The Trouble with Princesses From New York Times bestselling author Tracy Anne Warren comes the conclusion of an enchanting trilogy about three princesses brought together by friendship and fate This is Princess Ariadne s storyOn

  • Title: The Trouble with Princesses
  • Author: Tracy Anne Warren
  • ISBN: 9780451239716
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Paperback
  • From New York Times bestselling author Tracy Anne Warren comes the conclusion of an enchanting trilogy about three princesses brought together by friendship and fate This is Princess Ariadne s storyOn the threshold of receiving her royal inheritance and tired of the London Marriage Mart, Ariadne has decided to defy convention and declare her independence She will notFrom New York Times bestselling author Tracy Anne Warren comes the conclusion of an enchanting trilogy about three princesses brought together by friendship and fate This is Princess Ariadne s storyOn the threshold of receiving her royal inheritance and tired of the London Marriage Mart, Ariadne has decided to defy convention and declare her independence She will not seek a husband she will take a lover instead, no matter how notorious she may become.The prince of a small European kingdom, renowned bachelor Rupert Whyte, is in London to enjoy a last bit of freedom before choosing a wife When he learns about Ariadne s scheme to take a lover, he decides he must prevent her from embarking on such a ruinous course.What begins as a well deserved reprimand quickly spins out of control when Rupert agrees to give Ariadne a few lessons in lust But just how far will their passion go And will their forbidden liaison lead them too far astray to turn back

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    1. I thought the first 75% of this book was sensational and then it lost steam (literally) and started a downward spiral that it never recovered fromAriadne and Rupert were great together - I loved them. Together they were HOT! The love scenes were steamy and well written (just remembering the picnic scene makes me need to fan myself). Feelings were progressing and Rupert plays the hero and recuses Ariadne from an unwanted suitor and then the story starts to go south faster than geese in October !T [...]

    2. Fun book. Ariadne would like to have a husband and family, but she won't settle for just anyone. She wants a man she can love, just like her two best friends have found. Since she hasn't been lucky enough to find him, she decides it's time to do her own pursuing. But instead of a husband, she's going to look for a lover, and not worry about her reputation. The only thing stopping her is the interference she's getting from her best friend's brother, Prince Rupert.Rupert is prince of a small kingd [...]

    3. Ariadne, after seeing her two closest friends, finding love, desires the same. She knows its real and does happen, even if its less common. Adriadne lost her family, and currently staying with her friend Emma, until she comes into her inheritance. She knows she will not settle for anything less than love in a marriage. So realizing that may not happen, she decides to take a lover. She doesn't care about the consequences, she wants to live and to live passionatly. On her quest in finding a lover, [...]

    4. "You and my sister have done what no one else could have. You got two proud, stubborn people to humble themselves and admit to what they could not live without-- each other." HAH! So I picked up on Ariadne and Rupert IN EMMA'S BOOK. I HAVE SOME OTP RADAR. So the premise is that Ariadne wants to take a lover, and her best friend Emma's older brother Rupert finds out and keeps trying to dissuade her from embarking on such a scandalous mission. Ariadne has resolved never to marry, she's quite happy [...]

    5. Excellent book!! Really enjoyed the H/h and watching them fall in love. At first I kind of didn't like the heroine but as the story progresses her character softened and she matured in the relationship department. The hero.he was perfect!!! My favorite of the series!

    6. I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 starsThis is the third and final book in Ms Warren’s Princess Brides trilogy, and the story focuses on Princess Ariadne of Nordenbourg, who has decided that she will tread a less conventional path than her friends Mercedes and Emmaline, the heroines of the previous two books.The Trouble with Princesses is one of those books that is quite difficult to review, because there’s nothing really wrong with it! It’s well written, the two protagonists are [...]

    7. Simply Irresistible! Set in 1820, Princess Ariadne has decided to take control of her own life and will not marry. Rather, she will find a lover. The trouble is finding one who meets all of her standards. Ariadne is looking for discretion, independence, and lots of passion and chemistry. Prince Rubert Whyte is the older brother of Ariadne’s best friend. When she confides in him that she will seek a lover, he objects based on the scandal it will place upon both Ariadne and his family, but truth [...]

    8. Kitty‘s review posted on Guilty Pleasures Book ReviewsReview copy provided for an honest review5 STARSI was totally enchanted with “The Trouble With Princesses”. I laughed and cried I smiled and frowned. But, most of all, I fell in love with a rake named Rupert and totally admired our heroine, Ariadne.Ariadne is a very unconventional Princess. In fact, I honestly think she would totally have enjoyed the 1980’s, 1990’s and 2000’s way more than the Regency era that she is written in. S [...]

    9. Ariadne was a titled princess who wanted anything but the conventional life that came with it. Marriage appeared tedious to her even though her friends seemed to have found love in their matches. Ariadne wanted the freedom that comes with being financially independent but there was something else she wanted, a love. Rupert was a Prince on the verge of becoming King and he wanted a wife not a hellion, but Ariadne for some reason was the woman he desired, so let the games begin. While out searchin [...]

    10. So I'm in the post book haze right now Lol. This book reminded me why I fell in love with Tracy Anne Warren's books!! Ariadne was my favorite princess from book one, I remember feeling her frustration because of her station in the first story. In her own story she takes charge of her life, she is determined to find a lover since she hasn't found anyone worth marrying. She is about to come into her inheritance and her plan is to become independent. Her plan is naive, a little foolish, but what ca [...]

