Cheyenne and Her Prince Charming

Linda L. Lattimer
Contemporary romance
Available from Tree Press
May 2006

Cheyenne, an attorney specializing in family law, is very busy with her small law firm. She specializes in divorce cases where one party has been victimized in one way or another by the other. One day an incredibly handsome man comes into her office for help. He has been tricked into what may be a fake marriage by a woman that he met in Vegas. That woman now wants everything he owns, including the ranch that he has poured everything into. Of course Cheyenne agrees to take the case. Although, there is an awkward moment when she falls into his arms and calls him her Prince Charming, she has fallen in love at first sight. Then the worst happens, her spoiled, beautiful, and much married sister Virginia storms into her office asking for help in her latest divorce, from Trey Mitchell, the Prince Charming sitting in her office.

I was totally engrossed in this novel right from the beginning. Trey and Cheyenne are wonderfully appealing characters and the story of their romance is really gripping. The descriptions of the ranch make the reader feel like she is right there. The other characters are very well drawn and vivid, particularly Celeste, the assistant and Cheyenne's sister Virginia. The author really makes the reader dislike the manipulative Virginia for most of the story… I love a good villain. I really found this one hard to put down once I started, so I didn't and lost a lot of sleep as a result, and it was worth every minute!

Overall rating:
Sensuality rating: Mildly sensual

Reviewer: Maura Frankman
September 30, 2006

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