Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. The witty second entry in bestseller Dodd’s Lost Facebook Twitter Pinterest. Kindle App Ad. Look inside this book. The Barefoot Princess: The Lost Princesses #2 by [Dodd, Christina]. The Barefoot Princess (Lost Princesses, Book 2) [Christina Dodd] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Once upon a time in a kingdom high in. Once upon a time in a kingdom high in the Pyrenees, three young princesses were forced to flee the chaos in their land — vanishing without a trace and lost to .

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But to hear Lord Northcliff inform her he would have moved any obstacle to have her as his mistress. Lord Northcliffe is rather highhanded, demanding, and alpha, but I Amy doesn’t want to be a princess.

The Barefoot Princess — All About Romance

Dodd’s ability with words can only disguise her one-dimensional characters and contrived plot for so long I still enjoyed it, partly, but most of the middle part really bugged me, especially the drama around the background of the male protagonist. And holding the furious, guileful, sensual Jermyn chained in her basement provides a challenge to Amy’s restraint Hi baeefoot thanks for visiting! As, Amy and the marquess, Jermyn, get to know eachother they realize neither is as bad as they first imagined and that Jermyn’s uncle is the real villain.

Once upon a time It was Clarice everyone adored. The bitter wine had stimulated his thirst, and reluctantly, he took another swallow. Dan baik Amy maupun Jermyn akhirnya mengetahui bahwa mereka mencintai satu sama lain. He noted three things. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.


The villagers, spearheaded by Amy an Amy, the youngest of the Lost Princesses of Beaumontagne has set out on her own to live her own life and find her own destiny. But truth be told, people in historical times did not love or respect gay people and there were very few open gays.

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He looked up and blinked again. And in The Barefoot Princess just about everything that takes place works beautifully — even though it starts out with the heroine kidnapping the hero and chaining him in a basement. Within this version, it was easier to understand the spoken language from the villagers. Once they had sex, the book just veered off course and the plot definitely fizzled out. The cast of characters doing their duty supporting prrincess couple are wonderfully drawn.

Such a simple name for a princess and was that even a name back then?

So anyway, Amy, posing as a maid, drugs some wine while he’s out secluded alone in his gardens, and with help from a village man who used to be friends with Northcliff, they haul him off to the island, where she chains him with an old manacle in Miss Sprott’s cellar. Buy The Barefoot Princess: A behemoth stood over him, a rough man with huge hands and a grim expression.

He tried to curse, but his mouth would not speak. So when Christina’s first daughter was born, she told her husband she was going to quit work and write a book.


But of course the ladies aren’t really going to kill him. This is however is minor in my opinion.

Subjects Fiction Romance Historical Fiction. The chain snapped to its full length. What an outset, and what a letdown. Not a lot of thought went into selecting this one as my next read, it was more or less random.

His heart beat sluggishly. It proncess so aggravating, yet predictable, how she went along with everything—the captivity, the marriage, the voyage to the honeymoon cottage, and the honeymoon. But I think he evolved the most princese terms of characters and I really enjoyed him as the book progressed.

A huge pair of battered boots stood planted in front of his nose. Romance Novelist named Christina — her mother was very impressed.

I’m not going to spoil it for you, when you read the book, you’ll know which unbelievable tantrum he threw toward end of the book I’m talking about. Jermyn had an issue that didn’t explain his childish tantrum, a device that was supposed to keep the reader interested but, at least for me, removed all faith in this man. How could such a little revenge and blackmail go so passionately wrong?

The manacle grabbed at his ankle.