Prince of Dreams
A wealthy and bitter exile, he most dangerous and desirable man in all of England, he burns to possess a proud, headstrong beauty who is promised to another. But winning Emma Stokehurst's exquisite hand through threats and determination does nothing to fill the empty spaces in Nikola's... show more
A wealthy and bitter exile, he most dangerous and desirable man in all of England, he burns to possess a proud, headstrong beauty who is promised to another. But winning Emma Stokehurst's exquisite hand through threats and determination does nothing to fill the empty spaces in Nikola's heart—until passion's magic carries the handsome, tormented prince back to a bygone era of splendor and romantic dreams. For there his destiny awaits him in a distant life. And in one remarkable woman's tender touch—achingly familiar but gloriously new—he must seek the elusive promise of ecstasy . . .and learn, at last, to love.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 1st 1995
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
Series: Stokehurst (#2)
Lisa Kleypas is after all, Lisa Kleypas. And I meant that as a compliment. The story itself is very bland. I do not like this sereis from Lisa Kleypas much. This Russian theme did not work for me and that goes for both stories. I think it is the characters. They cannot hold my interest. This is when...
Nikolas Angelovsky Emma Stokehurst I did not enjoy this as much as the previous installment however I did enjoy it. (That sound so contrary) It was a good story overall 3.5 Stars
I loved the Wallflower and the Hathaways series by this author, but of the two older books I've read by her I didn't enjoy them as much including this one. The spoiler problem for me is when he goes into his past life and marries Emelia and has sex and impregnates her, it felt like cheating. This ...
As I was reading Midnight Angel, Nikolas really got my attention. He's dark, tortured, disturbing kind of character - not exactly what you'd hope to find in a romance.But, there is a reason - quite a good one, if I may add. After suffering through that amount of physical and emotional torture, there...
I know many Kleypas fans don't care for this book. It's darker than some of her others and features elements many romance readers shy away from. I can't help myself, I adore it. There's something so raw about Nikolas, some indefinable thing that makes him worthy, even when he shouldn't be. Emma is a...