Being the wealthiest landowner on Thomas Isle was still not enough for Garrett Sutherland. He'd spent his life creating his vast fortune...and his sensational notoriety. But he wanted his biggest claim to fame to be the seduction of Princess Louisa--the infamous virgin princess.
The tycoon had carefully planned his agenda. He'd insinuate himself into Louisa's heart...and then her bed. And when the news broke, he'd dutifully propose. Yet this close-hearted millionaire had not realized luring Louisa into an opportunistic marriage could cost him more than even he might be willing to pay.
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|Title of Harlequin Romance eBook: Virgin Princess, Tycoon's Temptation||Series: Royal Seductions, , #7|
|Release Date: 07-01-2010|
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|Publisher: Silhouette Desire|
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Virgin Princess, Tycoon's Temptation
She just knew he was the one.
Her family would probably remind her that she'd felt that way about men before. Aaron would tease her and call her a hopeless romantic. Chris, the oldest, would just sigh and shake his head, as if to say, "Here we go again." Her twin sister Anne would probably sneer and call her naive. But this time it was different. Louisa was sure of it. She could feel it, like a cosmic tug at her soul.
He was the most intriguing, handsome and tallest man—by several inches—at the charity event, which was what drew her attention to him in the first place. With raven hair, a warm olive complexion and striking features, he was impossible to miss.
Was he an Italian businessman, or a Mediterranean prince? Whoever he was, he was rich and powerful. She could tell by the quality of his clothing and the way he carried himself. Most people knew better than to openly stare at a member of the royal family, but this man gazed intently at her with dark, deep-set eyes, as though they already knew one another. Which she was sure they didn't. She definitely would have remembered him. Maybe he didn't realize she was royalty, although she would imagine the diamond encrusted tiara tucked within her upswept hair would be a dead giveaway.
Another woman might have waited for him to make the first move, or manu...