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Saturday, March 1, 2014

STOLEN KISS FROM A PRINCE By Teresa Carpenter

Stolen Kiss From a Prince by Teresa CarpenterPublisher: Harlequin
Expected Release Date: April 1, 2014
Pages: 256
Genre: Romance

Book Description: Charged with the care of the newly orphaned heir to the Kardana throne, nanny Katrina Vicente finds herself faced with an even more formidable task working alongside the boy's uncle, the devastatingly handsome Prince Julian, the prince regent.Desperate to keep the secrets of her past under lock and key, getting involved with a prince is the last thing Katrina needs, particularly with the world watching. But it's hard to ignore their instant chemistry;especially after one stolen kiss! Could her royal assignment be about to transform into the most magical of fairy tales?

Wanda's Thoughts:  Stolen Kiss From a Prince was a relaxed, easy read, but unfortunately had little or no impact on me. It needed to be revved up a notch or two. There were a few scenes in the book that I found touching, but the storyline was lacking depth and very predictable with no crescendo of excitement. The implausible storyline was interesting, but only lukewarm. This is not a book that I would enthusiastically recommend. 3 Stars. 
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Harlequin in exchange for an honest review.  All opinions shared are my own.  



Teresa Carpenter


About the Author: Teresa Carpenter - Teresa Carpenter believes in the power of unconditional love, and that there’s no better place to find it than between the pages of a romance novel. Reading is a passion for Teresa—a passion that led to a calling. She began writing more than twenty years ago, and marks the sale of her first book as one of her happiest memories. A fifth-generation Californian, Teresa lives in San Diego, within miles of her extensive family, and knows that with their help she can accomplish anything.