Callie, Princess Caroline of Zindaria, is now a calm and
mature widow, free to make the life she wants for herself
and her son, Nicky. And for her own peace of mind, it will
not involve a man. Callie never plans to marry again and to
make the vows of obedience and duty. Princesses do not
marry for love. Callie learned that the hard way.
On the run from people in Zindaria trying to kill her son,
the Crown Prince, Callie and Nicky have escaped to England.
Isn't it ironic that she has to travel across a continent
and sail across the English Channel to find the one man who
believes how much peril she and Nicky are really in.
Callie meets the dashing Gabriel Renfrow, a war hero and a
gentleman, as she sets foot on British soil. It is
difficult deciding who she can trust, knowing her son's
life depends on the judgments and choices she makes. Her
father and husband always treated her as a foolish child.
Callie vows never to return to that state again. Gabe, with
his quiet strength, quickly becomes her hero. Gabe
convinces her that the only way to keep her and Nicky safe
is to marry an Englishman. And with excellent family
connections, Gabe wants to be that Englishman. Callie
reluctantly agrees because she will do anything to keep her
son safe. Gabe now has to teach Callie to love him;
because, God help him, he loves her.
Anne Gracie always delivers a charming, feel-good
story with enchanting characters. THE STOLEN PRINCESS
captivates us with a gentle and kind hero, a delightful
little boy with a mother bursting with love and strength. I
love all of Ms. Gracie's stories and THE STOLEN PRINCESS is
no exception. It stole my heart, as it will yours.
The estranged youngest son of an earl, Gabriel Renfrew
earned glory and honor on the battlefield, but now, without
purpose, he finds himself deliberately courting danger. One
night he races his horse along a death-defying moonlit
cliff—and stumbles upon a beautiful woman obviously in need
A princess on the run, Callie has disguised herself and her
son, the Crown Prince, as commoners, hoping to protect him
from those intent on stealing the throne. She has no choice
but to trust the handsome ex-officer who’s come to her
rescue, even when he insists that only a marriage of
convenience will provide her the ultimate protection. Can
her new husband keep Callie and her son safe from
assassins? And what will he do to her heart?