The Last Princess

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Berkley Books, 1989 - 408 pages
7 Reviews
Lily had almost everything she desired, and yet on the night of her wedding, she threw it all away--for the love of another man. From the high society of New York's Upper East Side, to the corrupting glamour of Hollywood, Lily and Harry's love faced the ultimate tests of hardship, struggle, and sudden wealth.

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User Review  - Jessiaca Evans - Goodreads

There was nothing remarkable about this book. Although Harry was a successful liar, the ending left a lot to be desired. It was just to read, nothing special Read full review

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User Review  - Andrea Stoeckel - Goodreads

A satisfying historical romance of the Depression, through the founding of Modern Israel and the glorious time for people with money that often can't buy you love. The stars aren't posting, but I give it 4* Read full review

Contents

Section 1
18
Section 2
22
Section 3
54
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