Storming the Castle
When Miss Philippa Damson runs away from home to Pomeroy Castle, she is far from a princess…she’s an extraordinary beauty with ordinary dreams — to live a quiet life as a nursemaid. Jonas Berwick, rakish son of a grand duke, has vowed never to wed. He offers Philippa everything—but his hand in... show more
When Miss Philippa Damson runs away from home to Pomeroy Castle, she is far from a princess…she’s an extraordinary beauty with ordinary dreams — to live a quiet life as a nursemaid.
Jonas Berwick, rakish son of a grand duke, has vowed never to wed.
He offers Philippa everything—but his hand in marriage.
Philippa has stormed the castle, but now she faces an impossible Challenge: To win the love of a prince, she may have to risk everything that makes her a lady.
Publish date: 21-12-2010
Pages no: 138
Edition language: English
Series: Fairy Tales (#1.5)
Storming the Castle by Eloisa James audio book narrated by Nicola Barber Fairy Tales #1.5 (novella) What Miss Phillipa Damson needs is a good, old fashioned knight in shining armor. What she has is a fiancé she never wanted and a compelling urge to run away. But if she manages to escape, will ...
While I read this book out of order from it's series, it was easily understood, as things were well explained so that the reader did not have to go back to the preceding book to answer questions. This was Wick's story, whom I really enjoyed in [b:A Kiss at Midnight|6957682|A Kiss at Midnight (Fairy...
I was nice to read Wick's story (from A Kiss at Midnight), but I was a little disappointed. Wick's "I'm not good enough for you!" got old real quick. Phillipa came across as a bit vain because she didn't want to marry Rodney because he had a fat ass and slow. But she still slept with him? I didn...
Cute story with Wick as the hero. A very good story for a short story. Very fleshed out. Originally published on GR in Dec 2010
I think my favorite part of this book was the premise behind why Lady Phillipa would land in the castle to fall in love with Majordomo Jonas Berwick. A great continuation in terms of storyline A Kiss at Midnight, this jaunty little novella didn't disappoint with a good balance between heart pangs an...