Books by Nicole Burnham

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The Bowen Bride

Katie Schmidt always dreamed of leaving the small town of Bowen, Nebraska, to live in the big city. Her family was well-known in town, having been one of the founding families and prominent citizens ever since. Her grandmother owned the town's bridal shop, The Bowen Bride, where she made gowns f ...

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Falling for Prince Federico

Nicole Burnham's series featuring the diTalora family of San Rimini is probably one of the best of its kind. There are certainly many imaginary principalities out there on the bookshelves, but somehow San Rimini and its ruling family manage to feel more real than most of them. By the end of this boo ...

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One Bachelor to Go

I don't know - I think it must be me, but most of the time, I simply don't connect with the Silhouette Romance line. I had read Nichol Burnham's SR series, Going To the Castle, The Prince's Tutor and The Knight's Kiss and enjoyed them, so I had high hopes for One Bachelor To Go. Alas, this book didn ...

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The Knight's Kiss

Let me say right from the start that it's hard for me to work up a whole lot of sympathy for a pampered princess forced to endure endless Armani and Versace fittings and who suffers - oh, does she suffer - from the endless adoration of her subjects, the constant ministrations of her attendants, and ...

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The Prince's Tutor

Royal romances seem to be the latest overused staple on the series romance landscape these days. Most of them seem to approach the royal aspect the way some historical authors do: as wallpaper. Make up a foreign-sounding name, plop it down somewhere in Eastern Europe, throw a fancy title on one of t ...

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Going to the Castle

Antony diTalora, the crown prince of San Rimini, has a problem. At 34 he is getting a lot of pressure from his father and his nation to marry and produce a male heir. He's been coerced into meeting and dating a lot of women in search of the perfect bride, hence the media has dubbed him the playboy p ...