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Major Henry Musgrave, adjunct to the Congress of Vienna, is concerned when the General's daughter stops replying to his letters. He grew up with this girl after all. When his commanding officer entreats Henry to go to Paris and find her the major sets off, determined to find a renowned artist named Traversant who appears to have ruined the woman Henry has always loved.
But all is not as it seems in the art salons of Paris in 1814...
A woman with secrets, Louisa Beresford flees to Paris when her life in England implodes. A shamed woman with an infant, she seeks refuge with irascible fellow artist, Madame Vignée. When her childhood friend visits her studio, Louisa must decide whether to reveal herself or stay hidden from the love of her life forever.
"Art is beautiful. Politics is ugly."
A love that cannot be denied...
When Captain Warwick "Wil" Clifton offers assistance to the Romany family he has injured, he's unprepared for the warmth of Romany camaraderie, and he is nowhere near ready for the force of nature that is Princess Syeira Brishen. Keeping a lid on his desire for the Romany beauty takes all his self-control as he finds himself asking: What is he willing to risk for love?
As the eldest daughter of the Romany king, Syeira's pride in her heritage is matched by her finely-honed distrust of Englishmen. Captain Clifton surprises her with his affection, passion, and...love. She trusts her heart, but is caught between family duty and an unrelenting desire to be with the man she loves.
Always a Princess is an unlikely Regency Romance. Focusing on a romance between two different cultures rather than just two different mindsets. From the beginning, I was intrigued by the Romany culture at this time and their interactions with the English houses. Syeira's character and her role as a Romany princess was also intriguing to read about.
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Always a Princess is an unlikely Regency Romance. Focusing on a romance between two different cultures rather than just two different mindsets..
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