How to Propose to a Prince is the third in a series about triplet sisters from Cornwall who are reputed to be the illegitimate daughters of the Prince of Wales and. After all, if you can’t be acknowledged as the daughter of a prince, the least you can do is marry Elizabeth, youngest of the notorious. Review: How to Propose to a Prince by Kathryn Caskie. by Finn | Jun 29, This is the third book in the Royle sisters trilogy by Kathryn Caskie.

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How to Propose to a Prince. When Elizabeth, youngest of the notorious Royle sisters, comes face-to-face with her future husband, a man she’s seen only in her dreams, she nearly swoons—especially when she discovers he is a prince. I think they should have been given the opportunity to know kaghryn.

The most descriptive passages within an otherwise simple writing style concern Elizabeth’s clothing, of which she seemed inordinately ro. I didn’t realize it was the last book in a series when I got it through bookswap, but prknce made me want to read the rest of the series anyway. With a background in marketing, advertising, and journalism, she has written professionally for television, radio, the internet, magazines, and newspapers in and around metropolitan Washington, DC.

But her ecstasy is short-lived as she quickly learns that the man she longs for is soon faskie be betrothed to someone else—a princess no less. What follows is a hilarious tale of clandestine meetings between Leopold and Princess Charlotte and Elizabeth and Sumner. If the tiara fits, wear it!


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Some nice steamy scenes to keep you attention! This is a passable read but nothing special. Other books in the series. A lesser woman would give up, but Elizabeth is a Royle, after all.

There are plenty of romance writers whose stories I have enjoyed more. Aug 23, Nancy rated it it was amazing Shelves: This plot running through the three books wasn’t one that I enjoyed, so it affected my opinion of each of the books.

The man in her dream, Sumner Lands I had a difficult time deciding whether to give the third book in this series a 3 or a 4. Still a nice way to kill time and an interesting series. Un libro muy flojillo.

The book was a bit more “soft porn” then I”m used to in a romance novel but I still really enjoyed it. When she dreams that she will marry a handsome prince before Michaelmas, she believes it, although her sister Mary thinks she must be wrong. The names of all three suitors for the triplets – Rogan, Laird and Sumner – all feel inappropriate to this historical period, and Elizabeth’s behavior is also rather scandalous – for example, calling to visit a gentleman on her own. To ask other readers questions about How to Propose to a Princeplease sign up.

When Elizabeth, youngest of the notorious Royle sisters, comes face-to-face with her future husband, a man she’s seen Sumner was posing as Prince Leopold, so I was confused who was who sometimes — was it the real Sumner or the real Leopold?


Elizabeth was a sympathetic heroine, but I became tired of her going back and forth on whether Sumner would come back for her. I also didn’t like the very end. I liked this book, but not as much as book 2.

Review: How to Propose to a Prince by Kathryn Caskie

And that is exactly what Elizabeth Royle intends to do. The historical research prppose regard to the true historical figures such as Princess Caroline and Prince Leopold seems reasonable, but the behavior of the hero and heroine in this book doesn’t feel authentic, and the case-of-mistaken-identity plot device carries on longer than it should.

W is the third book in the Royle sisters trilogy by Kathryn Caskie. Secret identity stories are always engaging. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Open Preview See a Problem?

Very cleaver and unexpected twist to end this series. That didn’t seem right, the Princess was too selfish to be ok with that in my opinion.

Also, all of a sudden they were in love, and I wasn’t really sure how it happened. Their mother was still living and keeping tabs on them. Thumbs down if you’re looking for action.