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A Home For Nobody's Princess by Leanne Banks

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Also by Leanne Banks:

Suddenly a Family, September 2021
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Love, Christmas, October 2018
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Maverick for Hire, September 2014
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Island Promises, January 2014
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Happy New Year, Baby Fortune, December 2013
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A Maverick For The Holiday, October 2012
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A Home For Nobody's Princess, September 2012
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The Princess and the Outlaw, July 2012
Paperback / e-Book
A Maverick For Christmas, October 2011
Paperback / e-Book
The Doctor Takes A Princess, July 2011
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The Prince's Texas Bride, May 2011
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Royal Holiday Baby, October 2010
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The Playboy's Proposition, February 2010
Paperback
From Playboy To Papa!, January 2010
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Billionaire Extraordinaire, May 2009
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Trouble in High Heels, March 2009
Paperback
Blackmailed Into A Fake Engagement, January 2009
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Billionaire's Marriage Bargain, August 2008
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Bedded By The Billionaire, April 2008
Paperback
Hot Stuff, April 2007
Paperback
Footloose, September 2006
Paperback
Underfoot, June 2006
Paperback
Billionaire's Proposition, January 2006
Paperback
Red Hot Santa, October 2005
Paperback
Feet First, September 2005
Paperback
Shocking the Senator, December 2004
Paperback
Home for the Holidays, November 2004
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Between Duty and Desire, August 2004
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When She's Bad, November 2003
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Princess in His Bed, June 2003
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Some Girls Do, May 2003
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A Home For Nobody's Princess
Leanne Banks

Harlequin
September 2012
On Sale: September 18, 2012
Featuring: Coco Jordan
224 pages
ISBN: 037365698X
EAN: 9780373656981
Kindle: B008EN6RC0
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"How does it feel to be a princess?"

Coco Jordan wished she knew the answer. Discovering she was the illegitimate daughter of the prince of Chantaine took some getting used to—especially when she was working as a nanny on a Texas ranch! As much as she tried to focus on caring for baby Emma, her newfound fame kept getting in the way. Until help arrived from an unexpected—and handsome—source…

Widowed rancher Benjamin Garner would do anything for his daughter—even fake an engagement to Coco to keep the paparazzi at bay. Princess or not, Coco's the best woman for his child's needs—and though he doesn't dare think about it too much, probably his own. Soon their "royal romance" is making headlines—but can their all-too-real love survive the pressure?

Comments

74 comments posted.

Re: A Home For Nobody's Princess

I was born in New York but I have lived in California for almost 45 years. I thought that going back would be strange but I felt so at home. The roads, the houses and the rude people. They only seem rude to outsiders. It is just the way we talk but we mean no harm.
(Kathleen Yohanna 2:16am September 25, 2012)

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Wu Anna 5:01am September 25, 2012)

We moved around a lot when I was growing up, so it's not a place for me, but the people. Family makes me feel like I'm home.
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Mary Preston 5:54am September 25, 2012)

I think that it is family that makes it feel like home to me. Your book sounds wonderful, thanks for the giveaway!!!!
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Christine Mead 6:30am September 25, 2012)

Home is certainly the people there!
Blessings,
Marjorie
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Marjorie Carmony 6:34am September 25, 2012)

Any time I have moved house, I have brought my cats and the cats think that where I am is home. They sleep tight against me on the bed the first several nights, they sit with me any time I sit down, they follow me around the house. Even now, all my cats have been born in this house, and they like to be with me as much as possible.
So to extrapolate we can say that the people not the place make the home. My husband and I make this house a home for each other, we have many shared interests and both love books. And we care for each other.
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Clare O'Beara 6:36am September 25, 2012)

I'm still looking for it... I haven't truly found the place yet that feels like
"home". Thanks for the giveaway.
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Debbie Burdeen 7:34am September 25, 2012)

Definitely more about people-- people who act as if you make sense and belong there. We humans make that a terribly rare thing, in the United States. :/
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Mary Ann Dimand 7:36am September 25, 2012)

I grew up in a small town. The town I am living at, the people are rude, and I really don't like it. Feeling like home to me, means that people accept you and you feel welcomed there.
[email protected]
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Debbie Penny 7:40am September 25, 2012)

Home is where ever you're welcomed and the memories are good.
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Karen Barnett 9:10am September 25, 2012)

We go to a music festival each summer and that's where I feel at home.

