Waking the Princess

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Signet, 2003 - Fiction - 339 pages
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While concealing her true identity as the subject of a painting that forever scandalized the Victorian art world, antiquarian Christina Blackburn is sent to Scotland where she once again encounters the disastrous painting, as well as its dashing owner--Sir Aedan Arthur MacBride. Original.

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So I am a Pictish addict and this book came up on a search for "pictish." That is my only defense. It is an amusing bodice-ripper set in (IIRC) Victorian Scotland where (of course) a prim and proper ... Read full review

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Half in love with the ethereally lovely "sleeping princess" in the painting that hangs on the wall of his study, Aedan MacBride, Laird of Dundrennan by birth and civil engineer by profession, is ... Read full review


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King is a Ph.D. candidate in medieval art history at the University of Maryland.

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