The Prince's Second Chance

The Prince s Second Chance Advice columnist Gabriella Vasquez had it all a high profile newspaper job a beautiful daughterd a powerful secret The father of her child was none other than the man who d broken her heart the playb

  • Title: The Prince's Second Chance
  • Author: Brenda Harlen
  • ISBN: 9780373655823
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Paperback
  • Advice columnist Gabriella Vasquez had it all a high profile newspaper job, a beautiful daughterd a powerful secret The father of her child was none other than the man who d broken her heart the playboy prince of Tesoro del Mar himself, Cameron Leandres The rakish royal had longed to settle down for some time, and when Cameron realized he was a daddy, he knew fateAdvice columnist Gabriella Vasquez had it all a high profile newspaper job, a beautiful daughterd a powerful secret The father of her child was none other than the man who d broken her heart the playboy prince of Tesoro del Mar himself, Cameron Leandres The rakish royal had longed to settle down for some time, and when Cameron realized he was a daddy, he knew fate had brought him back to the only woman he d ever loved Getting involved meant risking his heart and the kind of scandal that could bring down the royal family But this time around, Cameron vowed to win Gabby s heart and throw a royal wedding to remember

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    1. Stays true to life~Let me explain my title here any book with the word 'Prince' in it would be on the auto - never in my life - sphere but not Ms. Harlen's latest Speical Edition. Prince Cameron is flawed on many levels. His non-hero type past is why he doesn't really know he has a 16 year old daughter. And Gabriella has every reason in the world to despise her ex. There are reasons people break up and this story touches on several of them. I like that Ms. Harlen didn't take the sappy way out wi [...]

    2. I really like the plot of the story. So much that I wish there could have been more. The character build up was outstanding and each of them was portrayed by Brenda Harlen in a manner that would let any reader crave for more. I only gave 4 stars for this book because mainly it is short. I became attached with the characters and the events that the pages flew by in a split moment leaving me not that much sated with my reading. I would have been delighted to have read more about each of the charac [...]

    3. I really wanted to give this book 5 stars but I couldn't forgive him. The writing made it four star though because Brenda Harlen makes you feel immensely for the characters. I continue to be a huge fan of hers.

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