How to Catch a Prince by Rachel Hauck ~ Review

How to Catch a Prince (Royal Wedding, #3)Lucie's Review:

When Nathaniel Stratton finds out that his brother, Stephen, was secretly married five and a half years ago, he sends Stephen to America to make things right.

Corina Del Rey is an heiress, who works for an online newspaper. But being an heiress doesn't mean that her life is easy. Her brother died in Afghanistan, her father is hardly ever home, and her mother refuses to leave the house.

When Stephen shows up with the annulment papers, Corina has one request, more information about her deceased brother.

But when Corina's job sends her to Brighton to cover the premier of a new movie about Brighton, will this turn of events remind Stephen and Corina of why they married in the first place?

Corina and Stephen have each come a long way since their seemingly ill-fated marriage so any years ago, Corina has grown in her faith through the grief and loss in her family. I loved how welcoming Queen Campbell and Princess Susanna were towards Corina. I also really liked Stephen's relationship with his bodyguard, because he does his job well, yet isn't afraid to point things out as they are to Stephen.

Great interaction, and character development throughout the entire story, keeping it interesting and engaging. There were humorous moments, and plenty of fun. I liked that Corina and Stephen had a shared connection of not only their marriage but how her brother was in Afghanistan, and Stephen had served there. One of my favorite things was seeing Susanna and Nathaniel and catching up with them and their lives after happily ever after :) A great fantastical, yet modern romance sure to sweep you off your feet!

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  1. I need to get up on this series! I won the first two last year, but have yet to read them! Definitely need to change that! Thanks for sharing your thoughts! :)

    1. A great series for sure! Thanks for stopping in :)


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