No Ordinary Princess

No Ordinary Princess Love and Oklahoma oilBrash 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 g

  • Title: No Ordinary Princess
  • Author: Pamela Morsi
  • ISBN: 9780380786435
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Love and Oklahoma oilBrash 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.A handsome and rootless Rough RLove and Oklahoma oilBrash 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.A handsome and rootless Rough Rider with a past and a crazy dream of black gold, Tom Walker needed money and Cessy was swimming in it So he created arefined alter ego to woo the rich man s daughter.But Cessy s enthusiastic spirit is infectious And from the ruins of his get nich quick scheme, Tom sees her in an appealing new light But though he nowyearns for this remarkable stranger, Cessy s heart will never truly be his not as long as the lady Gerald married loves a lie.

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    1. Great setting, so-so charactersAs always, Pamela Morsi portrays slice-of-life Americana to perfection. This time the setting is the boom-or-bust oil fields of Oklahoma at the turn of the 20th century. Morsi infuses the time with charm and excitement, and wonderfully captures the entrepreneurial spirit of those early oil magnates. Unfortunately, Princess Calhoun and Tom Walker were far from my favorite characters. Even Morsi's usually terrific secondary characters felt a little flat. In my humble [...]

    2. Loved itThis was a great story. I have it a four star due to the epilogue and ending. After such a wonderful love story with trials and tribulations the end was lousy.Can't explain it, I just didn't like it.

    3. I found this book as a recommendation on one of ' lists about clean romances with plus size heroines. This book fails on both fronts. The woman is a plain Jane, but she didn't strike me as particularly plus size (not thin, but not plus size). And the book is not a clean romance. Within the first chapter or so there's a graphic foreplay scene and then a couple chapters later there's a make-out scene that was obviously headed that direction. I skimmed ahead and it certainly doesn't fall into my de [...]

    4. Príbeh mal svoje čaro aj keď mi dlho nešlo do hlavy, ako je možné, že to Tomovi všetko prechádza tak hladko? A vôbec, ako môže byť hlavný hrdina taký naivný, že sám seba presvedčí o tom, že vytvorením novej identity (Geralda Cranea) sa zabudne na jeho druhú osobnosť (Toma Walkera)? Aby som to uviedla na pravú mieru - Tom Walker túži po peniazoch a jediný spôsob akým ich vie získať je oženiť sa s Princess, dcérou Kinga Calhouna, majiteľa naftovej rafinérie Roy [...]

    5. A re-read I picked up at the UBS for a buck several months back. Not one of my favorite Morsis, but good. I truly miss this turn of the century brand of historical. This one was more hero-centric than heroine, and I kind of appreciated it.

    6. I read it again after two years and I find that I like it more now than I did the first time around. Not my favorite work of the author still good enough to be picked up and read once again.None of the main characters are especially likable but they are good together.

    7. Too longI really like Ma Morsi's books and I love this one as well. It just was more than a little too long. Great read though. The one star I took off is because of length only.

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