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Reader Review: I just recently read some books from the author, Nicole Jordan. Her phrasing and the repertoire between her characters is marvelous. The only complaint that I would have is that her stories do follow a pattern that is similar to each other thus leading to something that doesn't leave the reader filled with anticipation of the unknown. To give her credit, she's a great writer and her heroine in this book is definitely different then your usual Victorian damsel. I do wish she would hold back on some of the scenes though. There seems to be more lust than love in her books.
The incomparable Nicole Jordan weaves a seductive tale of passion and betrayal, intrigue and destiny, in her most devastatingly delicious love story yet. . . .
THE PRINCE OF PLEASURE
He is England’s most notorious rake. Known as Dare to his friends, the wicked, outrageously charming Marquess of Wolverton is a consummate pleasure-seeker. But the seductive lifestyle is just his way of burying painful memories of the dazzling actress who once shattered his heart. When treachery threatens the Crown, Dare resolves to use his former beloved to help unmask a deadly traitor.
Forced to betray the only man she ever loved, Julienne wants simply to forget the tender passion they had known as young lovers. But when Dare publicly vows to have her again as his mistress, she responds to his challenge with a vow of her own: to bring the Prince of Pleasure to his arrogant knees.
As romantic adversaries, they play a provocative game of seduction. As patriotic allies, they embark on a perilous mission rife with danger and desire. And as their unforgettable passion rekindles, together they discover what Dare has long denied—that true love is the greatest pleasure of all.
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|Title of Romance eBook: The Prince of Pleasure||Series: Notorious Series, , #5|
|Release Date: 05-30-2006|
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|Publisher: Random House Publishing Group|
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The Prince of Pleasure
London, March 1814
Flickering firelight cast a golden glow over Dare’s nude body as he stood before the bedchamber hearth, yet no flame could warm the chill in his heart. His mind flooded by thoughts of a beautiful, deceptive enchantress, he stared down at the playbill advertising her latest performance at the Drury Lane Theater.
He didn’t need the artist’s sketch to prod his recollection, for everything about her was burned into his memory. Images of her assaulted him: her exquisite body arched in passion. Her sleek limbs wrapped around him. Her luxurious hair like a mantle of sable fire about her shoulders. Her skin so flawlessly white, it looked like fine porcelain. Her laughter and her smile. Her keen wit. Her dark, luminous eyes with their incredible sensuality . . .
It was all branded upon his memory with a sharpness and clarity that still seared.
“What a bloody fool you were,” he murmured, the accusation hoarse in the quiet of the bedchamber.
Dare locked his jaw, distressed that Julienne’s sudden appearance in London had awakened emotions he’d presumed long dead. He’d thought himself over her years ago. Free of the tormenting memories, free of the regrets and loneliness that plagued him.
Yet given the savage pain that lanced through him now, he knew he still hadn’t fully recovered from his shattering encounter with Julienne. Apparently the adage was true—that a man never forgot his first love.
He hadn’t intended to lose his heart to her. He’d been young and hot and full of himself, eminently secure in his powers of s
Title: The Prince of Pleasure
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The prince of pleasure
March 25, 2010
Reviewer: A reader from BARRANCO - LIMA, NA PE
Wonderful and loveable chemistry between the two main characters, Dare and Julienne, you will want to turn the pages faster, if you have read other books by this author you must read this one, by far the best.
I have read almost all of her books and while a lo
December 10, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Boise, ID US
I have read almost all of her books and while a lot of them are virtually the same, I appreciated the different style of conflict in this one and the easing up from the harsh sex scenes in some of her other books. It makes you feel the characters pain. I would definitely recommend it, as well as her other books.
An extremely well written novel that is brimming w
May 18, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from New Liskeard, Ontario CA
An extremely well written novel that is brimming with raw emotions. You really feel for the heroine who certainly had a rough time of things. At the end of the novel you can't help but be supremely satisfied that Dare and Julienne get together after all the years of being apart. Great read!
I just recently read some books from the author, N
April 20, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from New Liskeard, Ontario CA
I just recently read some books from the author, Nicole Jordan. Her phrasing and the repertoire between her characters is marvelous. The only complaint that I would have is that her stories do follow a pattern that is similar to each other thus leading to something that doesn't leave the reader filled with anticipation of the unknown. To give her credit, she's a great writer and her heroine in this book is definitely different then your usual Victorian damsel. I do wish she would hold back on some of the scenes though. There seems to be more lust than love in her books.
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