marriage forged for baby's sake end in a legend-worthy love for Sleeping Beauty and her dream prince?

Some men are made for lovin'—and you'll love our MAN OF THE MONTH!

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Product Details

  • File Size: 342 KB
  • Print Length: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin Treasury-Silhouette Desire 90s (July 15, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0056HO88C
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #357,512 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Prince Charming's Child is utterly charming! July 24, 1999
By A Customer
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Jennifer Greene has never written a bad book, even after 50? 60? I don't know, but I've been reading her forever, and each book introduces wonderful characters with whom you are delighted to spend an hour or two. Prince Charming's Child is no exception. The heroine, as honorable and adorable a cookie as you'd ever want to meet is ferociously concerned that she's been guilty of sexual harassment. She's been trying so hard to be a good girl after a rebellious childhood and adolescence, and now, gosh darn it, she has no memory of, uh, how she came to 'be with child,' as they used to say. And when her hero steps in, she's so concerned that she's taking advantage of him that even his mind-draining kisses seem all her fault. The hero, of course, has his own agenda, and getting a ring around her finger is #1 on his 'to do' list! How he manages this and how she, a sleeping beauty, awakens, make for an utterly delightful read. Sexy, tender, and totally charming. Gosh, a Greene book is such a treat.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A really lovely book December 6, 1999
By L. Ward
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I really enjoyed this one. Okay it's a bit of a stretch short of an allergy or alcoholism that she would black out with very little alcohol and the architectural/interior design firm stuff is ridiculous (though perhaps with my being an architect I'm being overly critical in that respect. I just found that part to be seriously off base, and no one should take the characters' coversations about their jobs as being realistic.) Still the characters themselves and their approach to their problems more than make up for the previously mentioned short comings. The hero is a real prince of a guy and the heroine has just enough vulnerability that you like her as well. The good parts far outweigh any negatives I found in the book.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Common aflictions January 3, 2000
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I like to know how the female gets into a situation like this and the reactions between the heroine and hero. I was especially excited to learn that I'm not the only one to know about allergies to alcohol. I have a similar problem, though I've never went to this extreme. It was a really good book. I like the suttle way the hero stepped in and helped, but didn't take total control.
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5.0 out of 5 stars ABSOLUTELY DELIGHTFUL! June 26, 1999
By A Customer
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This book is so adorable. Jennifer Greene's characters are always so nice, so sweet, so honorable, and yet so real, so interesting. She creates a such a delightful world.
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More About the Author

Jennifer Greene has sold over 86 books in the contemporary romance genre, and has accumulated a wealth of writing awards, including 6 Ritas from Romance Writers of America, The RWA Hall of Fame Award, Lifetime Achievement award, and both Lifetime and Career Achievement awards from Romantic Times. She has been on numerous best seller lists from the very start of her career, and reviewers' enthusiasm for her books have come from across the country, including:

"The author most likely to steal your heart." (Susan Elizabeth Phillips)
"Warm, wise and wonderfully satisfying" (Chicago Tribune)
"Vivid, fresh, and often funny" (Publishers Weekly)
"Insightful and compelling" (RT Bookclub)
Jennifer lives in the countryside around Lake Michigan. For years, she and her husband raised Newfoundlands. She loves history, traveling, and of course, reading. She's taken in every animal that shows up at her back door, from kittens to dogs, raccoons to squirrels, and admits to being incapable of saying no--a terrible character trait that she claims to have passed onto her kids.
Jennifer has been an active supporter for women's groups all her life, and has also written under the names of Jeanne Grant, Jessica Massey, and Alison Hart.
You're welcome to contact Jennifer through her website, at:

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