[email protected]
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Kate Burton 9:44am September 25, 2012)

I don't really have a person, per se, but I always feel at home in my hometown (where I'm currently residing). Thanks for the chance to win!
ehaney578 at aol dot com
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Elizabeth Haney 10:10am September 25, 2012)

Home to me has always been where my precious dogs and cats are---curling up with them and cuddling has always made me feel loved.
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Sue Farrell 10:25am September 25, 2012)

My father always makes me feel at home. I don't know how he
does it, but he does. It dosent' matter where we are, if I am
with him, I am home.
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Ashley C 10:28am September 25, 2012)

I totally agree that it's people rather than place that make you feel at home! My mom will always make me feel like home. No matter where we are. I have been in two cities that totally felt like home - but it was because the people were SO welcoming. I was in a little town in Indiana and everyone that drove by waved. If they walked passed you, they spoke - Hi, how are you! The other city was Nashville, TN. I was like, yep, I'm supposed to be here!
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Kelli Jo Calvert 10:35am September 25, 2012)

I've moved a ridiculous amount throughout my life, so to me, Home is never a place, it's about enjoying the people you're with.
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Kathleen Conner 10:48am September 25, 2012)

Home to me is being in my husband's arms. I knew he was "the one" when I was
first there and sighed "home". What a great feeling that is!
(
Sandra Spilecki 10:52am September 25, 2012)

I think it's people who make you feel at home. It's the warmth that comes from some people.
(
Rita Wray 11:31am September 25, 2012)

I feel "home" when I am at a particular crystal mine in
Arkansas. While there I have crystal-themed dreams at night
and wake up exhilarated. It's the best fun I've ever had rock-
hounding!
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Susan Jeffers 11:31am September 25, 2012)

I have lived in my house for 20 years and this is where I feel at home, with my husband and two children.
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Susan Smith 11:55am September 25, 2012)

My home with husband hasn't changed in over 40 years. We
raised 5 children here and are helping 6 grandchildren to grow
up here, too.
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Mary Hay 12:01pm September 25, 2012)

Home is where my family is. Whenever we all get together.
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Pam Howell 12:04pm September 25, 2012)

Thank you for this opportunity. looks like a heartwarming read.
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Holly Vanderhule 12:52pm September 25, 2012)

thanks amazon is my favorite site.
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David Berzett 12:54pm September 25, 2012)

Being with any of my immediate family makes me feel at home, no matter where we are.
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Anne Muller 12:56pm September 25, 2012)

Home is where you feel comfortable and wanted.
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Cathy Phillips 12:58pm September 25, 2012)

Home is with my family which includes my 94 yr old dadd, my daughter & her
husband, and my beautiful 1st granddaughter Lucy. I love the title of your book.
Thanks in advance!
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Pam Flynn 12:59pm September 25, 2012)

No matter where we lived, home has always been any place with my family.
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Anna Speed 12:59pm September 25, 2012)

Home is wherever you are with your family. Home is never a physical place.
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Jonathan Baker 1:16pm September 25, 2012)

I agree that it is about the people there that makes a place feel like home. For me it is my family that makes a place feel like home.
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Chelsea Knestrick 1:57pm September 25, 2012)

I agree that overall, "Home is where the heart is", whether it's a place or with people. For myself, however, I would also add that home is where my viola, which I consider "My Better Half", is.

