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Command Performance (Language Of Love No.37) Mass Market Paperback – November 1, 1993
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Command Performance is the second book in the Cordina Royal Family series. In this book, the author focuses on Prince Alex, the heir to the throne of Cordina. Prince Alex, at 30, shows all the makings of a fine leader soemday. But he has yet to find a wife or provide the country with a future heir. But that may soon change. Inviting Eve Hamilton to dierct a command performance in Cordina, Alex finds this American woman just as lovely as wen he first met her seven years before. But there new fiound relationship at first is quite adversarial as at first each found fault with the other. But the readers has only to watch as Nora Roberts weaves her romance magic to find these two falling in love given some time.
Those who have already read the first book in this series, Affaire Royale will enjoy their return to the fairytale country of Cordina and the inhabitants of the Royal Palace. Many will also remember Eve Hamilton and the crucial role she played in that title.
I heartily recommend this title particularly if you enjoy series in general or perhaps Nora Roberts's series. Now I look forward to reading the third book in the series, The Playboy Prince.
The storyline was interesting, romantic, with a touch of drama thrown in. As with many of Nora's books, you're right in the middle of all the excitement and drama, then it ends. I appreciate they can't all be epic however, she's such an interesting author it would be nice and much more satisfying for her readers if they were a little more drawn out.
Anyway that's my opinion. Looking forward to the next novel based on Cordina's Royal Family
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