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The Prince Next Door

by Sue Civil-Brown

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0373770766, Mass Market Paperback)

When Serena Gregory's clothing-optional Caribbean cruise fell through at the last minute, the thrill-seeking dermatologist decided that helping Darius Maxwell, her mysterious new neighbor -- who might or might not be a crown prince -- commit a felony would be a worthwhile alternative. Yes, it would involve clothes -- but the risk of skin cancer would be drastically reduced. Not to mention she'd be helping to secure the future of an entire European country . . . that she'd never even heard of.

That's how Serena wound up over her head in trouble when she should have been next to naked in paradise -- and risking her career and cold, hard jail time for a man she'd only just met!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:14:36 -0400)

When Serena Gregory's clothing-optional Caribbean cruise fell through at the last minute, the thrill-seeking dermatologist decided that helping Darius Maxwell, her mysterious new neighbor?who might or might not be a crown prince?commit a felony would be a worthwhile alternative. Yes, it would involve clothes?for the most part?but the risk of skin cancer would be drastically reduced. Not to mention she'd be helping to secure the future of an entire European country?that she'd never even heard of. That's how Serena wound up over her head in trouble when she should have been next to naked in paradise?and risking her career and cold, hard jail time for a man she'd only just met!… (more)

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