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Author:
Pamela Morsi
ISBN13:
978-1568955193
ISBN:
1568955197
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Publisher:
Wheeler Pub Inc (January 1, 1998)
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Subcategory:
Short Stories & Anthologies
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1171 kb
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1644 kb
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Rating:
4.4
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567

It was love at first sight for Princess Calhoun

Pamela Morsi Brash and efficient, yet an incurable romantic, Princess "Cessy" Calhoun firmly believes in love at first sight. But at 24 she has never been smitten-until a sophisticated gentleman named "Gerald" sweeps her off her feet. For her newfound romance Cessy will give up anything -even her considerable fortune. It was love at first sight for Princess Calhoun. Love, true love, pure love, totally consuming love, love that caught her heart in her throat and had her trembling, trembling from head to toe. He looked up and saw her. She felt the heat suffuse her cheeks. Then he looked at her, really looked at her as no man had ever looked at her.

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Pamela Morsi writes romance directly from the heart! Set in turn-of-the-century Texas, King Calhoun is a wildcatter . Anything Pamela Morsi writes is good and "No Ordinary Princess" was no exception. She writes with a wit that is so unusual in Westerns.

Pamela Morsi writes romance directly from the heart! Set in turn-of-the-century Texas, King Calhoun is a wildcatter with big dreams. His daughter, Princess, is just ordinary; not pretty, not smart, she's just a good-hearted woman with a whole lot of spunk. Quite a romantic, Princess falls in love at first sight with Tom Walker, a handsome roughrider. Tom dreams of wealth.

No ordinary princess.

He related some of the problems in his own work. Eventually they got around to a book discussion themselves. Calla recommended a story she’d just read. Landry mentioned a movie that had just come out on a similar subject. The morning comes early. It was a line she often said to him. But she made no move to go upstairs. Son, what’s going on with you? she asked him. Nothing.

Pamela Morsi writes romance directly from the heart! Set in turn-of-the-century Texas, King Calhoun is a wildcatter with big dreams Brash and efficient, yet an incurable romantic, Princess "Cessy" Calhoun firmly believes in love at first sight. But at twenty-four she has never been smitten - until a sophisticated gentleman named "Gerald" sweeps her off her feet. For her newfound romance Cessy will give up anything - even her considerable fortune. No Ordinary Princess. Download (rar, 220 Kb). By (author) Pamela Mors, By (author) Pamela Morsi. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Time to be her own boss. And, as usual, Emma is right. But it is not until they drive to Warbler Lake, Missouri, to take over Bitsy's B&B that they realize just how right she's been.

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Spirited heiress Princess "Cessy" Calhoun falls head over heels in love with a sophisticated gentleman named Gerald, not realizing that her beloved is actually the ambitious Tom Walker, who plans to woo Cessy to pursue his dreams of finding oil
  • I read the "free" portion of this book and passed it over many times. It was only after it was offered for .99 that I decided to buy it. Like all of Ms. Morsi's books, it is extremely well written. She has the ability to transport her readers to another time and place. I felt as if I were really at the site of the oil wells and mingling with the people who worked and lived in the area. The secondary characters in this book were a marvel. I loved Ma and Cedarleg and I just wanted to hug the Reverend at the Indian school. The most interesting characters in the book, to me, were Muna and Maloof. Their 'courtship' that wasn't a courtship was just too funny. The scene with the ladies' bloomers had me in stitches. I wanted more of them. I hate to say this, but I just never really found myself caring for the H/h of the book. Princess Calhoun reminded me too much of a woman that I know who is a very nice person but so bossy that I can only be around her a few minutes at a time. And, for someone who is so used to running her own life (and that of others), Princess often acted more like a 13 year old. Tom/Gerald, the fortune-hunter turned sincere bridegroom, was also just TSTL as far as I am concerned. His whole scheme was just unrealistic and silly. For this I am giving 4 stars unlike my usual 5 stars for a book from Ms. Morsi.

  • This is second time I have read this book. My kindle collection is growing. Like having the close to hand. Pam's books are as enjoyable readung a 2nd, 3rd, or yet another times. Once again this one touched my heart. Precious love stories when a man sees the beauty in a woman that doesn't always show on the outside. I had forgotten the ending and I loved it even more this time. In time I will have them all. Right now I have 8 books in my kindle. I will work to get more.
    What can I say about this storey Princess was the only daughter of a an Oil King. She was a very proper young lady and a very determined young lady. Along comes Tom (or whatever name he is calling himself at the moment). He sweeps his Cessa off her feet and without intending to he falls head over heels in love. Cessa knew the instant she set eyes on this man that this was THE ONE!! Oh please read it and find out how it all works out.

  • This was a great story. I have it a four star due to the epilogue and ending. After such a wonderful love story with trials and tribulations the end was lousy.
    Can't explain it, I just didn't like it.

  • I like many of Pamela Morsi's novels. This is one I find amusing with a plucky, strong heroine and challenging hero. There are a number of intriguing situations that develop, limited angst. I fun read.

  • This was an excellent story about vulnerability, lies and deception, but with truth and love winning out. I really enjoyed the surprise epilogue.

  • She has a talent for getting from A to Z with a wealth of background facts, humor and a fascinating plot. You know from the beginning how her books will end up (happily) but getting to that point is so much fun. This one is especially "twisty". Keep them coming, your fans will miss you if you don't.

  • This story provided a great escape to me as my kindle read it to me while driving. The miles went by quickly because of this charming story. I especially appreciate that the Princess was a real woman who I'd like to know. Loved it!

  • Pamela Morsi authors an entertaining read with articulate language, good grammar, an engaging plot and endearing characters. Probably the best endorsement of her work is that I always look forward to and purchase her latest book for my Kindle reader.