Later,

Lynn
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Lynn Rettig 2:16pm September 25, 2012)

I always thought that my parents house where I grew up would feel like
home, but slowly it has become the house my husband and our children
live. 4 kids and 4 dogs maybe I should call it a zoo not a house, but it is
definitely home. : )
(
Ann Sheiring 2:23pm September 25, 2012)

I obviously feel at home in my own home. The only other place I feel close to that is visiting at my sister's house, no matter where she lives. She's 15 years my elder, so more like a mother-figure, I guess.
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Elaine Seymour 2:28pm September 25, 2012)

Home is where you can relax and be yourself. It could be a place or a group of people or simply a state of mind.
(
Irene Menge 2:32pm September 25, 2012)

I used to torment my sister tellig her that she was adoptedand that we found her. I was just talking and laughing with her, and told her how times have changed because now I pay therapists to help convince me I was. Sounds like the perfect storyline.
(
Carla Carlson 2:56pm September 25, 2012)

HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS. WHERE PEOPLE LOVE YOU THAT MAKE IT
FEEL LIKE HOME.
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Shelly Caggiano 3:13pm September 25, 2012)

Home is where family gets together and shares .
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Jean Benedict 3:41pm September 25, 2012)

We were in the military for over 10 years, moved around a lot, but as long as we were together, we made home. At my age, I've lived away from home, longer than I lived there. In my original home was recently torn down. It's diffenetly not the place, but the family together.
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Nancy Luebke 3:54pm September 25, 2012)

Family IS home. Just being with them brings me contentment.
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Cheryl Castings 3:57pm September 25, 2012)

A warm, loving place; a welcoming space
Full of laughter and joy; for all therein to employ
The absent are missed; it's where the heart is
Home can soothe the soul, restore and make you whole.
(
Angelina Daniels-Shaw 4:10pm September 25, 2012)

Sounds like an interesting book!
(
Pamela Dolen 4:19pm September 25, 2012)

Home is where my friends and family are. I get all warm and fuzzy just thinking about it.
(
Jaime-Lynn Gallegos 4:25pm September 25, 2012)

I feel at home when I am with my family, wherever that might be.
(
Maureen Emmons 4:47pm September 25, 2012)

What a very interesting book title. Being near my family is home to me... the comfort of knowing the ones I love are near.
(
Colleen Conklin 5:27pm September 25, 2012)

I am more at home when I am with my family and it doesn't
matter who's house we are at as long as family is there.
(
Gail Hurt 5:41pm September 25, 2012)

Home is where your family is.
(
Mary Minor 5:48pm September 25, 2012)

Home is where my family is.
(
Cheryl McEwen 6:20pm September 25, 2012)

Sounds like a good book. I like to be cozy at home.
(
Michelle Fidler 6:25pm September 25, 2012)

I always feel most at home when I visit my parents in the house I grew up in.
(
Mary Lynn Hayes 6:49pm September 25, 2012)

I have my own family now, but what really makes me feel like I'm home is visiting my Mom in her little old house in Louisiana. Thanks for visiting today, Leanne.
(
G S Moch 7:18pm September 25, 2012)

Home is where the heart is...where you feel comfortable and happy to be with your family. Your book sounds wonderful!
(
Linda Luinstra 7:18pm September 25, 2012)

Home is where the heart is and family is love.
(
Deb Pelletier 7:43pm September 25, 2012)

Home is whatever place the family can get together.
(
Wilma Frana 8:25pm September 25, 2012)

Home is where you find continment, so the place can change with your mood.
(
Sheila True 8:27pm September 25, 2012)

I feel most at home with my husband and our little dog Albert. I just love them both!
(
Teresa Kerr 8:53pm September 25, 2012)

I have been to some homes where I feel I was safe whereas my home wasn't safe when I was a kid. Those homes I have been in, have loving families. People who respects each other. It was something I always wanted but I was looking in from the outside.
(
Kai Wong 9:01pm September 25, 2012)

When I'm with my husband...I'm home!! There is nothing like it! Look forward to reading your book
(
Bonnie Capuano 9:25pm September 25, 2012)

Home is where the heart is!
(
Annette Clark 9:28pm September 25, 2012)

