Princess Cruises Introduces Kindle Love Stories

Princess and Kindle Love StoriesPrincess Cruises has announced that it has joined forces with Amazon to offer guests three free love stories through its online romance community, Kindle Love Stories

“We strive to provide engaging experiences for our guests and we know they love to read, especially while on vacation, so teaming up with Kindle Love Stories is a perfect match,” said Adrian Fischer, Princess Cruises vice president, entertainment experience. “As part of our newly relaunched Princess Book Club, avid readers will be able participate in exciting onboard events and enjoy great stories inspired by a Princess cruise.”

The short love stories, written by authors Carolyn Brown, Heather Burch and Barbara Longley, were all inspired by their own Princess cruise experiences sailing in the Caribbean.


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The three romance stories inspired by Princess Cruises include: 
- Kiss Me Maybe by Heather Burch 
- To Catch a Bouquet by Carolyn Brown 
- Once Upon a Night at Sea by Barbara Longley

Guests and Kindle users, including those using a Kindle app on any device, can access the free stories, beginning in October, at

Additionally, Brown, Burch and Longley, as well as New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Linda Lael Miller, will be sailing on the five-day Eastern Caribbean cruise scheduled for November 3, 2015, aboard Regal Princess, which departs from Ft. Lauderdale. The authors will participate in meet-and-greets, book club discussions and be offering book signings. Rates for the cruise start at $549 per person.


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