    11. Sériu o troch princeznách završuje príbeh Ariadne, ktorá tiež našla lásku svojho života. Kým Emmeline (z príbehu Princezná a gróf) si nažíva v šťastnom manželstve a má dve deti, Mercedes (z knihy Princezná a horal) žije so svojou láskou v Škótsku a teší sa na príchod tretieho potomka, ich najlepšia kamarátka Ariadne je stále slobodná. A veru ani nemá v pláne sa vydávať. Čoskoro dosiahne 25 rokov, získa tak možnosť nakladať s celým dedičstvom už neexistu [...]

    12. Oh, falling in love with your BFF's older brother, sweet!!! My favorite type of forbidden love stories. The hero was an awesome regal, dont-mess-with-me, gruff type prince (my favorite). The heroine was also royal, a princess in fact, and she unfortunately acted like one. There were times that she was fun but other times her stubbornness went too far. A few times it borderlined bitchy-bitch and the hero's response would be to "almost crack a smile". Those moments made me question exactly why the [...]

    13. When Princess Ariadne is on the hunt for a lover her best friends brother, a prince of course, takes her up on her offer and the fall hard. This was a sweet and satisfying ending to the princess trilogy and I think the best written book of the three.

    14. First two-thirds of the book were great, one of the better written romances I've read recently. Then it petered out, as if the author didn't know how to finish the story. I finished the book feeling as if there should have been another 100 pages with some dramatic plot twists.

    15. Oh why did this book had to go there? where is this series go so wrong?I heavily enjoyed the first two books in the series, mostly because after reading this one, I realized that I enjoyed how the two couples from the prior books were friends prior to becoming involved and listen to how their relationship progressed into love, yes each prior couple had lusted after each other but both Nick and Duncan respected their women far too much This couple feels . toxic I don't know what it is, I just cou [...]

    16. Great ending to this series. This was Rupert and Ariadne's story. They hated each other to begin with and then learned to love each other.

    17. This is the first book in the series that I actually read and finished (not counting the audiobook that I listened to for The Princess and the Peer that I didn’t finish). That being said, Tracy Anne Warren is one of my favorite authors. For some reason, I just couldn’t get past Emmaline’s story and stopped listening altogether. I guess it must be because I was “reading” an audiobook which I am not used to reading. I may have to rethink the whole series and read the other two books some [...]

    18. Though I read this book out of order it was not necessary to read the previous two to enjoy the love affair between Rupert and Ariade. Having seen both her friends marry and both find a love match Ariade is not assured she will be as lucky. Ariade has always voiced her opinion about marriage. Not wanting to give up her freedom she would rather take a lover despite what is expected of her from the ton. Not wanting to see his sisters friend make a fatal mistake Rupert steps in as the role of her l [...]

    19. Kniha bola oproti predošlým častiam osviežením, no aj napriek tomu som z toho nebola bohvieako nadšená. Nie som žiaden puritán a erotika v knihách mi neprekáža. No, toto bolo na mňa priveľa.V týchto historických románoch som navyknutá na jedno pikantné milovanie a koniec. Tu to však bolo v každej druhej kapitole.Miestami som mala pocit, ako keby autorka nevedela ničím iným zaujať.Celú recenziu si môžete prečítať na blogu-knihomolka-bleise/

    20. Ariadne is an orphaned princess who isn't in a hurry to marry. Instead, she wants to take a lover. She sets out to find a lover in the ton, but after a number of frogs, accepts a proposition for her best friend's brother, Prince Rupert. Rupert doesn't want her ruining her reputation, so his goal is to giver her enough "excitement" to satisfy her curiousity while preserving her virtue. We all know how this ends, so I'll leave it there. I like my historical romances to have sex in them. This one h [...]

    21. What a superb wrap up for this trilogy. I love the hints in the other books towards Ariadne and Rupert relationship. Historical fiction at its best. Princess Ariadne is wealthy,beautiful, and single. Ahead of her time she hasn't found true love so she decides to take a lover. After confiding her scheme to her best friend's brother Prince Rupert he decides to protect her reputation by offering himself as her lover. Thus the battle between these two stubborn begins.

    22. This one I liked.Although Ariadne really has no idea how Society will react if she goes through with her plan to take a lover--before she's even married--she's decided that she doesn't care. Too bad for her, her friend Emma's older brother, Prince-Regent Rupert Whyte of Rosewald, does care about Ariadne's reputation. So, he decides to be her first lover, since he can be discreet (it doesn't hurt that they're both living in the same house with his sister and her husband).

    23. I had read Warren's "Trap" series when they came out a number of years ago and really liked them but kind of burned out on Regency-set novels so missed quite a few of her books between then an now. I really liked this one, though and will definitely get the other two books in the Princess series, though I've started with the third one :) I love a smart, head-strong heroine determined to make her own way and I'm a sucker for the whole "lessons in love" trope. Very well written and sensual.

    24. Princess of defunct country decides she is not interested in marrying but does want to explore having a lover so she starts interviewing potential candidates. Her best friend's brother makes it his responsibility to put a stop to this behavior. When nothing works, he offers himself as a safe alternative, a lover that she can trust. Silly story but the byplay between the princess and prince is pretty funny--loved the snarky comments.

    25. It's takes "three" words to make a heroine happy, and that is "I Love You"But when a handsome, rich and strong prince propose me, I will quickly said "I do" even without that "three" words.So typical historical romance, wanting for the "three" words, and only with that words the happy ending will truly happily ever after.But it was all the historical romance reader loves to read, after all this is a romance ;)

    26. I wanted the two of them to get together from the first book in this trilogy. I was not disappointed. Well, maybe a little no epilogue with a party with all three princesses. But other than that job very well done.

    27. The Last Installment in Tracy Anne Warren's Princess Bride Trilogy and I have to say this has to be my favorite among the 3 . Since I read about Arie and Rupert from Princess and the Peer I know this two royals are a perfect match!! Cute fluffy story!

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