Lord Bannor the Bold has never feared anything in his life–until the war ends and he finds himself a reluctant papa to a dozen unruly children. He sends his. Charming the Prince. Teresa Medeiros. Buy This Book. Charming the Prince is going to be one of my favorite funnies for I found myself. Charming The Prince By Teresa Medeiros – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Charming the Prince by Teresa Medeiros. He never lost a battle until he met the one woman who might succeed in Never in my life have I backed down from any challenge or betrayed so much as a hint of fear—until the war ended and I found myself a reluctant papa to a dozen unruly children.
Rea He never lost a battle until he met the one woman who might succeed in Realizing that I couldn’t lop their little heads off or prinxe them in the dungeon, I sent my steward out to find them a mother and me a bride—an attractive, meek, maternal creature too plain to tempt me to get her with child. You can imagine my horror when he returned with Lady Willow of Bedlington, a spirited beauty who made me think of nothing else!
With her cloud of dark curls and the sparkle of passion in her eyes, Willow was everything I’d sworn to resist. I never dreamed she would join forces with those mischievous imps of mine to teach this cynical warrior just how sweet surrender can be. Bannor the Terexa, Lord of Elsinore Paperbackpages.
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Lists with This Book. They were all jerks as you can figure and her poor father was worn down. But it was Willow that had to look after all of the brats and take care of everything.
Then we have Lord Bannor who sends out one of his men to find him a wife for his own brood of children. He had two wives that gave him children but they died and people tend to drop children off at the castle saying they are his because he is a charmlng that has a reputation.
BUT, not all is what it seems.
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Anyhoo, his man Hollis is supposed to bring back a woman that loves children and not someone beautiful for him to fall for but good ole Hollis did the opposite. Willow is a force to be reckoned with and she’s beautiful.
And she wants nothing to do with Bannor’s children. Of course neither does Bannor, he hides from the children and doesn’t teach them princs until. Willow takes over and teaches them all something. There are also some sexy times in the book so be aware if you don’t want to run into that kind of thing. Either way, I enjoyed the book and that is all that matters. I have to admit it was the books cover that pulled me in and then I read the blurb and thought it sounded good.
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Melissa Martin’s Reading List View all 7 comments. Aug 07, Ren rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Historical Romance fans, fans of re-telling of fairy tale. So, I just bought this book from online shop which usually sell many used books. The price is cheap. Just rupiahs or maybe 4,99 dollars. I decide to read Charming the Prince, first because I really love the blurb, its rare to find character letter for a synopsis.
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Princd I want to change my usual genre for a little: I read this for 4 hours. And of course that a good sign! If I can’t stop read it, that’s mean the story is good. And yes,Charming The Prince is really good. So, what we have from this book? Charming the Prince is re-telling from Cinderella story. With “Cinderella” have a weak father, evil stepmother, and 10 bothersome, annoying prinnce. Lady Willow of Bedlington hope her new mother will love her.
Alas, what her stepmother do is to poison her father with her sweet venom talk. She make them poor and that make Willow as servant for her step-siblings. The story move forward 13 years later. Must be always successful winning every war and captured all his enemy, but not this war. Not when his enemies are his TEN children, whose face like angel, but their attitude are worse than Black Prince King Edwards’s son himself.
Bannor then ask to his steward, Sir Hollis, to search him a bride. An unattractive, meek, not so beautiful woman, but have maternal instinct. To babysit his children of course and left him at peace To Bannor’s surprise, Hollis take Willow as the bride. Willow who desperate to go out from her home, and want to find her own happiness, is insulted with the way Bannor treated her.
Little she know Bannor avoid her, because he attracted to Willow, but don’t want to sire another babe. Since Bannor believe he was to virile, and said, its must be curse. Because his father and grandfather have so many children too the usual slogan of Bannor house is to conquer and die which he change as be fruity and multiply Not just from Bannor act, his children decide to “torture” Willow too, because they don’t want new mother. Even though later they support her, and decide to teach their father to become a “real” father, and “husband” to Willow.
I’m happy my sleepless night is paid well: This is my first book by Teresa Medeiros and definitely not the last. When it comes to Historical Romance, I always picky, since some theme of that genre are bothering me.
Like infidelity, or rape. I don’t like them all. Just one historical author who I adore, and thats Lisa Kleypas. Even I found Bridgerton’s Julia Quinn is a little boring for me. But now I’m glad to find another Historical Romance book which I enjoyed.
Teresa Medeiros’s writing is flowing, easy to read, funny, with some heartbreaking moment. Some readers may find they don’t like hero who have a bastard or a widower and have so many children. We will think some of Bannor’s children are bastards. But when the story goes, we know that the children not his bastards.
Just another people’s child who Bannor took to his home. Because he doesn’t want them to have same fate with him, to be abandoned by his father and live poor.
I love Willow strength too, even she always live tormented at her home, she still face it. Another characters I like are Bannor’s children. They all naughty, but not like Willow’s step-sibling who have a mean bone.
They do that because they want Bannor to care for them, to watch them and love them like a real father. Why I don’t give this full 5 stars, maybe because I found the “love scene” is too flowery for me, lol. I think I’m too much read erotica, or PNR.
And I found my self snort and giggling when read the sex scene at this book. But not that bad, just a “little tame” to my preference, LMAO! My favorite quote of this book is by Fiona, Bannor’s house servant and caretaker.: Love isn’t a burst o’ trumpets and flock o’ doves descendin’ out o’ the heavens to roost on yer heads. Tis’ sharin’ a cup o’ tea by the hearth of cold winter’s night.
Tis’ the look in yer husband’s eyes when ye lay yer first child in his arms. Tis’ the ache in yer heart when ye watch the xharming in his eyes dim fer the last time and know a part o’ ye has pdince out o’ this world with him If you love Historical Romance which took place at Tudor era, make sure to include Teresa Medeiros’s book at your list: View all 10 comments.
Charming the Prince was blah! Something was lacking for me in the plot, overall relationship and dialogue. Willow was just okay. The kids at least saved this from being a DNF.
Yay for funny and spunky kids!