The Prince Kidnaps a Bride

The Prince Kidnaps a Bride by Christina Dodd

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Betrothed in the cradle, Princess Sorcha and Prince Rainger were destined to rule their countries together. Then revolution sent Sorcha to a remote Scottish convent-;and Rainger into a dungeon so deep rumor claimed he was dead. Now danger threatens, and Sorcha must travel home with a simple fisherman as her companion-;Prince Rainger in disguise. Changed by his imprisonment from a careless lad to a dangerous man, he`s determined to win back his kingdom-;and the woman he wants more than life itself. But can he protect a woman who believes every person she meets is her friend, every tavern is an opportunity to sing bawdy songs, and each turn in the road hides new adventure? To keep his princess safe, he must resort to his most treacherous weapon: seduction.

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Dodd Christina / Dodd Christina was born in the United States (Idaho) - in a family that already had two daughters. She became the last child, her father died before she was born. She attended Boyes College, where she met her future husband Scott, and after graduation she got a job as a draftsman for an engineering company that designs a sawmill. During her lunch break, Christina got into the habit of reading romance novels, and after lunch, while working, she often came up with her own endings for the stories she had read and almost always noticed that she liked her own endings more than the author intended. After the birth of her first child, Krstina decided to quit her job and take up writing. Over the next ten years, she wrote three historical novels while working part-time in bookstores. The first two manuscripts of Christina Dodd were rejected by publishers, but the third - "Candle in the Window" - was published, and it was waiting for success. For this work, the writer ...

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Dodd Christina / Dodd Christina was born in the United States (Idaho) - in a family that already had two daughters. She became the last child, her father died before she was born. She attended Boyes College, where she met her future husband Scott, and after graduation she got a job as a draftsman for an engineering company that designs a sawmill. During her lunch break, Christina got into the habit of reading romance novels, and after lunch, while working, she often came up with her own endings for the stories she had read and almost always noticed that she liked her own endings more than the author intended. After the birth of her first child, Krstina decided to quit her job and take up writing. Over the next ten years, she wrote three historical novels while working part-time in bookstores. The first two manuscripts of Christina Dodd were rejected by publishers, but the third - "Candle in the Window" - was published, and it was waiting for success. For this work, the writer received the prestigious American Heart of Gold Award, awarded to authors of romance novels. Her next book, Harper Collins, was also an award-winning book. The heroines of her novels, Dodd wrote off from her mother, "poor, still undecided women who, despite adversity, desperately fight for life and eventually win." The writer is the author of more than two dozen works. Christina Dodd`s first modern novel was released in 2003. Her books have been translated into twelve languages. Many of them became bestsellers. Author`s site: www.christinadodd.com