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The Prince's Tutor by Nicole Burnham
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The Prince's Tutor

by Nicole Burnham

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0373196407, Mass Market Paperback)

The greater the risk, the sweeter the reward...

A sworn bachelor, Prince Stefano diTalora has been living the high life--his days filled with ski trips and speedboat races, his nights spent in posh casinos with the crème-de-la-crème of San Rimini society. The last thing he needs is his father's badgering that he clean up his act. Or the mesmerizing woman his father hires to do the job.

Amanda Hutton is in a bind, behind on her rent and between clients. When King Eduardo diTalora offers her a job in his royal household, it sounds like a dream come true--until she meets her new student. Her lessons in etiquette and diplomacy are designed for children of dignitaries, not for a grown man. And certainly not a man determined to thwart her at every turn. But can she risk turning away from the job--or the man who needs her help?

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