Limonene is miscible with all alcohols except methanol, so talking about limonene solubility is incorrect.
Carvone 2,4-Dinitrophenylhydrazone dissolves well in boiling: ethanol or ethyl acetate.
The solubility of compounds depends very much on the energy of interactions in the crystal lattice.
I will give examples of amino acid solubility in water (solubility in g/L at 25, 50 and 100°C, respectively)
L-Phe - 30, 42, 99
DL-Phe - 14, 21, 99 (at 100°C both show the same solubility).
And now let's compare the solubility of three isomeric L-tyrosines at 25°C.
p-, o-, m-: 0.45, 2.0, 5.1 (identical summary formulas, identical functional groups). There is one more polar group in tyrosines than in phenylalanine, and the solubility of all isomeric L-tyrosines in water is much lower than L-Phe.