Lusting For Covers (171) The Prince and I


Lusting for Covers is a meme found on TBQ so come and join in on this
fun meme!!! 1- Take the graphic (left) to use on your post. Remember to
give credit to the original host (TBQ). 2- Choose your own book cover
that you’ve fallen in “lust” with in the past week. It can be new, old, a
reprint, or even a book that is not yet out– it’s all up to you! If
you find a cover that catches your eye, then showcase it on your blog,
and let others see the pretty covers out there. 3- Copy the direct link
to your own L4C post into the comment section on my post (when in doubt,
use this link and then scroll down to find the post), and allow others
to come and see what you picked! (OPTIONAL): 4- Besides posting the
picture of the book cover you chose, it’s nice to provide the book
summary, title, author, or a website link for the book. It’s not
required, but it can help you readers’ to add more books to their own
list! A brief “Why I choose this cover” is also appreciated, but not
required


My Candidate For The Week

 

From New York Times bestselling author Karen Hawkins, the lively and sizzling second book in a new fairytale-The Prince and Ibased Scottish historical romance series, The Princes of Oxenburg.

Gregori Romanovin, Oxenburg’s warrior prince, is escorting his grandmother to a house party deep in the Highlands when he and his entourage are robbed at sword point by a group of ruffians led by a man the locals have dubbed “The Scottish Robin Hood.” The battle-savvy prince instantly realizes there’s something different about this thief, and it’s not just the Scottish accent—it’s the fact that “he” is really a “she.”

Lady Murian, a young widow out for revenge against the powerful earl who killed her husband and stole his birthright, is now living in the woods with her family’s banished retainers. To stay alive, she and her band of men rob rich nobles coming to visit the evil earl. But when she ambushes the Prince of Oxenburg’s golden coach, she gets far more than she expected. For when the prince uncovers her true identity, she’s afraid thathe might be the real thief…of her heart.

10 thoughts on “Lusting For Covers (171) The Prince and I

    • it is right? I have really loved her books lately, they are just fabulous. So I am excited for the Robin Hood theme in this story. You don’t see that too often in historical’s any more.

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  1. Such a cute cover! I like the flirty feel of it which is different than the typical sexy clinch pose. I also think the heroine’s dress is gorgeous!

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