No Ordinary Princess
By Pamela Morsi
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Published: March 10, 2012
Words: 107,174 (approximate)
Love and Oklahoma oil...
Brash and efficient, yet an incurable romantic, Princess "Cessy" Calhoun firmly believes in love at first sight. But at twenty-four she has never been smitten -- until a sophisticated gentleman named "Gerald" sweeps her off her feet. For her newfound romance Cessy will give up anything -- even her considerable fortune.
Pamela Morsi writes romance directly from the heart! Set in turn-of-the-century Texas, King Calhoun is a wildcatter with big dreams. His daughter, Princess, is just ordinary; not pretty, not smart, she's just a good-hearted woman with a whole lot of spunk. Quite a romantic, Princess falls in love at first sight with Tom Walker, a handsome roughrider. Tom dreams of wealth. If he can't earn it, he's not averse to marrying for it. He poses as a wealthy easterner to woo Princess, but finds--to his dismay--that he has fallen for her. When King and Princess learn of his betrayal, Tom is forced to choose what is of real value.
, romance historical
, rough rider
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