"A fun romance-great beach book"
In 1817 Princess Tatiana Rocheneau will do anything for the
good of her people so she sets forth from Sedonia in
disguise to meet Cairn MacTavish, pirate captain of Teleere
in order to obtain his services to protect her beloved
island kingdom. To insure her safety, a look alike is left
behind sitting on the throne.
However, nothing goes right from the start, as she hates
traveling by sea. Looking forward to land, the moment she
sets foot on Teleere, Tatiana is arrested and is accused of
being super thief Magical Megs. In spite of her insistence
that she is not Meg, but a neighboring princess, Cairn
rejects her plea of innocence. Desperate, Tatiana escapes
though her heart remains captive. Cairn follows knowing
that this woman stole his heart too.
Though there has been a recent influx of Regency tales
involving island kingdoms, readers will enjoy this
delightful novel. The lead couple is charming, but it is
the master thief Meg who steals the show, as readers will
want to know more about this magical robber. Early
nineteenth century romance fans will want to read the
pleasing THE PRINCESS AND THE PIRATE, as the story is
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 20, 2003