A March Bride by Rachel Hauck ~ Review

A March Bride (A Year of Weddings, #4)

Lucie's Review:

If you've read Ms. Hauck's Once Upon a Prince, you will love this delightful short story that picks up directly after the fairy tale engagement. Susanna Truit, a true southern girl from Georgia, is about to marry King Nathaniel II of Brighton. But things are not as simple as they seem, and their trip down the aisle will be far from easy.

Even you haven't read Once Upon a Prince it won't be hard to find yourself caught up in the adventure, and the characters. While the backstory isn't totally rehashed, the author makes it easy to figure out what has happened and what is going on. The plot and pace kept me reading, and fit the short story format well.

My absolute favorite part was the wedding, it was so romantic! But I'd better not tell you about that!

Overall this was a wonderful book, filled with romance, tension, and drama, and a satisfying resolution. Nathaniel was an honorable hero, and even though he was king he had his priorities in line. And Susanna's pastor was a wise man with plenty of sage advice. I would definitely recommend this fantastic modern fairy tale!

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