Hi, Leanne!! I was so excited to see that you were posting here tonight!! To answer your question, I have to honestly say that my life has been in a whirlwind for the past decade. My Mother passed away, my Husband lost his job, then we lost our house, and had to live in our pop-up camper, moving around to different campgrounds. We finally found an apartment to live in, which is actually an old farmhouse which was divided up into different apartments, if that makes sense. I have to say that I actually prefer it to living in an actual apartment building, and love living in the country. We live on some acreage, which makes it nice, and now I've finally gotten to the point where I can finally feel like I'm home. Being with my Husband, and our 2 new kittens is all I need, along with the people in our immediate circle, to make it complete. We've had to make a new life for ourselves, and although we're not completely there yet, and the road has been hard, since my Father turned his back on me (long story), I can hold my head up high. I wake up early every morning, and watch the sun rise from my kitchen window, thanking God for a roof over my head. It comes up over the farmer's field across the street from us. In the evening, I can watch the sun set on the property from my living room window. My apartment might not be huge, but I have a roof over my head, and to me it's quiet and it's Heaven. Sorry I went on a little long. I would love to read your book, as I love to read all of your books.
(
Peggy Roberson 9:39pm September 25, 2012)

Love Leanne's books can't wait to read her new one
(
Alisha Woods 9:41pm September 25, 2012)

Our family's cabin in the woods always makes me feel like I'm home. The minute I pull onto the dirt road, I swear my blood pressure drops by about 20%
(
Jessica Brainerd 10:10pm September 25, 2012)

Home is where the heart is & that's family - the people you
are close to. But wouldn't it be fun to find out that there
is some secret family history!
(
Diane Sallans 10:47pm September 25, 2012)

Home is where your family is. Hope I win. Thanks
(
Linda Hall 11:51pm September 25, 2012)

I feel like home with my husband and daughters. I know they
love me no matter what I look or feel like and always will and
that means everything to me after not growing up with the best
family situation.

Thanks so much!
(
Maria Smith 10:39am September 26, 2012)

Home has always been Family....Home was my parents and their house..I felt loved and safe there. My parents are gone now, so the house where I raised my youngest daughter is Home...The memories and love that has filled this house has made it Home for me and mine...I look back on my childhood and hope that I am that rock of love and safety for my kids and grandkids...The greatest gift my parents gave me was the feeling of home. I hope that I can pass those feelings to my kids and grandkids.

Congratulations on the new release. Fingers crossed that I am fortunate enought to win.
(
Kimberley Coover 11:54am September 26, 2012)

Home is definitely being with the people you love.
(
Sandy Giden 11:56am September 26, 2012)

Sounds good! I'd love to read it.
(
Robin Greene 1:34pm September 26, 2012)

My family is my home.
(
Roxana Perez 3:14pm September 26, 2012)

I really flelt like it was home at my dad's ex-girlfriend Tina's house, her home felt like I was sitting talking with my mom and it flet so warm and she made you feel welcome...I miss both ladies so much and I know they are together..before my mom died I went back home to take care of her,(I lied in fla.) anyways, they became friends too...and then 2yrs. ago Tina died of breast cancer and she was my 2nd mom and miss them both...like to read your book...
(
Carole Fiore 4:07pm September 26, 2012)

I have always lived in the same county in New Jersey. Also both my grandparents and my great and great-great grandparents on my fathers side have also lived here. I do feel at home here, but its not only the place but my family and friends that make it so.
(
Carol Woodruff 4:51pm September 26, 2012)

Home is wherever you're the most comfortable and can be yourself. I agree that people make the difference and if someone really makes the effort, you can see it in their eyes and manners.
(
Alyson Widen 5:34pm September 26, 2012)

I was born in NY and still live there. So of course it is always home to me.
(
Pat Lieberman 9:46pm September 26, 2012)

So good to read so many people echoing that it is the people, the family, the safety that make up a home!
(
Clare O'Beara 5:17am September 27, 2012)

looks like a really cute book :)
(
Candice Duffey 9:00pm October 2, 2012)

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