The Tycoon's Princess Bride

The Tycoon s Princess Bride Tall dark and dangerous the man from Mont AvellanaBlack hearted billionaire Domenic Vincini wants the lush riches of rival island Niroli including the jewel in Niroli s crown Princess Isabella Fiere

  • Title: The Tycoon's Princess Bride
  • Author: Natasha Oakley
  • ISBN: 9780373126675
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tall, dark and dangerous the man from Mont AvellanaBlack hearted billionaire Domenic Vincini wants the lush riches of rival island Niroli, including the jewel in Niroli s crown Princess Isabella Fierezza She s forbidden, but to Domenic, a man scarred inside and out, that makes her innocence all the appealing If Isabella gives in to temptation she ll tie herselfTall, dark and dangerous the man from Mont AvellanaBlack hearted billionaire Domenic Vincini wants the lush riches of rival island Niroli, including the jewel in Niroli s crown Princess Isabella Fierezza She s forbidden, but to Domenic, a man scarred inside and out, that makes her innocence all the appealing If Isabella gives in to temptation she ll tie herself and her kingdom to its sworn enemy.

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    1. I was born in an old English county called Middlesex You won t find it on any modern map it s been swallowed up by Greater London and at the swish of a bureaucratic pen it disappeared Nevertheless, I had a perfectly happy childhood there with two parents who love me and a younger brother I still like Painfully shy, books were my passion and my first career ambition was to be an author mainly, I think, because I didn t fancy leaving home.Everyone seems to have one teacher who s inspired them than any other I met mine when I was thirteen and his name was Frank Richards, our drama teacher He introduced me to theatre and at fourteen I walked on stage for the first time in a play he d written It was the beginning of a new passion.After a three year classical theatre training at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London, I started my career in professional theatre under my Equity name of Jessica Dean.In 1991 I married my husband and we decided to start our family I must have harboured some kind of daft idea that I would have a baby, put it in a papoose and carry on pretty much as before Not surprisingly it didn t quite work out that way I hadn t realised quite how powerful mother love is I had five children in six years, working only very briefly during this time.I m blessed with an easy, happy marriage and five great children, but when illness touched our lives I started to reassess my future It was the start of my writing career My second submission to Mills Boon was accepted in December 2003.I now live in Bedfordshire with my husband and my children I love antique fairs, collect kitchenalia, paint in watercolour, and am a signer for the deaf BSL My house is in a constant state of disarray but I make great cakes, write books and no one seems to mind.

    2. I read the preceding books in this continuity series some time ago and felt a little lost going into this one. (It didn't help that the Kindle edition is missing the family tree.) After deciding to ignore everything but the romance, I enjoyed this unusually understated Harlequin Presents. Domenic, a man who's suffered both emotionally and physically from a fire that took his wife and child, finds that he's the only one who seems able to see beneath Princess Isabella's perfect facade to the actua [...]

    3. Quoted from my review @ misscz.wordpressLast year, I read Natasha’s book, Crowned: An Ordinary Girl and enjoyed it very much. I picked up The Tycoon’s Princess Bride, but I was worried that I would have problems following a story that was part of a multi-authored series. I needn’t have worried. The only thing that puzzled me concerned Isabella’s brother, Alex — which wasn’t important to Isabella’s story. Reading the blurb for his book answered my question. The book has a family tre [...]

    4. Nice romantic storyVery interesting and emotional story. I really enjoyed it. The only reason I decked it a star is because there's absolutely no sex scenes. The hotness factor gone. You're treated to swoon worthy romantic scenes and left wondering if the actual act was hot or somewhat awkward.

    5. Normalde baş rolünde acı dolu, yaralı erkekler olan hikayeleri severim ama bu pek hoşuma gitmedi Konuşmaları kim söylüyor, neler oluyor zor anladım bazen Çiftin arasındaki duygular da nasıl gelişti göremedim Bir anda seni seviyorum dediler birbirlerine Her şey çok hızlı oldu

    6. Decent romance, Harlequin, so a quick read.I haven't read Harlequin in a long time, but hey, it was a free e-book from the library, so booya. It was also nice that this book was more focused on story rather then sex scenes.Domenic Vincini is a hotel baron with a tragic past. His wife and baby were killed in a fire four years ago that left him with both extensive emotional and physical scars.Isabella Fierezza is a princess from a neighboring island who is trying to broker a hotel dead with Domeni [...]

    7. I really enjoyed reading this book which explores wonderfully the concept of the “wounded hero”. Using more showing than telling, the narrator gives life to a character (Domenic Vincini) who has physical and psychological scars. Through him and the heroine (Isabella of Niroli) – a princess who has suffered her own personal grief and who is under strict public and media attention - the author writes a well balanced and intense romance, with a subtle amount of sensuality in every detail. The [...]

    8. Ok, I admit I'm not a fan of books set in fictional kingdoms. There are too many ways the stories can go wrong. But this story set around the royal family of the kingdom of Niroli wasn't too bad. This one is, I believe, 4th in the series and I hadn't read the previous ones. There were lots of references to events in the previous books that weren't fully explained. The overall background was mentioned only briefly which made it a little hard to see the big picture. Otherwise, I really have no com [...]

    9. This story was heart ripping, the hero's pain and loneliness was palatable and the author did a bang up job of bringing it to 'life'. Really good story in and of itself, but the story arc between the books (Niroli) was weak.

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