How to Propose to a Prince is the third in a series about triplet sisters from Cornwall who are reputed to be the illegitimate daughters of the Prince of Wales and. After all, if you can’t be acknowledged as the daughter of a prince, the least you can do is marry Elizabeth, youngest of the notorious. Review: How to Propose to a Prince by Kathryn Caskie. by Finn | Jun 29, This is the third book in the Royle sisters trilogy by Kathryn Caskie.
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After all, if you can’t be acknowledged as the daughter of a prince, the least you can do is marry one. When Elizabeth, youngest of the notorious Royle sisters, comes face-to-face with her future husband, a man she’s seen only in her dreams, she nearly swoons—especially when she discovers he If the tiara fits, wear it!
When Elizabeth, youngest of the notorious Royle sisters, comes face-to-face with her future husband, a man she’s seen only in her dreams, she nearly swoons—especially when she discovers he is a prince. But her ecstasy is short-lived as she quickly learns that the man she longs for is betrothed to someone else—a princess, no less.
A lesser woman would give up, but Elizabeth is a Royle, after all. But the lover she desires is not who he seems. Paperbackpages. Elizabeth RoyleSumner Landsdowne. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Review: How to Propose to a Prince by Kathryn Caskie | The Good, The Bad and The Unread
Lists with This Book. Un libro muy flojillo. Y l Un libro muy flojillo. Sobre el misterio que encierran las cartas y las pistas que nos plantean en el primer libro Pero no todo es malo, en conjunto la serie es buena. Jun 28, Christa rated it liked it Shelves: I had a difficult time deciding whether ot give the third book in this series a 3 or a 4.
The underlying premise of all prlnce books is the possibility ktahryn three sisters – triplets- being the secret daughters of the Prince of Wales. This plot running through the three books wasn’t one that I enjoyed, so it affected my opinion of each of the books. In this book, the heroine, Elizabeth Royle, has a dream about the man she will marry, and then sees him the next day. The man katbryn her dream, Sumner Lands I had a difficult time deciding whether to give the third book in pgince series a 3 or a 4.
The man in csskie dream, Sumner Landsdowne, Marquess of Whitedale, is pretending to be his cousin, Prince Leopold, who appears to be in danger. Sumner and Elizabeth Royle become attached to one another, but as he is pretending to be his cousin, Sumner has to act like he has an interest in marrying Charlotte, Princess of Wales. Since Elizabeth believes him to be the prince, she wavers between being dismayed by Sumner’s supposed relationship with Princess Charlotte and certain that she will marry him as she saw in her dream.
I liked Sumner as a hero, but at times his determination to deny himself because of duty became tedious. Ptince was a sympathetic heroine, but I became tired of her going back and forth on whether Sumner would come back for her. This was a quick read, and I did enjoy it, just not as much as many of the other books hpw there. Y aunque las historias de las tres hermanas, como ya dije anteriormente, estan talladas po Rating: Mar 30, Sarah rated it it was ok. The title is deceiving – he’s not even a prince!!!
Now how am I supposed to learn how to propose to one??? Story was ok, but one of the two sex scenes was not too sexy Thumbs down if you’re looking for action. Aug 23, Nancy rated it it was amazing Shelves: Little does she realize that her handsome prince is a decoy.
His cousin, Lord Whitevale, is actually the prince, and Sumner—the real Marquess of Whitevale—is posing as the royal to draw asssassins away.
Elizabeth falls in love with katheyn man whose duty supposedly dictates he wed Princess Charlotte, possibly her half-sister. She despairs when Sumner seems to care for her but keeps getting pulled away for affairs of state. Should she believe her senses or what others are telling her about his need for a political match? Her association with the prince proves dangerous when a bg shoots at them. Secret identity stories are always engaging. Oct 18, Kristy rated it really liked it Shelves: This was really cute.
I didn’t realize it was the last book in a series when I got it through kathrhn, but it made me want to read the rest of the series anyway. I though it vy different, that the author made it known from the beginning that Sumner was not actually the prince. One thing that did strike kahryn as odd though, was when she was staying with the Princess and everyone knew Sumner was no the Prince except for Elizabeth.
Elizabeth was still actively pursuing him even though she knew Princ This was really cute. Elizabeth was still actively pursuing him even though she knew Prince and Princess were most likely going to marry.
The Princess knew lropose Elizabeth liked Sumner, so why didn’t it bother her that Elizabeth would go behind the Princesses back and try to pursue her future husband. That didn’t seem right, the Princess was too selfish to be ok with that katjryn my opinion. I also didn’t like the very end. The girls were told a lie, and I think they should have been told the truth. Their mother was still living and keeping tabs on them.
I think they should have been given the opportunity to know t. Dec 03, Emily rated it really liked it Recommends it for: This was a very fast paced and easy to read book. I enjoyed all the little historical tidbits, and I appreciated the factual elements that the author injected.
I thought the characters were sweet, and the seduction spicy. I certainly look forward to reading more from Kathryn Caskie. Sep 26, Katie rated it liked it Shelves: I’d read the two previous books in the series some time ago and couldn’t remember the story line very well.
This book assumed that you had read them quite recently, so I was a bit lost about who people were for parts of the book since she didn’t redevelop prunce. Also, the character development was off.
Sumner was posing as Prince Leopold, so I was confused who was who sometimes — was it the real Sumner or the real Leopold? Also, all of a sudden they were in love, and I wasn’t really sure how it I’d read the two previous books in the series some time ago and couldn’t remember the story line very well.
Also, all of a sudden they were in love, and I wasn’t really sure how it happened. I give it three stars though because I can’t give it 2.
Nov 05, Patty rated it it was ok Shelves: Nothing special, but nothing awful either. I know that part of my problem with this book is that it is the third in a series and I did not read the other two. However, I have no intention of going back to the first two.
How to Propose to a Prince
I did not find the premise all that interesting and I wasn’t too fond of the author’s style. There are plenty of romance writers whose stories I have enjoyed more. May 29, Jennifer rated it liked it Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I liked this book, but not as much as book 2.
Book review: Kathryn Caskie’s *How to Propose to a Prince*
Sumner was dreamy, but I think it’s a dumb name and had a hard time swooning over him because of it. However, I did enjoy this book.
The one thing I did not like aside from his name was that the girls were told that they are not Prinny’s like they had thought and then finding out that they are in bby his royal children but kathry their mother did not want to tell them! Despite being irritated with that, I really enjoyed this trilogy. Jan 02, April rated it liked it Shelves: Of the three books this one was just eh for me. I was not really feeling the story and found it dragged alot.
Review: How to Propose to a Prince by Kathryn Caskie
I did like the end when all three couples came together to finally solve the mystery of their parentage. I must admit I still do not full understand the whole thing. It was rather confusing.
Still a nice way to kill time and an interesting series. Some nice steamy scenes to keep you attention!