Prince Joe

Prince Joe

eBook - 1996
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Veronica St. John is facing the challenge of a lifetime. The media consultant has two days to teach a rugged Navy SEAL to impersonate a European prince who has been targeted by terrorists. It's a tough assignment, but Veronica is sure she's up to the task--until she actually meets Joe. Despite his physical resemblance to the handsome prince, Lieutenant Joe Catalanotto is nothing like the stuffy aristocrat. Everything about the combat-hardened Navy SEAL--from the arrogant gleam in his eyes and streetwise attitude to the New York accent--says regular guy, not royalty. One conversation and Veronica knows nothing could turn this military man into nobility. Joe, on the other hand, is confident he's got what it takes to complete his duty. But neither of them expects their assignment to include falling in love.
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : MIRA, c1996
ISBN: 9781426804847
1426804849
Characteristics: 249 p. ; 18 cm
Additional Contributors: Overdrive, Inc

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May 16, 2012

(5 stars) I absolutely love this story. Shoot, I love the whole TDD series and Brockmann is one of my favorite authors. I first discovered her through this story when it appeared in the Blogger's Favorites ebook put out by Harlequin. I admit to being afraid that it wouldn't hold up after having read so many of her later books, but it's still great. It's a relief to have a female character who isn't flipping out about a guy hashing out his entire life history. They are both happy to observe how the other lives in the present and fall in love with that. They verge on being too perfect as individuals, but ultimately they feel and act real.

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vloveg
May 16, 2012

(5 stars)
I absolutely love this story. Shoot, I love the whole TDD series and Brockmann is one of my favorite authors. I first discovered her through this story when it appeared in the Blogger's Favorites ebook put out by Harlequin. I admit to being afraid that it wouldn't hold up after having read so many of her later books, but it's still great. It's a relief to have a female character who isn't flipping out about a guy hashing out his entire life history. They are both happy to observe how the other lives in the present and fall in love with that. They verge on being too perfect as individuals, but ultimately they feel and act real.

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