The Leopard Prince (Princes Trilogy, #2)
Publish date: April 1st 2007
Pages no: 255
Edition language: English
Series: Princes (#2)
Oh my oh my oh my.........Harry, what a man! I have tried to stay away from Elizabeth Hoyt's books because many of her heroins are widows. I am not much for widows. But since Lady Georgina in The Leopard Prince is no widow, I thought I'd give it a try. And man am I in love with Mr. Harry Pye! (@Ms. ...
Lady Georgina Maitland is eight and twenty and the idea of marriage horrifies her. She is outspoken and isn’t ruled by the social expectations of her time. Her aunt left her a great amount of land with the stipulation that no man may step in and take responsibility for it. George takes in interest i...
3.5 starsThis was the historical that got me out of my historical slump. I loved, loved, loved the premise. Aristocratic lady falls in love with a servant. Georgina is a riot. It was refreshing to read about a strong-willed completely independent lady. I also liked the addition of the external conf...
This book lost half a star because the ridiculous ending but overall it was very good. The entire premise can be very cliché and the plot with the dead sheep can be silly but I enjoyed Georgina and Harry's interaction and relationship development. They had a very tender romance and while Georgina we...
The steward and the aristocratic lady. An unlikely match. But again great dialogues. An okay plot. Two great main characters, a good set of amusing and entertaining side characters (I loved Georgina's brothers). A very good read, though the Raven Prince is still my favourite in this series.
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