The Black Sheep And the Princess

The Black Sheep And the Princess

by Donna Kauffman

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Black Sheep and the Princess 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Heiress Kate Sutherland causes a media frenzy when he offers to trade her inheritance for a run down camp. Among those fascinated by her stance is former cop Donovan MacLeod, who thought of her as a spoiled rich girl when they knew each other over eighteen years ago.------------------------ Donovan looks Kate up because he is worried about her and has never forgotten her perhaps because he set a world record for cold showers. He thinks she is in trouble and plans to keep her safe although he wonders who will keep him safe from his desire for her. As they work on renovating the camp, they fall in love, but someone has other plans for her and her camp that Mac knows he must be on the alert to prevent, but how can he maintain vigil when his brain contains one coherent thought showering with Kate.------------------------ The relationship between THE BLACK SHEEP AND THE PRINCESS makes for an amusing heated contemporary romance. Fans will enjoy the witty teasing filled with double entendres as much as in your face commentary in bed, in the shower, over beer, and a few other locations. Although the threat seems off kilter, sub-genre fans will appreciate this lighthearted romp starring two delightful ¿not in love¿ bickering lovers.--------------- Harriet Klausner
sweettfp More than 1 year ago
the only bad thing about this book was it came to an end... I really enjoyed this story it had lots of twists and turns and highs and lows. It is one of those that will keep you hooked from beginning to end. Definitely a must read!