Ransom My Heart

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Pan, 2009 - Great Britain - 396 pages
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When beautiful, spirited Finnula Crais kidnaps the dashing knight Hugh Fitzstephen, she has no idea that she's ensnared the new Earl of Stephensgate on his way home from the Crusades. Nor does she realise that Hugh is quite happy to be kidnapped by an enchanting tomboy, and will do anything it takes to avoid being rescued. With Finnula determined to hold Hugh to ransom, and Hugh equally determined to steal Finnula's heart, it isn't long before the fireworks start! And just when it looks as if there might be a happy ending, disaster strikes. When an attempt is made on the new Earl's life, there is only one suspect - and even if he loves her dearly, Hugh can't let her get away with it . . .Ransom My Heart is a risqué historical romance written by Princess Mia Thermopolis of Genovia (with a little help from Meg Cabot), as featured in The Princess Diaries series.

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User Review  - mrsdanaalbasha - LibraryThing

When the feisty but beautiful maiden Finnula Crais kidnaps a knight on his way home, she has no idea that she has trapped new Earl of Stephensgate. But Hugo Fitzstephen is quite happy to be kidnapped ... Read full review

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Tie-in books are something that I have mixed feelings about, particularly ones that are supposed to be “in-universe” books. I’ve read a handful of titles like these, and most of the time, I find them ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Meg Cabot is a bestselling author of novels for both adults and children. Some of her adult novels include Royal Wedding and the Queen of Babble series. In addition to her adult novels, she is the author of the bestselling young adult series The Princess Diaries, and historical romances Victoria and the Rogue and Nicola and the Viscount. She lives in Florida, with her husband.

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