A Royal Christmas Wedding by Rachel Hauck ~ Review

A Royal Christmas Wedding (Royal Wedding #4)Lucie's Review:

It's been five years since Avery Truitt fell in love with Prince Collin, and he cut off all communication, calls, texts, and even unfriending her on facebook.

Avery and her mother come to visit Avery's sister, Susanna, and are invited to the Harvest Ball.

Collin is completely shocked to see Avery at the ball, and when the harvest bell rings, everyone assumes that he is announcing his engagement to Jordan Skye, the woman he has been escorting to all the social events. It has long been a tradition that when there will be a royal wedding on Christmas day that that prince will ring the harvest bell. So as the speculation grows, and as Christmas nears, Collin must make a choice.

I was thrilled to get the opportunity to read the lastest and last book in the Brighton Kingdom Series, I have enjoyed all the previous books in the series, and was utterly delighted to be able to return to Brighton Kingdom, though saddened that it was to be the last time. I loved revisiting other couples like Suzanna and Nathaniel, and enjoying the delightful atmosphere as everyone tries to figure out what the Harvest Bells meant when they tolled at the ball.

I thought that the morning talk show hosts, Madeline and Hyacinth, were delightful as they tried to figure out the bells, amidst friendly and hilarious banter.

I loved the interaction between Collin and Avery as they learn to trust again, in the wake of past hurts. Collin must evaluate what his honor and duty as prince mean to him, as well as what God's will for him is, and if it is the same as what his heart wants.

I love this series set in a kingdom where the ruler still loves and honors God above all things. An engaging, uplifting, romance full of faith, family, and fun just in time for Christmas! You won't want to put this modern fairy tale down!

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