The Black Sheep and the Princess

The Black Sheep and the Princess

eBook - 2007
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Finn Dalton and two of his friends from Lake Winnimocca summer camp in the Catskills were known as the Unholy Trinity, and bad boys they were. These three outcasts were considered black sheep amongst the wealthy, elite, private - school educated boys camp; but years later they are all grown up and very successful. When they read in the newspaper that the camp is now operated by the daughter of the owner of the camp, a young woman that they recall fondly and lustfully, but who is struggling to keep the camp away from the developers, they decide to step in and give her a hand and hope to be rewarding for her heroism.
Publisher: New York, NY : Kensington Pub., c2007.
ISBN: 9780758226600
0758226608
9780758226594
0758226594
Characteristics: 346 p. ; 21 cm.
Summary: Finn Dalton and two of his friends from Lake Winnimocca summer camp in the Catskills were known as the Unholy Trinity, and bad boys they were. These three outcasts were considered black sheep amongst the wealthy, elite, private - school educated boys camp; but years later they are all grown up and very successful. When they read in the newspaper that the camp is now operated by the daughter of the owner of the camp, a young woman that they recall fondly and lustfully, but who is struggling to keep the camp away from the developers, they decide to step in and give her a hand and hope to be rewarding for her heroism.
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Mar 17, 2013

Enjoyable, intriquing and sweet. It took me about 100 pages to get into the story line, but once there, it flowed well. Book 1 of 3 series

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