Dancing with the Dangerous Prince by Elizabeth Lennox

Dancing with the Dangerous Prince

By Elizabeth Lennox

  • Release Date: 2015-05-01
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4
From 133 Ratings
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Ciara shivered when she felt his eyes upon her.  She trembled when she looked upon him as well.  When they found themselves in the woods, alone and tempted, she fought the feeling…but it was pointless.  The allure of the man was just too strong.  So she was going to ride the wave of passion this captivating man offered, and ignore the consequences until she had to go back to her own world.
Zoran couldn’t believe the beauty that he found in the woods.  Normally, his one-week respite from his official responsibilities as Prince of Larcatia was a time of isolation and contemplation.  Now his only contemplation was how to get to know the lovely wood nymph better.  And isolation was the furthest thing from his mind.
So when their time together was over, it was shocking to find out that they were actually both royalty in neighboring countries!  And even more unbelievable, that they were both obligated to marry someone else!  To hell with royal obligations!  Zoran would make Ciara his wife.


  • Good try

    By Cris Ipod
    I enjoyed the description of this book, but the story didn't deliver. Everything coincidentally and magically fits together like a puzzle piece, and there was no conflict at all. The names of the characters sound falsely ethnic. It just... Really needs a rewrite. PS-- Seriously, why was she not freaked out by a strange man watching her and the children? He texts her frequently, and two scenes later she is shocked that he has her number.
  • Eh

    By Panda13579
    You had a good plot but you're language is too young. It doesn't go with the content of the story. You also overused exclamation points to the point that I wanted to go back and mark every single one. They should be used sparsely and only when emphasizing something IMPORTANT, not every other sentence.