If you like "Once a Princess" by Johanna Lindsey...

Thank you for contacting the Central Rappahannock Regional Library for a
book match request. You stated that you liked Once a Princess by
Johanna Lindsey.

Here are some other romances that you might enjoy:

Knight in Shining Armor by Jude Deverauz.
Depressed and upset, American Dougless Montgomery finds herself weeping
on the grave of a knight in an old English church and thinks she could
certainly use a knight in shining armor. Much to her amazement, that's
what she gets! A 16th century knight appears - handsome and charming
but one who knows nothing about 20th century women.

Zel by Donna Jo Napoli
The story of Rapunzel, set in 15th century Switzerland and told from
multiple points of view.

Becoming Geogria by Emily Carmichael
Brought up in the wild west, untamed and feisty, Georgia is dismayed to
find herself trying to navigate Chicago society after her father dies.
When Cougar Barnes comes after her (well, after the deed to the mine he
bought from her father) he is shocked to find that the tomboy has turned
into a desirable woman. Will Georgia stay in society or return to the
wild west with Cougar?

Beauty by Susan Wilson
An interesting and complex re-telling of the Beauty and the Beast,
featuring an artist and the man she is hired to paint - an author with a
disfiguring genetic disease.

A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray
A group of girls in a Victorian boarding school explore the mysterious
fire that closed part of the school a generation ago. Elements of the
supernatural combine in this suspenseful tale.

Least Likely Bride by Jane Feather
Scholarly Olivia is one of three friends who have vowed never to marry.
Little did she know that she would end up on the high seas, in the arms
of a pirate.

Cupid and Diana by Christina Bartolomeo
Three Catholic sisters - all very different - find love in happiness in
very different ways.

All of these titles are available from the Central Rappahannock Regional
Library. You may put any or all of them on hold by calling your nearest

Meg Raymond
Reference Librarian